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Five Restaurants To Try on The Westside This Weekend

Head west of the Strip to these restaurants As Las Vegas continues to grow, the western edge of the city stretches closer to the mountains, bringing new communities and businesses to the area. For Las Vegans who would rather dine with...Show More Summary

MWC's Thompson added to Division I basketball committee

Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson has been named to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee for the second time        

Grenfell: 5 Questions About The London Fire That Need To Be Answered

There has already been a mountain of information written about the devastating fire in a West London tower block. But, like the building itself, so much remains shrouded in dark smoke and ash that residents and ordinary citizens are left wondering, what in the world is going on? I’m no conspiracy theorist, but as the […]

Johnston Canyon: An Introduction

After visiting Gap Lake, I returned to Trans-Canada Highway 1; passed the town of Banff; and exited at the Johnston Canyon and Castle Mountain exit to drive leisurely down Alberta Provincial Highway 1A west — which becomes Bow Valley...Show More Summary

Gap Lake — A Good Starting Point

After I rented a car and checked out of the hotel near Calgary International Airport, I drove west on Trans-Canada Highway 1 — watching the Rocky Mountains looming in the distance and creeping closer with every kilometer — to Exit 114, where I took Alberta Provincial Highway 1X north to Alberta Provincial Highway 1A west. Show More Summary

Wyoming's Josh Allen, Boise State's Brett Rypien top MWC players to watch

Here’s a look at some players to keep an eye in the Mountain West Conference who could make an impact this college football season: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming The Buzz: All eyes will be on Allen, who’s earning good preseason buzz after a terrific sophomore season for the Cowboys, one in which he earned...

An alternative hypothesis on the faunal colonization of the Himalayas?

Until now, the fauna of the Himalayas was considered to be an "immigration fauna", with species that have immigrated primarily from neighbouring regions to the west and east since the geological formation of this mountain range. Using...Show More Summary

Wyoming announces Mountain West basketball schedule

The Wyoming men's 2017-18 Mountain West Conference schedule features nine home contests and nine on the road        

Drowning fears up in US West as rivers surge with snowmelt

Massive waterfalls in Yosemite National Park and rivers raging in mountains throughout the western United States are thundering with greater force than they have for years—and proving deadly as warm weather melts the deepest mountain snowpack in recent memory.

The Medicine Bow Range

North of Rocky Mountain National Park, in north-central Colorado, the Front Range splits into the Laramie Range, to the east, and the Medicine Bow Range, to the west. The Laramie Range, modest in elevation, continues northward (eastShow More Summary

WVU economists see monthly gains in state economy

West Virginia University economists say their business index shows improvement in the state's economy for the past nine months. Their Mountain State Business Index, after recording a slight monthly increase … Click to Continue »

Coyote Peterson Braves a Claustrophobic Cave Crawl In Search of a Rare Salamander

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

While on location in West Virginia, adventurer Coyote Peterson of Brave Wilderness and crew braved a perilous mountain trail that led to the mouth a cave. Once inside the cave they crawled through a narrow opening to an interior cavern in search of the very rare and beautiful cave salamander. Show More Summary

Crossing the River No Name

Khost, Afghanistan: One rainy night, in March, 2009, we crossed a muddy field to intercept a group of Taliban who’d come out of the mountains of Pakistan. They were walking west. We were patrolling north to arrive at a point ahead of them, where we’d set up an ambush. Show More Summary

Dear Nora reunited, add East Coast shows

For most of the 2000s, Portland/San Francisco-based musician Katy Davidson led the lo-fi project Dear Nora. She revived the moniker this year to reissue Mountain Rock on Owen Ashworth's Orindal Records and tour the West Coast. Now she's finally coming East... Continue reading…

Why Far Cry 5’s Mountain West extremism enables Ubisoft to criticize America

OPINION: Ubisoft is going to screw up Far Cry 5 — at least as far as my expectations are concerned. But it can only fail because it has made some fascinating and smart choices about where to set the next game in this open-world shooter series. Unlike the previous Far Cry games, which have repeatedly had players traveling […]

West Virginia's Elijah Macon to pursue pro career

West Virginia forward Elijah Macon will pursue a professional basketball career and will not return for his final season with the Mountaineers        

The B-52's Cindy Wilson joined Mountain Goats on "This Year" (watch)

The Mountain Goats kicked off their US tour for 'Goths' last night at Alabama, GA's Termial West, where they brought out Cindy Wilson of The B-52s to sing on "This Year." Continue reading…

West Virginia returns potential Big 12 Player of the Year in Jevon Carter

West Virginia got some great news on Monday as Jevon Carter announced that he will be returning to the Mountaineers for his senior year. “I’m excited about coming back to West Virginia and playing with my teammates for my senior season,” he said. “The entire NBA process was a great experience for me and to […]

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