July 10, 2013 in Features, Outdoors, Sports Rich Landers, Spokesman-Review outdoors editor, narrates a slideshow of his early July hike into Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, a gem in the Selkirk Mountains just North of Nelson British Columbia. …
August 30, 2006 in Outdoors On July 21, 2006, the U.S. Forest Service re-opened the climbing trail on Mount St. Helens in southwestern Washington state. In 2004, the volcano had re-awakened from the slumber it …
June 21, 2009 in Idaho, Region on Page A1 NORTHPORT, Wash. – Julie Sowards’ best childhood memories are tied to the Columbia River. Leaning on a cane at the river’s edge, the 52-year-old Northport woman recalled how spring floods … 1
March 28, 2014 Watch thermal imaging of animals crossing the road in a wildlife detection zone. Source: Sloan Security Technologies, Boise.
March 28, 2014 Watch thermal imaging of animals crossing the road in a wildlife detection zone. Source: Sloan Security Technologies, Boise
March 27, 2014 in City Video taken from a witness to an officer-involved shooting in northwest Spokane on March 26, 2014, shows a man leaving a single-story house who is then fired upon several times. …
March 13, 2014 As snow melt flows into the Coeur d’Alene basin, the Post Falls dam spillway is opened, creating a roaring torrent of water.
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