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    What we really lost when Washington state exterminated the Wedge pack of wolves in August
      A wildlife tragedy began in Washington state on Aug. 7, when the state Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that a wolf in the Wedge Pack had killed a calf on a ranch close to Canada. Afterward,
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  • Call of the Wild

      Recently the Bush Administration released a new policy: Artificially raised hatchery salmon may be labeled in the same way as wild, naturally spawning salmon. This improvident policy opens the door for weaker habitat protections and, som
  • Wrangling With Rodeos

      The rodeo season is upon us, and the sport is alive and kicking (literally) in the Inland Northwest. In Cheney, Omak, Lewiston, Worley and elsewhere, you can see ropers, riders, queens and clowns flinging limbs and eating dust in matches
  • Rodeo Reference Guide

      Visit with a rodeo buff and you might find yourself stumped by their specialized words and phrases. Rodeo's jargon is most conspicuous in bull riding. Here's a key to some of that language: Back door: A desperation move a rider makes t
  • Wise-Use Wedges

      If it is rough to be a rancher, miner or logger in the West today, neither is it a picnic to be an environmentalist. Individuals who want to leave the next generation a legacy of clean air and water, of old-growth trees and essential hab
  • Book Review

      The cover of the paperback edition of this book is a kick. As if in birthday glee, a grinning gal in short-sleeve plaid covers her eyes with her hands. Her woozy thought-bubble -- the emblem of nuclear science, an atom with electrons swir
  • Death penalty delusions

      I read John Webster's editorial in The Spokesman-Review on Timothy McVeigh ("Victims can't be ignored this time," June 12, 2001), and as is so often the case with Webster's work, which I have followed for years, the editorial bristled wi
  • High tech hunting

      High technology and the sport of hunting might seem to have little in common. In Pennsylvania, I met an old boy that claimed he'd jumped from a rolling truck, chased down a white-tailed deer and knifed it dead along a logging road. A ste

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    • You also need to look at the Home Schooled children. I know a family that…

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