Come find out why Buster and his friends on the lower Snake River are endangered.
Month: March 2010
Earth Day opportunities: Volunteers needed
for huge coastal cleanup and April state park cleanup days
Pedals2People is holding an open house at its new Sprague location, and Empyrean Coffee, on April 9.
Ski the NW Rockies is launching a “Get Out! Get Up!” video contest, encouraging skiers and snowboarders to shoot a short video showing their time at the mountain.
433 Teams travel to Spokane for PNQ Volleyball
Economic impacted expected to exceed $4 million for Spokane County
The Commission will discuss recruitment of a new director and will be
working on a transition plan for the agency.
Here’s my favorite line: “Had to trade Mike’s pants for a goat at a nearby Masai village so we could have something to eat tonight.”
A semi truck trailer was crunched there this morning: http://www.krem.com/news/local/Semi-slams-train-bridge-in-Downtown-Spokane-86374182.html If you haven’t heard about the cyclist who was killed there on Monday you can get the details here: http://www.krem.com/home/Bicyclist-identified-in-deadly-downtown-Spokane-accident-86037727.html
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