The New West

The past decade has seen mountains of change in the Intermountain West. Once a collection of far-flung semi-cities in and around the Rockies, places like Boise, Idaho, have witnessed a population surge that has given these towns a decidedly metropolitan feel. Ironically, the same people who flocked to these centers west of the Continental Divide to pursue a higher quality of life have found that growth tends to lower the living standard. Rather than retreat to an urban mindset, the …


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