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Spokane native Marshall Greene claims seventh win in Bend’s Pole, Pedal, Paddle

Marshall Greene, a Spokane native, had won the annual Pole Pedal Paddle out of Bend, Oregon, plenty of times before, but never like this. Greene held a slight lead in …

Outpeople: Trophy trout hunter wows social media

Idaho Falls native Bryan Glass has a large social media following for his even larger fishing abilities

Steelheader anglers warm up to frigid weather

“Because I’m stupid,” said Dave Morrow, anticipating the question. The angler had no better reason than that for leaving his warm house in Spokane during the recent cold snap. The …

Stubborn skier: Washington man skis each month for 23 years

Danny Miller isn’t the smoothest skier. He bounces up and down on the slopes, popping his head up every so often like a prairie dog in his search for fresh …

Transitions and happenings in the outdoor world in 2016

A list of outdoors transitions that occurred in 2016.

Outpeople: Matt Seaton follows family bloodline into fly fishing industry

“Fishyness” is a gene that just runs in the Seaton family.

Outpeople: Phil Bridgers organizes the great outdoors

Mountain Gear is one Spokane’s oldest and most prominent outdoor sport retailers. While their iconic shop on Ruby St. is a fixture in the minds of most residents, what many …

Outpeople: Couple’s fishing shop marks first anniversary on the fly

A dream is coming true for Dustin Stetson, who is marking the first anniversary with The River Fly Shop he runs on the North Fork Coeur d’Alene River with his …

Outpeople: Dedication to wildlife management shows in Hadley’s growing résumé

Sandpoint hunter and angler Nancy Hadley continues to serve wildlife management at top levels, most recently being named to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s board of directors.

Outpeople: Timing is everything for Eric Ewing

Every year, thousands of Inland Northwest competitors register for various outdoor race venues. Whether it be mountain biking, cross country skiing, adventure racing or triathlons, the timing management for these …

Outpeople: David Uhlenkott’s vocations blend work, play

In the modern 9-5 world where people are battling more than ever for work-life balance, David Uhlenkott, takes a different vocational approach that aims to eliminate the battle altogether.

Outpeople: Abrahamse shares passion for catching and conserving trout

From a lifelong pleasure of trying to outwit fish, Spokane angler Bill Abrahamse also became hooked on conservation. “I was looking for a way to give back, looking at different …

Outpeople: Drumm staffs snow rent district at Mount Spokane Nordic trails

As he has all winter, John Drumm was staffing the

Outpeople: Mark Mills is an advocate for northern pike in the Pacific Northwest

Mark Mills of Spokane may be the best and possibly the most passionate northern pike fisherman in the Northwest. He admits his interest in catching pike borders on an obsession. …

Outpeople: George Bryant nurtures teen skiers in life-long sport

George Bryant was lured into coaching Spokane Nordic’s Junior Racing Team 11 years ago when his two children became interested in competitive cross-country skiing. He’s continued as the team’s head …

Winter runner stays sane on snowshoes

Alyssa Shaw stood out like a rocket among nearly 300 women enjoying an invigorating snowshoe hike at the

Larry Cassidy makes fish, wildlife his business

It was a testament to Larry Cassidy Jr.’s massive legacy of public service to Northwest fish and wildlife that the large crowd applauded before he could even sit down to …