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Idaho savors its waters as region seeks more hydropower

February 11, 1991

The Pacific Northwest's dawning power shortage is adding new impetus to build more hydroelectric dams in Idaho, while the state bills itself as 'the whitewater capital of the world.'

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Idaho savors its waters as region seeks more hydropower
The Pacific Northwest's dawning power shortage is adding new impetus to build more hydroelectric dams in Idaho, while the state bills itself as 'the whitewater capital of the world.'

Essays

The rural West: a playground for the rich?
A posh development near Santa Fe riles locals.

News

Montana's bison extermination policy to continue
A national animal-rights group failed to convince a federal judge that the state of Montana should stop killing free-roaming Yellowstone National Park bison.
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