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  • Hello Bialy

    A rare Jewish delicacy appears in North Idaho.
      baked, New York-style bagels to bring back home to North Idaho. Inevitably, she would wind up apologizing for the onion-y smell coming from her overhead compartment and wafting through the planeâeuro;™s passenger cabin. She just couldnâeuro;™t help it. Bagels had long been a part of her life.
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  • Trees for Peace

      When she first heard that she had won the Nobel Peace Prize, she went out and planted a tree. Then, during her Nobel acceptance speech last December, she invited people everywhere to celebrate with her by planting trees wherever they live.
  • Storm Clouds Over Pend Oreille

      Soon after his arrival in Kalispel Indian territory in 1809, explorer and fur trader David Thompson recognized the intrinsic value of the Lake Pend Oreille watershed. His memoir, The Travels of David Thompson, written in his later years, inc
  • Survival and Revival in Libby

      Nearly five years have passed since the news first broke about Libby, Mont., and the deaths of hundreds of its people due to asbestos poisoning. Sixty years of vermiculite mining was the culprit. The human health emergency sparked a flurry o
  • Water Warriors

      The motivation was pure and simple: All he wanted was a decent drink of water. Bill Martin left the San Francisco Bay Area for a new life in northwest Montana. Burned out from fighting environmental battles to protect California's remaining
  • Night Dumping

      Under the cover of darkness, using a bulldozer, a crew of workers from a silver and copper mine in Troy, Mont., buries dozens of 55-gallon drums of hazardous waste into the mine's tailings impoundment area. The impoundment has no liner to pr
  • & amp;quot;The Blood Remembers & amp;quot;

      SCENE I - August 1877 - As the Nimiipu, or Nez Perce people, cross over Lolo Pass, one of the women begins singing in her native tongue about Jesus and the blood of his salvation. It is a bittersweet song: a farewell to the many relatives le
  • The EPA digs in

      Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on-scene coordinators Paul Peronard and Duc Nguyen oversee the asbestos clean-up and removal activities in Libby. They also consult with the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSD
  • Choking on lies in Libby

      Gayla Benefield still remembers the nightmares she had of endless lines of lifeless, gray-faced men with fear in their eyes. It was 1982, and she was caring for her sick mother, Margaret, who for years had been in and out of the hos
  • A Civil Action II

      The story of Jan Schlichtmann's first lawsuit against W. R. Grace first became a best-selling book and then the John Travolta movie, A Civil Action. The movie tells the story about Schlichtmann's failed prosecution in 1986 of two com

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