Several local high school students have returned from the national Future Business Leaders of America competition in Baltimore where they competed among 12,000 students in nearly 70 categories.
East Valley High School of East Valley School District in Spokane Valley has announced its second semester honor roll for the 2017-18 school year.
Rocky is a special dog that needs a special home.
Raining cats and dogs? Up on the prairie, it’s raining houses. “The population has exploded,” said Five Mile Prairie Council Chair Craig Busch. “Right now, there are probably a hundred houses in the works up here.”
Ever since we moved into our house in the late 1980s, there has been a steady stream of urban wildlife – mostly deer – moving through our backyard on the way toward Browne’s Mountain.
While teaching in northeast India last March, Mark Finney, director of the Spokane office of World Relief, decided to take a weeklong trip to Bangladesh to see a Rohingya refugee camp and find stories to share with Spokane. What he saw was a camp of a million people, nearly five times the size of Spokane’s population, who were fleeing the persecution and systematic killing by Buddhist nationalists and Myanmar’s government.
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Spokane Valley officials are examining options on how to best spend $1.8 million in lodging tax funds toward a future tourism facility.
Having just emerged from the hottest days of the year so far, what better time to think about our upcoming winter weather?
A candidate running for district court judge may be in violation of state judicial conduct rules by advertising possibly misleading information to voters.
Miss Molly Thompson, a Red Cross nurse in France, said that it was absolutely true that the Germans were bombing hospitals.
Spokane Valley firefighters responded to several calls July 9 through Monday involving unauthorized burning, vehicle collisions and a brush fire near Mirabeau Park.
Around here, just who are the usual suspects?
Inland Northwest Bank’s parent company reported improved second quarter results Wednesday, as the company moves closer to a merger with a Montana bank.
People returned to their homes in the Beacon Hill area Wednesday morning after a fast-moving wildfire burned more than 115 acres and forced evacuations.
He spotted her across the room in a history class at North Central High School in 1955, and soon he had his heart set on making history with her. Ron Cauvel smiled, recalling his first sight of his wife, Judy.
Washington’s economy added 4,100 jobs in June, while the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 4.7 percent, unchanged from May.
The pedestrian and bicycle bridge in the east end of downtown is well on its way to its September completion.
Near the end of my father’s life more than 10 years ago, his macular degeneration had gotten so bad that I had to fill out his election ballot for him. At one point, this raised an ethical quandary.
As the Spokane School Board weighs its options for asking voters to approve a new bond measure that would bring high school athletics downtown, Mayor David Condon is making the hard sell by floating the possibility of professional soccer coming to the Lilac City.
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