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Thursday, October 22, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spokane couple opens Realty One Group Eclipse in the Garland District

While the Spokane real estate market was on an upswing right before the Great Recession, short sales were beginning to sweep the Southwest. Local real estate investors Matt and Jessica Side were faced with a decision: move to Arizona and take advantage of market opportunities there or stay in their hometown.

Reader photos capture essence of summer outdoors

Summer in the Inland Northwest serves up a lot of eye candy for outdoor photographers. Nesting birds and newborn fawns turn a lot of heads. Moose pose like models. Our numerous water bodies are full of features to admire through the lens.

South Carolina couple sues Amazon over eclipse glasses

In court papers filed in federal court this week, Thomas Corey Payne and Kayla Harris of Charleston said they began experiencing the symptoms after viewing the total solar eclipse Aug. 21 using glasses purchased on Amazon.

Collapse at salmon farm renews concerns about fish farming

A net pen holding 305,000 farmed Atlantic salmon collapsed recently, releasing thousands of fish into Puget Sound and renewing concerns that a new proposed salmon-rearing operation could harm wild salmon stock and cause other environmental damage.

Eclipse-assisted tides unleash net pen Atlantic salmon into Bellingham Bay

FISHING -- A week after wild fish activists announced a protest against net-pen fish farming in Puget Sound, the solar eclipse on Monday apparently contributed to whipping up tides that unleashed thousands of 10-pound Atlantic salmon into Bellingham Bay. Tribes, sportsmen and scientists have long...