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Leno's World April 25, 2002
The Duke of Gold The Duke of Gold A century ago, miners in Pend Oreille County produced tons of gold and silver — with a ram for a mascot. May 19, 2010
Bluffs Calling June 27, 2007
"A Most Delightful Ride" October 11, 2007
An Alien In the Garden August 05, 2004

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  • 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

    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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  • Scats and Dogs

    What dog noses are teaching us about endangered species.
      Wasser, an endocrinologist, studies animal populations by looking at the hormone levels of selected individuals. One of the best sources of information? Everyday excrement.
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  • The Gathering Place

    Two hundred years ago this summer, white people first settled in Spokane. Things haven't been the same since.
      The time was probably early summer of 1810 when a small group of strangers rode into the Spokane village on the flat point of land at the confluence of the Spokane and Little Spokane rivers.
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