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  • Man Dies From Injuries In Dirt Bike Accident

    A 25-year-old man died while racing his motorcycle in west Spokane on Tuesday, sheriff’s deputies said. Edward Burns was racing with three friends on dirt bikes in a wooded area …


  • Bonners Ferry Boy Hurt In Crash

    A 15-year-old Bonners Ferry boy was listed in critical condition Monday night after driving a motorcycle into a pickup, according to the Idaho State Police. Brett L. Farber, who was …


  • Motorcyclist Killed, 3 Hurt

    An Athol man died early Saturday morning when the motorcycle he was riding skidded into a curve on Potlatch Hill Road. Joshua Durr, 22, was riding a 1986 Yamaha motorcycle …


  • Motorcycle Strikes Fence, Killing Rider

    A Deer Park man died after he lost control of his motorcycle and struck a fence post late Wednesday. Patrick C. Crary, 24, was driving his 1988 Yamaha northbound at …


  • Cyclist Breaks Back, Femur In Accident

    A 37-year-old Spokane man was listed in reported satisfactory condition Sunday after breaking his back and femur in a motorcycle accident at 9:13 p.m. Saturday. Dean J. Weatherby was riding …


  • Two Injured When Harley Veers Off Road

    A 55-year-old Canadian man and 22-year-old Bonners Ferry woman were reported in fair condition after a motorcycle crash Sunday night. Robert J. Morrish, Cranbrook, British Columbia, and Celena R. Tompkins …


  • Motorcyclist Killed North Of Spokane

    A 28-year-old motorcyclist died late Sunday after driving off a north Spokane County road into a ditch, authorities said. Michael A. Thomas of Chattaroy died at the scene on Deer …


  • Man Dies In Motorcycle Crash

    A Sterling, Idaho, man died after the motorcycle he was riding left a county road and crashed through a fence. Idaho State Police said the rider, Dan Robinson, 41, was …

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