July 28, 2015
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A passer-by takes in the falls at Riverfront Park in spring 2008 in Spokane. The falls are central to the region’s history.
May 6, 2009 in City, Idaho on Page A1
Water will cascade over the Spokane River’s waterfalls even during the hottest and driest of summers. Avista Utilities and the Sierra Club have worked out an agreement for year-round flows. …
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