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Gather your treasures

Readers are getting ready for the Antiques Roadshow.

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Don’t miss humidity

Newcomers enjoySpokane’s dry climate after leaving humid Houston.

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Living downtown

Julie Koesel enjoys city living while keeping in touch with her rural roots.

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Art@home

Gloria de los Santos expresses herself with photography, encaustic painting.

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Grass is always greener …

Better topsoil and effective watering can make for greener lawn, says Pat Munts.

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Garden scourge

Pat Munts says this is an especially bad year for powdery mildew.

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Rosy feel

Northland Rosarium south of Spokane offers hundred of varieties of roses.

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Lasting memory

Iris sale benefits camp and honors the life of Jordan Mason.

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Mark your calendars

Check our list of home, garden, farmers’ markets and pet events.

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Let us know what you think. Suggest a story or write us a letter.

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