Greg Newell talks about the Masonic Temple
New owner Greg Newell talks about the appeal of Spokane’s Masonic Temple building, which he and other investors purchased for $1.1 million. Newell wants to transform the building into a …
Mary Verner / rap duet, part 01
Spokane Mayor Mary Verner on how she met and started working with rapper Josh Ogle, aka Gasmasq.
Edgar Steele’s call to his wife
Recording of a call Edgar Steele placed to his wife, Cyndi Steele, while he was being held at the Kootenai County Jail on June 13, 2010. The recording was played … 2
Julia Smith, music thanatologist, plays a song on the harp. Harp and song help ease dying people’s journey from this life.
Wise Words with Jerrelene Williamson
Jerrelene Williamson has depended on prayer, and song, to get her through troubled time. Here, she recites her favorite prayer and then sings one of her favorite hymns. “Singing lifts …
Ian James’s phone call to 911
Ian E. James, 38, made this call to 911 after his girlfriend, Lynea M. Sprung Hambrice, 36, fell 12 stories to her death at the Coeur d’Alene Resort on July …
Edgar Steele’s call to his son
Recording of a phone call Edgar Steele made to his son, Rex Steele, while being held at the Kootenai County Jail on June 13, 2010.
Jay Inslee talks charter schools to WEA
Democratic candidate for governor, Jay Inslee, talks about his opposition to charter schools to the Washington Education Association on May 18, 2012. The group held its annual convention at the …
911 call in Roy Jacobs case - track 3
911 call in Roy Jacobs case, track 3
Tom Perko talks about Haiti
Tom Perko is executive director of Extollo International, a Christian humanitarian organization with a mission to train local populations in the building of structurally sound homes and schools. In this …
The Rustics - Be Here Now
The Rustics — Be Here Now
Short interview with Tyler Lafferty
Spokane entrepreneur Tyler Lafferty talks about his business philosophy.
Mrs. Hamilton’s testimony to CdA School Board
Wise words with Steve Dahlstrom
Steve Dahlstrom, CEO and president of Spokane Teachers Credit Union, says if given the tools, young people can easily learn financial literacy. Here, he gives an example.
Cheryle Hart on insurance billing
Cheryle Hart explains her understanding of why insurance companies wouldn’t reimburse customers for her seminars.
Bob Apple on Zehm case indictments
Spokane City Councilman Bob Apple talks Monday, June 22, 2009, about police Officer Karl Thompson’s indictment in the injuries to Otto Zehm while in police custody in 2006.
“Business Just the Same: The fire of 1910”
(c) 2010 Bill Kostelec. A song inspired by the fires of 1910. Courtesy of Bill Kostelec and The Blue Ribbon Tea Company. | http://theblueribbonteacompany.com/
GU student Todd McCaffray / why camp out?
Gonzaga freshman Todd McCaffray explains to reporter Mike Prager the motivation to camp outside the McCarthey Athletic Center on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009.
Harmony by Sharma Shields
Sharma Shields reads her Summer Story.
Ron Miller, stream watch
Ron Miller, with the National Weather Service, talks Monday, April 13, 2009, about watching stream levels as the weather warms this weekend.