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Maps

Photos, maps and information to help you explore Spokane and the Inland Northwest.

Things To See

Holiday Lights 2016

A list of home displays submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.

Halloween Haunts

A list of spooky places to visit submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.

Farmers Markets

A regional collection information about farmers markets including location and days they’re open.

Public interest

Here’s the Dirt

This map will pinpoint business news, including new construction, some business openings and closures and progress on ongoing projects. | Full archive of ‘The Dirt’ columns here.

Things To See

Holiday Lights 2015

A list of home displays submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.

Holiday Lights 2014

A list of home displays submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.

Public interest

River Rock homes

In 1996, Spokane Valley resident Don Rhodewalt began cataloging homes built of river rock (or cobblestones) in Spokane Valley. Rhodewalt lived in a river rock home at 1105 N. Bowdish Rd. and he was fascinated by the building style, which he’d never seen before. His criteria were simple: the house had to be located in Spokane Valley or nearby communities and a significant part of it had to be built out of river rock; a river rock foundation or rock chimney was not enough. He cataloged the homes on this map - but died before he could finish the project.

Hanford’s nuclear legacy

The U.S. Department of Energy offers free, four-hour bus tours of the Hanford site. The tours discuss Hanford’s role in the top-secret Manhattan project - the race by the United States and its allies during World War II to produce an atomic bomb before the Germans. The tours also discuss the long-running efforts to clean up the 586-square mile site’s radioactive and chemical wastes. Map points are approximate locations of tour stops.

Things To See

Holiday lights 2013

A list of home displays submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.

Holiday Lights 2012

A list of home displays submitted by Spokesman-Review readers.

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