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  • White Salmon River not ready for floaters

    The lower White Salmon River is laced with woody debris that “look like shish kebabs facing upstream ready to spear you,” said the rafting guide who recently made the first …


  • Landers: Board will hear challenge to Coyote Rock development

    Every regulator with a clue seems to agree that plans to build up to 30 docks at the Coyote Rock development are a bad idea for the Spokane River. The …


  • Out & About: ‘Paddle, Splash and Play’ set to launch

    OUTDO – A boat-load of fun is awaiting youngsters during a new free event that will let them paddle canoes, whitewater kayaks, sea kayaks, inflatable kayaks and stand up paddle …


  • Little Spokane River a top attraction

    The Little Spokane River Natural Area, managed in north Spokane by Riverside State Park, is one of the region’s top outdoor recreation attractions. Its trails lure scores of dayhikers.


  • Adventure Day offers gear, help for public to try outdoor sports

    The annual Sekani Adventure Day is built around the principle that no child should be left out of outdoor recreation. No adult, either. Especially in the outdoor mecca of the …


  • Out & About: Canoe classic moves from river to lake

    OUTPADDLE – The annual Spokane River Canoe Classic, normally set on its namesake stream, has been moved to Liberty Lake this year because of the dangerously high river flows. The …


  • 2010 Outstanding in their field

    Andrew Graham is goose-calling ace, Alexander Martin canoes across the USA, Kim Thorburn is named Fish & Wildlife volunteer of the year…


  • Outstanding in their field

    Andrew Graham, 15, a freshman at Cheney High School, traveled to Easton, Md., in November and stepped onto the elite stage of waterfowl communication. He honked away most of the …


  • Canoeist paddles, totes across U.S. in long oardeal

    PORTLAND, Maine – An extreme paddler who launched a cross-country canoe trip in Portland, Ore., traveled 3,500 miles through rivers, lakes and other waterways before arriving Friday in Portland, Maine. …


  • Man tossed from canoe found dead

    A man whose body was recovered from the Spokane River shortly before 7 a.m. Thursday after he was tossed from a canoe near Post Falls was identified as Michael W. …


  • A tough sell

    Several families with farms south of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge are upset with a long-term state plan to preserve a corridor of wildlife habitat stretching from Chapman Lake south around …


  • How to survive opening day

    OUTFISH – We have the scoop on the best fishing waters in Idaho, as well as in Washington, where dozens of the Spokane region’s trout lakes will open to fishing …


  • Winchester Wasteway a hot spot for spring paddling

    Camped on a sand dune, our paddling group was rousted by a haunting chorus of coyotes just outside the tent. I was thrilled to be lured out under the sprawl …


  • Paddlers ring in new year on Little Spokane

    Neither rain and snow nor ice and cold can stop diehard paddlers from joining in the Spokane Canoe & Kayak Club’s annual New Year’s Day float down the Little Spokane …


  • Canoe hunter’s six tested rules

    With 35 years of canoe hunting experience under my boat, I have solid list of guidelines learned from my own trial and error and the mishaps of my buddies. Among …


  • Paddling option

    Our hopes were quickly confirmed as we beached our canoes on an island soon after launching on the Missouri River near Fort Benton. We’d removed our lifejackets, readied the dogs …


  • 6 ways to savor the river

    This may be the best summer to get into the flow of the Spokane River. Clubs, groups, businesses and agencies are joining as stewards of the river’s health as well …


  • CRITTER WATCH: Little Spokane River blooms with wildlife

    Paddlers aren’t the only ones checking out the feral iris that was bursting in bloom last week along the Little Spokane River. The ruffed grouse above, photographed from a canoe, …

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