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  • In brief: River access limited at Upriver Dam

    Public access to the Spokane River below Upriver Dam has been scaled back because of vandalism, City Utilities staffers say.


  • Fly-fishing film festival has Spokane angle

    The International Fly Fishing Film Festival is coming to Spokane’s Bing Crosby Theater on March 25 to help raise funds for a long-awaited boat access on the upper Spokane River. …


  • Outdoor enthusiasts fight proposed bill that could cut access to Washington waters

    OLYMPIA – Following backlash from state agencies and outdoor enthusiasts, a Benton County lawmaker is shrinking the scope of a bill that could cut access to Washington’s lakes, rivers and …


  • Dam relicensing funding is boon to kayakers at popular Spokane River rapid

    Kayakers are enjoying ritzy new facilities at Trailer Park Wave. A $480,000 access to the Spokane River geared especially for nonmotorized paddlers, floaters and anglers has been completed by Avista …


  • Emphasizing access

    The Spokane Canoe & Kayak Club is reviving a paddling event of fun and competition to help refocus community attention on the importance of recreational access to the Spokane River. …


  • On the right path

    Volunteers have turned eyesores into entries along the Spokane River to help make the region’s signature waterway easier to use. In one popular area, a half-ton of weeds were pulled. …


  • Landers: River access should be natural part of project

    The Spokane River shouldn’t have to speak up for itself. Like a hero who saves the day before 500,000 onlookers, the river ought to naturally have our attention and appreciation.


  • Landers: River access should be natural part of project

    The Spokane River shouldn’t have to speak up for itself. Like a hero who saves the day before 500,000 onlookers, the river ought to naturally have our attention and appreciation.


  • Paddlers want river access at Convention Center

    Apparently no kayakers or rafters were allowed into the main flow of planning for the Spokane Convention Center expansion project. Paddling access to the Spokane River is doubtful under project …


  • Valley planning commission considers river access

    A proposed public access plan for the shores of the Spokane River inside Spokane Valley shows only improvements to current physical access points and does not include any new ones. …


  • CITY, CLUB PITCH IN

    River users may have noticed some changes that were made this week to the area used to access the north shore of the Spokane River next to the Barker Bridge. …


  • Landers: Valley’s new Barker Bridge erodes soil, high hopes

    What do you get nowadays for a $10 million bridge plus the $1 million cost overrun? In the case of the Barker Road Bridge, the public got a new transportation …


  • River lots approved

    A developer has been granted permission by the Spokane Valley Hearing Examiner to place 51 single family homes on a 10.98-acre parcel of land that is part of the Coyote …


  • Shoreline plan gets hearing

    The Spokane Valley City Council and the city’s Planning Commission members spent most of the evening Tuesday listening to a lengthy presentation about progress being made on the city’s Shoreline …


  • Projects could improve river access

    A potential project in Spokane Valley could give boaters improved access to one of the river’s best whitewater patches. Chris Guitdotti, who oversees state land all along the Spokane River …


  • Projects could open river to more users

    A potential project in Spokane Valley could give boaters improved access to one of the river’s best whitewater patches. Chris Guitdotti, who oversees state land all along the Spokane River …