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Photo of paddle boarder courtesy of SUP Rents.

SUP Rents

A few years back, Scott Allen was on a family vacation in San Diego, California, with plans to do some stand up paddleboarding on Mission …

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Cyclists riding alongside a rural road in Colville, Washington.

The “Discovery” of the Obvious: The Road Biking in NE Washington Rocks

My wife and I have enjoyed road cycling around our Colville area for decades. We also enjoy traveling to other regions and hauling our bikes …

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A tribute to Art Manley and Scott Reed by S. Michal Bennett.

Community and Nature Advocates Art Manley and Scott Reed

Do you enjoy picking huckleberries each summer? Splashing in Lake Coeur d’Alene at City Beach? How about hiking Tubbs Hill and taking the leap from …

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NW Outdoors Offering Quality Used Outdoor Gear at New Spokane Store

For those of you with quality used outdoor recreation gear and apparel collecting dust in your garages, you now have an alternative to Craigslist and …

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Benjamin Powell: Documenting the Art of Nature

The buzz, clash, and commotion of Sherman Avenue in downtown Coeur d’Alene created a striking contrast to the tranquility that permeated the unpretentious interior of …

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Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls

Award-winning photographer Paul Bannick will be in Spokane Sunday, February 19, to present a new program featuring video, sound, stories from the field, and several …

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Retired Olympic Athlete Serves Team USA Paralympic Community Well

What do you do when the fire alarm goes off in your several-story building in Rio de Janerio, which is filled with hundreds of Paralympic …

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Your River, Your Aquifer: Protection through Water Reclamation

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, you care about the Spokane River, and if you’re an Inland NW resident, you also care about the area’s valuable …

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The Buffalo Bike Soldiers’ Epic Trek Across the West

Twenty soldiers from the 25th Infantry Regiment rode from Fort Missoula, Montana, to St. Louis, Missouri, in 1897. It took them 41 days to make …

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