Items by Julie Titone

Water threat inspires a rare alliance
Two proposed power plants in Post Falls, Idaho, have locals, business leaders and environmentalists coming together to block what could have a detrimental effect on the drinking water for more than 400,000 people in northern Idaho and eastern Washington.
Scoot over, farms - ducks are moving in
In Boundary Creek, Idaho, locals are at odds over the flooding of good farmland to create wetlands for the new Boundary Creek Wildlife Management Area.
Stepping lightly in a sanctuary
At St. Gertrude's Monastery near Cottonwood, Idaho, Sister Carol Ann Wassmuth oversees environmentally sensitive logging.
Idaho may go to court to save salmon
The battle to save the endangered Snake River salmon from extinction heated up this month, as Idaho Gov. Cecil Andrus threatened to sue the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and other federal agencies responsible for salmon recovery plans.
Toxics from Canada pile up in U.S. reservoir
Lake Roosevelt was largely unnoticed until 1986, when the Washington Department of Ecology first studied heavy metals contamination in the lake.
A tough band tries to survive in Idaho
Transplanted woodland caribou stick it out in the Selkirk Mountains.
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