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Friday, July 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Shawn Vestal: If you think lawn care stinks, Spokane has a program for you

Even if you like your lawn – even if yours is a cool, plush carpet to which you relish devoting unreasonable amounts of time, money and natural resources – it …


Paul Turner: Florida man’s got nothing on Spokane man

You might have encountered “Florida Man” – the internet buzz phrase focusing on the misadventures and criminal antics of various thusly described Sunshine State ne’er do wells.


Tom Soeldner: Spokane River needs our help

We gather at the river: powwows, Pig Out in the Park, concerts, sporting events, even an international exposition. The Spokane River, its waterfalls, and the gorge downriver from Monroe Street …


Cooler weather allows for fall lawn maintenance

Our lawns have benefited from the cooler weather this year and didn’t get stressed out as much as they usually do. That means that this is a good year to …


New bill restricts fertilizers for lawns

OLYMPIA – The Legislature on Friday approved a ban on lawn fertilizers that contain phosphorus. On a 56-37 vote, the House of Representatives sent the governor a bill that restricts …


Quality lawn service companies keep yards looking good

Advertisements for lawn services are everywhere right now. They can vary from the slick card in the mail to a hand-scrawled note on a bulletin board. How do you find …


Quality lawn service companies keep yards looking good

Advertisements for lawn services are everywhere right now. They can vary from the slick card in the mail to a hand-scrawled note on a bulletin board. How do you find …


Quality lawn service companies keep yards looking good

Advertisements for lawn services are everywhere right now. They can vary from the slick card in the mail to a hand-scrawled note on a bulletin board. How do you find …


Our View: Not too early to take stand on lawn controversy

Anti-lawn activists believe that lawns waste precious water, use health-endangering fertilizer and contribute bad chemicals to community rivers, lakes and water sources. Pro-lawn activists argue that lawn alternatives – wildflowers …