1. 9/24/15 - Dept. of Ecology - Washington's historic drought not over yet: Drought predicted to extend into second year
  2. 8/15/15 - Spokesman.com - Spokane River may have competition for its treated wastewater
  3. 8/6/15 - Spokesman.com - Conservationists ask Spokane-area water users to conserve, protect river
  4. 7/28/15 - Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife - WDFW takes steps to reduce effects of drought at fish hatcheries
  5. 7/23/15 - Spokesman.com - Weather: Hot weather dries up Western U.S. aquifers
  6. 7/21/15 - Department of Ecology - Curtailing irrigation water during a drought
  7. 7/20/15 - Spokesman.com - High temperatures at area lakes a threat to aquatic life
  8. 7/17/15 - Spokesman.com - Low river conditions get people talking
  9. 7/16/15 - Spokesman.com - Washington drought prompts fishing closures, restrictions for about 40 rivers, including Kettle, Spokane
  10. 7/10/15 - Spokesman.com - Toxic algae bloom found in Hayden Lake
  11. 7/10/15 - Spokesman.com - Avista dropping Spokane River flows to minimum 500 cfs
  12. 6/30/15 - Spokesman.com - End of June drought report in a word: bleak
  13. 6/27/15 - Spokesman.com - Drought conditions drive water restrictions
  14. 6/24/15 - Spokesman.com - Region's rivers hit record low flows
  15. 6/21/15 - Spokesman.com - Water management affects every living thing
  16. 6/13/15 - Spokesman.com - California expands water restrictions to those with oldest irrigation rights
  17. 6/9/15 - Spokesman.com - Record-low water season brings early flow cuts at Post Falls Dam
  18. 6/8/15 - Seattletimes.com - The Northwest's snowpack drought: With water cutbacks, farmers risk crop losses
  19. 2/15/15 - Spokesman.com - Snowmelt fills raging Spokane River
  20. 1/31/15 - Spokesman.com - Spokane River's flow model challenged
  21. 1/31/15 - Spokesman.com - Spokane entrepreneurs pave the way to collect rain with porous bricks
  22. 1/28/15 - Spokesman.com - Washington adopts Spokane River water flow rules
  23. 1/4/15 - Spokesman.com - Dam relicensing funding is boon to kayakers at popular Spokane River rapid
  24. 1/4/15 - Spokesman.com - EDITORIAL: Guest opinion: Public can’t afford to subsidize new water projects