Avista Utilities started drawing down the water level at Lake Spokane (Long Lake Reservoir) on Jan. 6. Operators expect to lower the reservoir up to one foot per day over a two-to three-week period…
Per tradition, our ever-intrepid friends at Northwest Whitewater Association celebrated the Spokane River and the New Year by wearing dry suits and navigating their rafts and kayaks through the frigid Bowl and Pitcher and Devil’s Toenail rapids.
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The Spokesman-Review reports that the Spokane Tribe of Indians has adopted new water quality standards aimed at protecting the health of members who eat a subsistence diet of nearly two pounds of fish daily.