May 2006
High Country News;5/15/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p15
The article presents a letter of the founder of the "High Country News." In this letter the founder recalls the financially bad times faced by the paper in 1970s. He supported the "High Country News" in its efforts to establish a legacy program and named the paper "High Country News," as per his will. The paper continues his work and vision of providing the citizens of the West with the best information possible about the West.


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