Month: June 2011

Dirty Dash Update

The Dirty Dash is bringing a sloppy batch of mud, mud, and more mud to Spokane on August 20th at Riverside State Park.  Registration is only $40 but it goes up to $45 after June 26th. www.thedirtydash.com Check out their new video.

Environmental Science Projects Earn Local Students Superior Rating

Thirty-eight students earned superior awards for their environmental science projects at the 14th annual Spokane Youth Environmental Conference, held on May 24, 2011, at Spokane Community College.     Over 170 middle and high school students showcased their environmental science projects during oral presentations or poster sessions. Projects examined environmental science topics chosen by the …

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Tri Rockstars: Local Athletes Stay Grounded In Spokane While Competing Worldwide

Triathletes can seem almost superhuman. The average person often marvels at their ability to swim then bike then run—especially in grueling long races like the Ironman (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, 26.2-mile run). To succeed at such feats, elite triathletes (pros) and devoted age groupers (amateurs) often pour hours daily into training. A two-workout day might …

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