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  • Analysis: Election results suggest redder future for Spokane County

    There was a point Tuesday night when Spokane-area Democrats gathered to watch the election returns had little to cheer about except the likely passage of a statewide initiative requiring broader …

  • Getting There: Spokane County commissioners skeptical of new ATV law

    All-terrain vehicle enthusiasts are pushing to get more access to local roads, including roads in unincorporated Spokane County. But Spokane County commissioners last week said they are initially reluctant to …

  • Out & About: Chimney Rock climbing routes erased

    OUTCRY – Climbers were humbled this month to find a massive rock fall had wiped out a generation of climbing routes on the east face of Chimney Rock, a landmark …

  • New maps help hunters zero in

    Washington hunters can zero in on boundaries of Washington game management units with a new online map tool developed by Northwest Maps, 10525 E. Sprague Ave., in Spokane Valley. • …

  • Redistricting effort under way

    The special panel assigned to redraw Washington’s congressional and legislative districts will spend much of the summer listening to people around the state tell them where the lines should be. …

  • Out & About

    Even ‘play dams’ are bad for fish OUTLAW – Rock dams built by kids and campers to create swimming areas in streams can be a death trap to migrating fish.



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