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Wednesday, October 28, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Back to the future: While retro appeals to some RV’ers, others want all the latest gadgets

Some RV enthusiasts prefer to hit the road in a refurbished vintage trailer. They’re cute, simple and nostalgic. Other travelers seek out higher-end, technology-loaded motorcoaches. Many consumers choose something in between. At area RV shows this week and next, a range of options will be on display. They include a retrofitted 1959 Aloha trailer for sale at the Jan. 23-26 Inland Northwest RV Show & Sale. Alongside some $450,000-plus models with more amenities than home, it’s a glimpse into how far RVs have come in 60 years.

Capturing vintage Spokane: Artist finds new focus after wife’s death

Images of Spokane’s past beckon Mike Forster, an artist drawn back to creativity through a lens. It was difficult for Forster to do any art after the death of his wife in 2017, but he recently began Vintage Spokane Photos, taking images of old homes and icons with unusual angles and lighting.

Spokane men recognized for preserving automotive history

For John Clarizio and Jerry Click, their vintage trucks are more than the sum of their parts. They’re an important part of automobile history. And the two Spokane men aren’t the only ones who see their vehicles that way: Clarizio’s 1936 Ford Station Wagon is currently featured in Vintage Trucks magazine, and Click’s 1925 Maxwell will be in an upcoming issue.

More than 1,000 gather for Spokane Good Guys car show

Thousands of vintage automobile enthusiasts filtered through the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center on Saturday to purchase hot rods and show off their vintage car collections at the Goodguys 17th Great Northwest Nationals car show.

Vintage plane crashes in Swiss Alps, killing 20 on board

Determining why a vintage plane crashed in the Swiss Alps will be challenging since the 79-year-old aircraft did not have black boxes and was traveling in an area without frequent radar readings when it plunged into a mountain, killing all 20 of the people on board, investigators said Sunday.

It’s shaping up to be a sweet year for vintners’

While southern Idaho wine producers who lost a majority of their grape crop during the harsh winter are struggling to find enough fruit for this year’s vintage, Lewiston-Clarkston Valley vintners are reaping a bountiful harvest.