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Monday, October 26, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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News >  Travel

New data says many Americans would take ‘Flight to Nowhere’

The “Flight to Nowhere” is becoming a phenomenon. The idea of getting on a plane with no destination, flying for several hours and then returning to the same airport is gaining traction worldwide. In fact, Australia’s Qantas Airlines recently offered such a flight, and it sold out in 10 minutes.

News >  Features

Tap into good memories by organizing your travel photos

Travel photos aren’t just about where we have visited. When it seems like the pandemic has shrunk our world to our living rooms, they reflect what makes travel important, whether that means experiencing far-flung destinations or sharing time with family and friends.
News >  Travel

Crater Lake: Pandemic doesn’t dull beauty of national park

UPDATED: Sun., Aug. 30, 2020

A first glimpse of Crater Lake in Oregon is rather difficult to top. It is dazzlingly blue, almost falsely so. You can see nearly all of it from the many roadside vantage points. And when your eyes scan its surface, no one is tubing. No fishing boats. Not even a kayak.
News >  Family

Cool down safely at these 15 beaches near Spokane

A quick google search doesn’t inspire much confidence that going to the beach is safe during the coronavirus pandemic. But with some indoor entertainment options likened to petri dishes for disease, outdoor recreation could be summer 2020’s saving grace.

New health insurance plans available Nov. 1 through Washington Healthplanfinder

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Fall means the onset of the cold and flu season.