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Spawning hope

KETTLE FALLS, Washington – Richard Armstrong knelt on the Columbia River’s rocky shoreline, a feather in his hand, a prayer for salmon in his heart. For thousands of years, his ancestors fished at this site. Perched on platforms above the thundering cascades at Kettle Falls, …

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