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  • Landers: Next-level paddling, making the jump from cruising to serious sport

    Anyone can move a canoe, kayak or stand-up paddleboard over the water, but precious few have savored the joy of paddling efficiently. When you see paddlers zigzagging up the Thorofare …


  • 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. …


  • Out & About: Group working to translate fishing rules into Russian

    OUTDO – A group of anglers is trying to get Spokane River anglers speaking the same language on fishing restrictions to protect struggling native redband trout. The group has worked …


  • Kayakers were ill prepared

    A kayaking group apparently was ill prepared for the lethal combination of near-freezing temperatures, cold water and high winds that took the life of a Gonzaga University honors student April …


  • 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. …


  • Group works to balance Spokane River’s aesthetics, power generation

    What qualities does a good waterfall have? An evaluation team strolled around Riverfront Park on Wednesday morning, listening to the sound of the Spokane River and rating its appearance as …

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