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Randy Stapilus is a Northwest journalist and publisher. He has worked for Idaho daily newspapers at Boise, Pocatello, Nampa and Lewiston, and publishes books and monthly aggregators including the Idaho, Oregon and Washington Public Affairs Digest, and the Snake River Basin Adjudication Digest. He lives in Carlton, Oregon, with his wife Linda.
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Randy Stapilus is a writer, publisher, blogger and former newspaper reporter and editor. His specialty over the years has been Northwest politics, and his first book was Paradox Politics (Ridenbaugh Press, 1988). He has followed the Snake Rover Basin Adjudication closely for more than 20 years, and has written extensively on water rights nationally as well. He has since written several books on Idaho history and tourism, for Globe Pequot Press and (with James Weatherby) the Caxton Press. He lives in Carlton, Oregon, with his wife Linda and two large dogs.

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