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  • Landers: Value wealthy hunters by what they give, not by what they get

    A year’s worth of fund-raising banquets and silent auctions can be matched in a heartbeat by a single check from a big-bucks beneficiary. Hunters, anglers, nature lovers and the entire …


  • Judge denies injunction in execution case

    BOISE – A federal judge declined Tuesday to issue a preliminary injunction against limits on witness access to Idaho’s executions, finding that while the news media presented “a strong case …


  • River users working with officials to open boat ramps

    It seems “insane” to Andy Dunau to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up the Spokane River without improving recreational access. Dunau is executive director of the Spokane …


  • Shoring up access

    It seems “insane” to Andy Dunau to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up the Spokane River without improving recreational access. Dunau is executive director of the Spokane …


  • Disabled get roads to success

    Disabled hunters can get special privileges to drive through locked gates onto some forest roads that are otherwise closed to public vehicle travel. The first step is to get the …


  • Board Lets Religious Meetings Continue At Elementary

    The Whitepine School Board has decided to allow religious meetings to continue at the local elementary school, despite residents’ fears that the decision could lead to a lawsuit. “You don’t …


  • Wheelchair Ramps Planned For Two Streets

    The sidewalks along two Spokane Valley streets will become more wheelchair-friendly this summer. County engineers plan to cut wheelchair ramps into several sidewalks along McDonald and Bowdish roads next month.


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