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Wednesday, June 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Man drowns in Columbia River near Bridgeport

A man drowned while swimming with friends in the Columbia River near Bridgeport sometime late Friday or early Saturday, the Douglas County Sheriff’s office reported.

Stimulus money to help finish Columbia deepening

The Obama administration will spend $26.6 million in economic stimulus money to complete a project to deepen 103 miles of the Columbia River.

River treaty changes floated

The buzz of an electric alarm clock, the sweet heat of the shower, steam rising from a coffee mug. All over the Northwest, people start their day with energy from …

Rufus Woods gets tagged trout

While not on the magnitude of the net-pen escapes from last year, the Colville Tribe is keeping the trout spigot open at Lake Rufus Woods. About 2,000 triploid rainbows averaging …

Columbia spreads wealth

State fisheries biologists say a huge Columbia River spring chinook run should deliver healthy returns of 18,500 salmon to the Wind, Little White Salmon and Klickitat rivers of the Columbia …

Work to tear out Hanford’s K Basin begins

Workers at the nation’s most contaminated nuclear site are removing a leak-prone basin located just 400 yards from the Columbia River.

Anglers think deep at Rufus Woods

Last year’s outrageously good fishing has toned down to simply good fishing for porky rainbows in the Columbia River waters of Lake Rufus Woods. Tens of thousands of trout that …