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Ishah Tuning, 2, runs with her umbrella that looks like an overgrown bumble bee as she crosses Sixth Street in downtown Clarkston on a rainy Thursday afternoon. Ishah was followed closely behind by her mother, Liz Tuning, of Clarkston.

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — In a clearing near the crest of Missionary Ridge, overlooking a striking vista of Chattanooga below, sits a solitary beehive.

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KALISPELL, Mont. — The constant hum of more than a quarter of a million bees and the faint acrid smell of smoke fill the air as Angela Tollers…

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Editor’s Note: This story originally ran May 21, 1980, in the Idahonian, now the Moscow-Pullman Daily News.

The smaller inhabitants of the earth, especially those living in the Pacific Northwest, have been having their own problems coping with the worrisome volcanic ash that has fallen on Latah County the past few days.