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  • Soaring Again
  • Soaring Again

    How the MAC brought the condor back to life
      When Scottish naturalist David Douglas arrived in the Northwest in 1825, one of the first creatures he searched for was the bird we now call the California condor.
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  • A Death in the Rain
  • A Death in the Rain

    How Isaac Stevens, Washington Territory’s first governor, died 150 years ago this week
      In April 1861, as Stevens returned to the Territory for a new round of political wars, a much larger conflict exploded into reality at Fort Sumter, South Carolina.
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  • In the Crosshairs
  • In the Crosshairs

    Caught in the middle of Fairchild, a proposed casino and a fight for water, Airway Heights searches for a vision.
  • Life During Wartime
  • Life During Wartime

    Although landlocked, Spokane was a major port during World War II.
      Although landlocked, Spokane was a major port during World War II.
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  • High Water Marks
  • High Water Marks

    How the Inland Northwest was shaped by Earth's greatest floods.
  • Sapatq’ayn What?
  • Sapatq’ayn What?

    Food, family and horses - all to be discussed at the Native American Film Festival.
      Food, family and horses - all to be discussed at the Native American Film Festival.
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  • On the Horizon
  • On the Horizon

    Opponents of a new casino in Airway Heights emerge. Plus, a state Supreme Court judge and April’s ballot.
      Opponents of a new casino in Airway Heights emerge. Plus, a state Supreme Court judge and April’s ballot.
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  • Through the Ages
  • Through the Ages

    Summoning the old dances at last weekend's tribal friendship dance.
      Bells on leather straps around ankles. Metal trinkets hung from dresses and pant legs. On one man’s outfit, bullet shells in place of bells. The metallic melodies heat up — clink clink clink — as the dancers’ feet begin to step and stomp.
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  • Political Animalism
  • Political Animalism

    How politics of the past make modern mud-slinging look downright demure.
      the presidential campaign grinding onward, it’s common to hear pundits and politicians slip into hyperbole about the state of political discourse today. Shaking their heads gravely, they complain that it’s never been as partisan, as divisive, as unethical or extreme.
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  • A History of Protest
  • A History of Protest

    More than 40 years after he helped found the American Indian Movement, Clyde Bellecourt's mission continues.
      Clyde Bellecourt saw that for himself. Bellecourt, 75, helped form the American Indian Movement in Minneapolis in July of 1968. This week, heâeuro;™s making a string of appearances around Spokane and Coeur dâeuro;™Alene to talk about those days when Indians began fighting for respect, only to wind up fighting FBI director J.
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  • Scribe of the G-Men
  • Scribe of the G-Men

    A historian for the FBI weighs in on J. Edgar Hoover, Clint Eastwood and Silence of the Lambs
      John Fox, Jr. has an intriguing gig. As the official historian for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, he navigates the multiple perceptions of the storied and infamous Federal Bureau of Investigation..
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  • Joining Spirits
  • Joining Spirits

    Tribe creates a home for an exhibit that explores the arrival of Jesuits to Coeur d’Alene country.
      On a recent fall morning in a climate-controlled, windowless room, a shoulder-high wooden crate was being carefully opened to reveal four long, covered boxes. The box lids were gently lifted one-by-one to reveal, nested inside, a family of dolls, hand-made by Coeur d’Alene tribal artisans, that have been at the Smithsonian for more than a century.
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