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Paul Brockbank looks down the barrel of a twenty-gauge shotgun in Cabela's Gun Library. The Gun Library features approximately 250 collectable and valuable new and used firearms for sale.   The store, in Lehi, Utah, is similar to the one proposed for Post Falls, near the Idaho-Washington border.   (Christopher Onstott / The Spokesman-Review)

Idaho economy big on guns 

FIREARMS -- Guns and shooting are like bread and butter to Idaho's economy, according to a survey. Idaho, Montana ranked in Top 5 for being gun-industry dependent A study done by the financial website, WalletHub.com examined states on a number of gun-related factors, including firearms...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2015

Vandals in a four-wheel drive vehicle tore up a meadow during the April 18-19 weekend in the Colville National Forest. The meadow had been extensively rehabilitated from previous motorized mudding activity several years earlier. Forest Service officers are investigating the vandalism to the meadow located northeast of Colville on the Longshot Mine Road off of the South Fork of Mill Creek Road.  (U.S. Forest Service)

Mudders foul Colville NF meadow -- again 

PUBLIC LANDS -- Some knuckle-dragging knucklehead in a four-wheel-drive vehicle left his mark in a Colville National Forest meadow this month. The meadow had been torn up by "mudding" enthusiasts in a few years ago. The Forest Service has worked to restore the meadow with...

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MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2015

Mountain biker Steve Weinberger follows the trail markers on a single-track section through a basalt-lined canyon on the Odessa-Pacific Lake Trail near Odessa, Wash. Bobs Lakes in the bottom have been mostly dry for years. (Rich Landers)

Scablands trails bloom for explorers in March

TRAILS -- Trails through the sage-steppe scablands of Eastern Washington are among the first to welcome hikers and mountain bikers in March. Sunday was a perfect day to bike the single-track and double track through along the basalt-rimmed canyon and blooming buttercups of the Odessa-Pacific...

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