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Thursday, October 29, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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On Tap: Sandpoint boasts thriving craft beer scene

Once a hub of railroads and logging, Sandpoint seems to have embraced its current identity, and you don’t have to look far to find antique stores, art galleries and boutique shops. But among these trappings of a vacation destination, you will find something unexpected – a truly thriving craft beer scene.

Riders from Sandpoint focus on autism

For the past 12 years, David and Lisa Barth, of Sandpoint, have cocooned around their small family, maxed out with the day-to-day challenge and joy of raising an autistic son. But now they’ve been inspired to use their experience to raise awareness about autism in this region. A connection with a group of Sandpoint bicyclists taking on one of the country’s biggest endurance challenges in the name of autism has provided that opportunity.

New paintball club opens in north Spokane

The area’s paintball crowd should be pumped over the recent opening of Spokane Paintball Club in a remodeled building on the city’s North Side. The business opened this month in a former warehouse at 732 N. Madelia St., between Trent and Mission avenues.