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  • Coeur d’Alene Tribe carves canoe from ancient cedar log

    The Coeur d’Alene Tribe is carving a canoe out of an ancient cedar log. Tribal members will paddle it down the Spokane and Columbia rivers this summer for a rendezvous …


  • Carver will build full-sized canoe from spruce trunks for charity

    The Salvation Army created quite a log jam on North Division Street and Nora Avenue on May 23. That’s when Trans-System delivered two Idaho-grown white spruce trunks for the Salvation …


  • G-Prep wrestlers build, raffle off cedar canoe

    Gonzaga Prep wrestlers are pinning their annual fundraising goals on a 17-foot, cedar-strip canoe they built with their own hands. “We started during summer and we’re just doing the hand-caned …


  • 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 …

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