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Monday, May 20, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Outdoors ripe for a memorable holiday weekend outing

The stage is set for recreationists heading out to flex their muscles, launch their boats and pitch their tents for the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Some people may be packing …

Blizzard of beargrass brightens mountain slopes

Reports are coming in from Mount Spokane to Glacier National Park and beyond of beargrass blooming in such profusion the patches resemble banks of snow. The name of the lanky …

County adds acreage to protected space

Spokane County parks officials closed deals Friday to acquire 269 acres in the Glenrose area to be protected open space. Two adjoining parcels were purchased with $473,500 from the Spokane …

Hikers don’t need to travel far for trails dazzling with wildflowers

Hikers are in the same boat with gardeners this spring. We’ve all had to be patient a little longer than normal for the bloom to begin, but the wait is …

Wildflowers seal the deal: Spring has sprung

Tubbs Hill Natural Area is known for jaw-dropping vistas of steep cliffs, sparkling waves and views of the Coeur d’Alene skyline typically only enjoyed by those with a boat. Hill …