"Lake Chatcolet, with its golden growth of wild rice within Camp Heyburn State Park, served as the setting for a pleasant and informative outdoor educational experience yesterday," writes Marianne Love/Slight Detour. "My sister Laurie and her colleague Lisa took their fifth graders from Farmin-Stidwell Elementary in search of water potatoes and on a quest for several other aspects of culture within the Coeur d'Alene Indian Tribe." More here.
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- More 'War Bonds' reviews/War Bonds
- First Take: Canada/Randy Stapilus, RP
- We survived the meltdown/Grip on Sports
- Does anyone dance any more?/Simple Mind
- Labrador, at length, to no useful end/Fort Boise
- Walter's story in 'Best American' debuted in 2013/7 Blog
- Deers thrive near nature, near downtown Spokane/Outdoors
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