Feeling in her nose, freedom to
Dragonflies seem to be everywhere this spring.
Deb Halstead fairly bubbled with energy, even if it was nearly the last day of school. She beamed as she spoke to children, congratulating them on advancing to the next grade.
Mention Lincoln Heights to a Spokane resident and the first thought will be about the shopping center, but the surrounding neighborhood is as diverse as any in the city.
They grew up together. They dated in high school and sat next to each other at graduation. But it would take 40 years for Edie and Ralph Speer to finally wed.
Michael Duley, fourth-grade teacher at Madison Elementary School in north Spokane, has retired after 37 years in teaching.
Mead High School drama teacher retires after a 35-year teaching career.
North Pines Middle School community reminisces and bids farewell to the old school building before its scheduled demolition.
An event that falls somewhere between the 2016 Oregon standoff and the movie “Matrix” kicks off Thursday at the Spokane Convention Center with the premier of a movie honoring slain rancher LaVoy Finicum.
Spokane Summer Parkways, Spokane’s largest block party, will shut down 4 miles of streets on the South Hill today from 6 to 9 p.m.
Spokane Valley officials approved a change to city code that allows developers to build hotels in industrial zones.
Spokane Valley officials are considering a plan to implement radar speed signs and truck restrictions on a segment of 22nd Avenue near the site of a proposed single family development.
On the second to last day of school, kindergarten teacher Melissa Cote sat in her nearly empty classroom at Sheridan Elementary School and took stock of her 35-year career in education. She will not be coming back in the fall.
When summer officially begins at 3:07 a.m. Thursday, temperatures will be warm, but not at the heatwave-level predicted until just a few days ago. Originally, a high-pressure system was expected to bring clear skies and push temperatures into the 80s and 90s throughout much of the state. Now there’s a chance of showers and thunderstorms, with temperatures running 5-10 degrees cooler than anticipated.
Longtime West Valley School District’s Candace Jordan retires after a 32-year teaching career.
A Canadian company that wants to build a controversial silicon smelter near Newport says it’s ready to start the environmental review process. Meanwhile, citizens groups have challenge the sale of public land for the smelter site, and the Kalispel Tribe is questioning $300,000 in state money awarded to the company.
The Spokane Daily Chronicle highlighted the two contrasting attitudes of “German alien” women who registered at the Spokane police station.
Early this morning the sun passed over the Tropic of Cancer, the northern limit of its yearlong path. The result is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year for anyone living in the northern hemisphere.
The Na-ha-shnee Health Sciences Institute, a fusion of summer camp and in-depth health education for Native American high school students, is underway this week.
There used to be two kinds of families.