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by Tom Williams, Wenatchee World

NO EASY SOLUTION: In the summer of 1999, volunteer Bill Wallien pulls a plastic lining tight in the 96-year-old Skyline Canal near Winthrop, Washington. By the following spring, the lining had ripped apart, becoming useless.

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