Submitted by Jacob Palmer on Wednesday, January 2nd, 1:27 pm
The popular Dirty Dash opened registration today for the 2013 “race” to be held at Riverside State Park on July 13.
Loyalty registration, which runs until Jan. 30, costs only $35. After that the price to sign up steadily rises the closer we get to the event.
“Resolve to make 2013 your dirtiest yet and we guarantee to make that happen for you in one unforgettable morning of feasting on filth, groveling through grime, delighting in dirt, and wallowing in mud rather than self-pity,” a news release from Dirty Dash said.
Submitted by Jacob Palmer on Tuesday, January 1st, 7:07 pm
A large group of pheasants were spotted north of Spokane.
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Submitted by Jacob Palmer on Tuesday, January 1st, 5:47 pm
How did you spend your New Year's Day? Napping away a hangover on the couch, pretending to watch football?
That kind of afternoon sounds foolish to the group of rafters who floated the Spokane River on Tuesday. The Northwest Whitewater Association celebrated the 20th Annual Only Fools Float the River on the First the only way they knew how – by eschewing a day at home and getting onto the water despite the air being only 22 degrees when they launched.
“If you're a boater, you take every chance to get on the water,” Bruce Bernhardt said.
More than 30 people attended the event with more than 20 boats on the water.
“This is more exciting” than watching football, said Pat Keegan before launching.
Here’s this week’s selection of Spokane photos taken by the Instagram community. To start it off, chalk art that still confirms that it is summer in Spokane in case you can’t tell. Some people in the area retreat to the river, some to their cell phones to take pictures of glorious sunsets. Sometimes it's the same sunset taken by different people in different parts of Spokane.
How was your week in the Inland Northwest? A lot of traffic and construction stories are building up in the community. Some schools are getting sidewalks and some neighborhoods really want their traffic calming projects.
Want to participate in next week’s photo gallery? Here’s how: Once a week we go through and select ten photos that we think show off the region in all its glory. To select them, we search the #Spokane tag on Instagram through Storify. Your photo could appear in this weekly slide show.
You don't wake up that morning expecting to cover that story, but you hope to be prepared for anything that could happen.
Thankfully it's Friday though, the start of the weekend for some, which means a new selection of photos showcasing Spokane and all it's beauty and unique visuals. Take the time to share with us how your week was in the comments below.
Once a week we go through and select ten photos that we think show off the region in all its glory. To select them, we search the #Spokane tag on Instagram through Storify. Your photo could appear in this weekly slide show. With the app, Instagram, all you need to do is take a photo, assign a filter and add the #Spokane tag to the photo description. Please take note that these photos are not listed in any particular order.