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  • Paddling Lake Missoula

    Where the road dead-ends, a man and boy are casting lines. “Any luck?” I ask, my elbow out the car window as if to test the breeze. The creek is …


  • Guest Column: ‘Shooters’ spoiling the sport of hunting

    Hunting got some scrutiny in this newspaper at last. Washington State has lost more than 16,000 hunters in the last five years, Thomas Clouse noted. On the same page, Rich …


  • Book Notes: Sherman, Shields, Lindholt featured at Beacon Hill

    Three Spokane writers will featured during the annual Beacon Hill Reading Series on Tuesday: Diane Sherman, author of the poetry collection “Walkabout” (2011), Sharma Shields, author of the short story …


  • Book Notes: Lindholdt earns rare book award

    Paul Lindholdt has done what relatively few East Side writers have done. He’s won a Washington State Book Award. Lindholdt, an English professor at Eastern Washington University, won in the …


  • Book Notes: Big events planned for O’Brien book

    Spokane’s Big Read is in full swing, with events ranging from theatrical adaptations of Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried” to Vietnam-themed film screenings to various veteran-oriented discussions. I can’t …


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