The towns of Inchelium and Hunters, two communities divided not by ideas but by a small ferry crossing across Lake Roosevelt, are even farther apart now the Bonneville Power Administration has drawn down the lake, leaving the Gifford Ferry and everyone who depends on it high and dry. KXLY4's Ian Cull reports.
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