Dean Jacobson is a marine biologist, and artist focused on coral reefs.

Spokane man spotlights demise of coral reefs

A marine scientist is scheduled to give a Spokane presentation about coral reefs that’s likely to be colorful in more than one way. Dr. Dean Jacobson, who taught at Whitworth University in the 1990s before leaving with his canoe and dive gear to the Marshall …

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Idaho wolf survey reveals thriving breeding numbers 28 

BOISE – Although fewer than half of Idaho’s wolf packs have been surveyed this winter, state wildlife officials already have documented the number of breeding pairs exceeds federal requirements. Jim Hayden, Idaho Fish and Game’s head wolf biologist, said teams have surveyed 30 of the …

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Weather: Pacific storm likely to bring rain

Light amounts of snow are possible across the region at all elevations today, but a mild storm off the Pacific is going to bring rising snow levels as the weekend approaches. National Weather Service forecasters said today’s weather system is moving into a strong ridge …

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