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Elk near Fairfield being chased by dog

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Wolves and cougars aren't the only critters posing a threat to the region's elk herds. Tom and Jane Smith of Spokane Valley were driving southbound on Highway 27 toward Fairfield Tueday around 1 p.m. when Tom reports, "I saw the largest herd...

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Scout, Rich Landers' English setter, nails a point on chukars high above the fog socked into the Snake River Valley. The chukar hunting season ends on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. (Rich Landers)

Best things about hunting dogs revisited

BIRD DOGGING -- A Facebook friend recently sent me several poignant quotations regarding dogs, which made me think fondly back over the German shorthairs, Brittanys and English setters I've been privileged to own, know, love and hunt. But honestly, I couldn't help but make a...

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Rebel, a 7-month-old bluetick coonhound, gets foot therapy from one of the Crooks family dogs after being safely returned home to Nine Mile Falls. Rebel was rescued by students from the Curlew Job Corps Center after spending two nights lost in the Kettle Range. (Mariann Crooks)

Photos show rescued dog getting TLC

SEARCH AND RESCUE -- Readers following the story of the lost dog rescued high in the Kettle Range yesterday will enjoy these followup photos. The pix, just sent to me by Mariann Crooks, show Rebel, a 7-month-old bluetick coonhound, still wiped out from the two...

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Students at the Curlew Job Corps Center rescue Rebel, a young bluetick coonhound, on Jan. 24, 2011, after the dog had been lost for two nights near Sherman Pass east of Republic, Wash. The owners had lost the 7-month old male while snowshoeing to Columbia Mountain on Jan. 22. (im Beckwith)

Dog rescuers went the extra mile 

WINTER SPORTS -- Today's story about students rescuing a snowshoer's bluetick coonhound lost in the Kettle Range for two nights offers a life lesson to all of us. Helping other people can be remarkably easy and productive if we just make the effort to try....

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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories and columns for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including Outdoors feature sections on Sunday and Thursday.




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