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A volunteer works with rafters to collect trash on Sept. 17, 2016, during the annual Spokane River Clean-up and Upriver Scrub. (Spokane River Forum)

Spokane River Clean-up nets tons of trash

RIVERS – Despite a cool, rainy day, 692 volunteers turned out for the annual Spokane River Clean-up on Sept. 17, the Lands Council reports. Crews were dispatched to the river in Spokane Valley, the University District, the downtown river gorge area, High Bridge Park, People's...

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 2016

Long Lake Dam on the Spokane River west of Spokane creates Lake Spokane.
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Lake Spokane drawdown begins this weekend

RESERVOIRS -- A drawdown of Lake Spokane will begin on Saturday, Oct. 1, in connection with construction for upgrading the spillway on Long Lake Dam to reduce dissolved oxygen that can harm downstream fish. The Spokane River reservoir will be gradually lowered about 3 feet,...

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