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  • Coal Trains Coming
  • Coal Trains Coming

    The Environmental Protection Agency weighs in on coal dust. Plus, a peace protest turns into pandemonium in Colville.
      The Environmental Protection Agency weighs in on coal dust. Plus, a peace protest turns into pandemonium in Colville.
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  • Pay Attention to the Context
  • Pay Attention to the Context

    The details of environmentalism can be as important as the big picture.
      In the fall of 2007, Whitworth University’s dining services announced a new innovation: They were going to switch out their Styrofoam “to-go boxes” and plastic silverware for “Spudware” ” boxes and silverware made with potato-based materials.
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  • Records Row
  • Records Row

    Environmentalists want emails. Bonner County commissioners say they're personal.
      The Kootenai Environmental Alliance wants emails from the Bonner County commissioners because it suspects the commission is exploiting fears of the United Nations' Agenda 21 initiative in order to curb environmental protections.
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  • The Bedrock of Idaho
  • The Bedrock of Idaho

    The riches of Silver Valley come at a cost, but there's no shortage of people willing to pay it.
  • In the Bag
  • In the Bag

    Lawmakers in Olympia take aim at the plastic bag.
      Considering this, Washington state lawmakers in both the Senate and House are now considering bans on all plastic grocery and retail bags in favor of reusable bags âeuro;” or recycled paper bags, potentially sold for five cents a piece. If passed, it would be the first statewide plastic-bag ban in the nation.
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  • Work Another Day
  • Work Another Day

    Stevens County breathes a sigh of relief after a mill gets a new lease on life.
      One mill in Arden, Wash., seven miles south of Colville, planned to start laying people off this week and ultimately shutter the facility in early 2012. But suddenly Boise Cascade bought it from Portland-based Stimson Lumber and announced last week that it would keep it running.
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