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Freezing rain has caused multiple school districts on the West Plains to delay the start of the school.
A new program is beginning with the goal of turning people walking their dogs into the eyes and ears of the Spokane Police Department.
It’s a typical girls basketball practice session at East Valley High, which means there are happy sounds filling the gym.
Benny, a white-and-brown male dog, is a “great guy with lots of energy,” a Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service news release says.
So here I am in mid-January doing my version of spring cleaning.
The holidays are over and the reality of winter – what there is of it – is settling in. Cabin fever for gardeners will be setting in soon so here are a few ways to beat the winter gardening blues.
There is still time left for Liberty Lake residents to reserve a raised garden bed in one of two community gardens, but not much time.
In the days of full-service gas stations, you could gas up your car, get your windows washed, your tires checked – and if you were lucky, like George Swan, you might even get a tip on where to meet a pretty girl. It was 1957, and when George, newly returned from a four-year stint in the U.S. Air Force, pulled his ’57 red-and-white Buick in for a fill-up, the attendants at the Coeur d’Alene station would tease him about his lack of a girlfriend.
The wildfires that have choked the summer air with smoke the past few years have caught the attention of the Riverside School District, which is moving forward with a new forest management plan for the 97 acres of trees on the 186-acre school campus on Highway 2 at Deer Park Milan Road.
A group of Spokane Valley residents are working to modify city regulations for duplexes, town homes and cottage developments through a proposed change to city code.
Indulge me while I bring up a topic that has weighed heavily on my mind since the day after Christmas.
Students and parents gathered for the annual STEM Night at Mead High School last week to learn more about what the district is doing in STEM and to hear from Dhruvik Parikh, a Washington native who received the 2018 Young Scientist award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
All 46 defendants in the Wobbly conspiracy trial were found guilty of conspiracy to carry on a campaign of arson and destruction up and down the Pacific coast.
A $30 million lawsuit challenging the way Spokane charges county residents for city water is coming to a utility bill near you.
Three Eastern Washington offices of the Farm Service Agency will reopen Thursday, Friday and Tuesday to assist producers and ranchers with existing loans and tax preparation amid the partial government shutdown, the U.S. Agriculture Department announced Wednesday.
Lottery winner in Spokane County for the week of Jan. 7-11.
House considers whether Washington should designate a state clam.
Several local groups advocating for unity, inclusion and human rights will gather in Spokane this weekend for the Indigenous Peoples Day march, the Woman’s March and to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy.
Spokane Federal Credit Union is offering a nine-month, interest free loan to federal workers affected by the shutdown, the lender announced this week.
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