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On the Board Again: When Tragedy Strikes, Keep Riding

By Dig Chrismer There’s a good chance if you spend any time in the village at Schweitzer you’ll run into Mark and Colleen White. These two unofficial Schweitzer greeters are hard to miss with their welcoming smiles, infectious laughter, and endearing Texas drawls. Spending time with them on the mountain is delightful in any season. …

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Photo of Thai Bone Broth from above.

Ammi Midstokke: Grow Yourself a New Limb–Nutritional Rehabilitation for Injuries

There are many species that will actually grow a new limb when one has been lost in some kind of wildlife duel. Unfortunately, humans are not one of them and despite lacking this particular super power, we do have a myriad of other rather miraculous regeneration abilities. Some of us can even grow entire humans. …

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Getting Your Ride Ready for Winter Driving

Frosty mornings, cold winds, and snowfall are only a calendar’s page away. Longtime-Spokanites may even recall when it snowed on Halloween years ago. Here are tips for ensuring your drives on mountain roads and urban streets are nothing to fear. Winter Maintenance First, ensure your vehicle’s battery, wiper blades, and fluids are winter-ready. Install winter …

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Avalanche Safety Classes: If You’re Going to Ski or Ride the Backcountry, Be Prepared

Riding season is upon us, including the influx of powder-enticing ski/snowboard movies. As we watch in awe as the pros rip and slash through the scenes, the allure of riding powder in the backcountry becomes ever more present in our own dreams. We think, “Maybe this year I will venture out into the side/backcountry,” to …

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