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Then and Now: Aubrey L. White Parkway

The road through Riverside State Park was named the Aubrey L. White Parkway in 1936 after a bookish young man from New Jersey with a head for business and a love of gardening.

Spokane-area state parks reopen without being overrun by people

Running buddies Debra Trujillo-Gilbert and Mary Stockinger had the Bowl and Pitcher trailhead mostly to themselves when they set out early on the day more than 100 state parks, trails and boating sites across Washington opened for the first time since Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order took effect in late March.

All season cabins coming to Bowl and Pitcher

The cabins will be built at the Riverside State Park campground just six miles from downtown Spokane. Each will be 400-square-feet, overlook the Spokane River and include plumbing and electricity. They’ll have private bathrooms, but no kitchen.

Hikers, bikers feeling the itch along Riverside State Park trails

POISONOUS PLANTS -- Bikers and hikers who feel an itch or find a rash on their ankles or lower legs after exploring Spokane River trails may have brushed against poison ivy. In some areas along the river -- where people swim, fish, hike, bike, raft...

Riverside State Park long-term planning begins with public meetings

OUTINVOLVED – Riverside State Park is inviting the public to “brainstorm” potential changes and updates to the popular Spokane-area gem during long-term planning meetings that begin this week. Two initial planning meetings that will cover the same material will start at 6 p.m. as follows: