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Falling into fall: Where to go to view the area and season’s vibrant colors

Autumn glows in the Inland Northwest. You can thank our region's variety of trees with leaves morphing into vivid hues of yellow, orange and red – typically peaking mid-October. We have another bounty: Plenty of places for families to go on walking or driving tours to view all those fall colors.

Strain of the Month: Red Congolese

The seeds from these tall wispy, narrow-leafed plants were brought from the Congo region and crossed with a top-quality Mexican and landrace Afghani plants.

Sunday in Spokane: Bear Creek, berries, Beck’s and brewery beer float

Last Sunday in Spokane couldn’t have been more splendid. The leisurely day started with a drive to Mount Spokane State Park, my first time, with two friends. The area reminded me of my upbringing in Montana. It was an unexpected and sentimental trip down memory lane.

Big Barn Brewing opens on Green Bluff

The Green Bluff area north of Spokane started as place to go to pick fresh fruit, but in recent years it has evolved into much more than that. In addition to fresh fruit you can also buy farm fresh eggs, drink a fresh-brewed ale and have lunch.

The 7: Where to go and what to do in Green Bluff in October

October is one of the busiest months at Green Bluff. The pastoral community northeast of Spokane, home to dozens of small family farms and artisan food and beverage producers, attracts all sorts of visitors on October weekends because there are so many seasonal activities to do there.

Parting Shot: Strawberry Fields Forever

Strawberries have a short, sweet season in the Inland Northwest, and people line up to get them while the picking is good. Check out all of Kathy Plonka's gorgeous photos in the link below. We tried to grow our own last year, but our harvest was meager.

Man critically injured in Green Bluff crash

A man was critically injured early Wednesday in a one-car crash in Green Bluff. The driver was northbound on Beck Road and did not stop at the T-intersection of Day Mt. Spokane Road and slammed into an embankment just after midnight, the Spokane Coutny Sheriff’s Office reported in a news release.