Looking for a story from a day gone by? Here's where you can start your search.
To browse stories from previous days on this website, you can use the calendar at right to jump straight to any date. Under the "Times" menu at the top of every page, you'll also find quick links to today's news, and each day in the past week.
On pages that list a day's headlines, you'll find breaking news posted throughout the day at the top, and then all stories from the print edition organized by section and page number. If you want to filter down to just stories from our print edition, there's a link right there to let you do so.
The date links above our headline lists can help you browse forward and back. Or you can click on the calendar icon — it looks like this — to jump straight to any day in our web archive. Stories on this site go back to 2004.
Site search, tags and topics
If you don't have a particular date in mind, there's a search box at the upper right of every page. You can use the search box right here, or visit our site search page here.
We also tag our stories with keywords, which means you can find collections related to Gonzaga basketball, the Idaho legislature, and thousands of other topics. Visit our Topics & Tags homepage to explore.
Our news library
If you can't find the information you're seeking — and that's possible because we don't have every story from The Spokesman-Review newspaper online — you have other options:
- Use the form below to search the complete electronic archives of The Spokesman-Review via NewsLibrary, which contains the full, verified text of every story written by our staff writers that ran in every edition of the paper since July 1, 1994. Searching is free; fees apply to download the full text of the article.
- Contact our research department by email at email@example.com or by phone at (509) 459-5576. Our library staff members have access to a complete arsenal of research tools, including the above-mentioned archives, paper "clip files" of editions dating back to the 1920s, and microfilm records dating back to 1881 for the former Spokane Chronicle and dating back to 1883 for The Spokesman-Review and its predecessors.