A small electrical fire was extinguished by stadium workers and an off-duty firefighter at Avista Stadium on Thursday night.
The request doesn’t include refurbishing the rides that once were housed in the old U.S. Pavilion, but to determine if the Parks Department should buy new rides and put them on the north bank of the newly redeveloped park. Opponents said the Park Board was directing staff to resurrect an idea that isn’t financially feasible and had already been decided.
The president of the union representing Spokane’s police brass pushed back Thursday on comments made by Councilman Breean Beggs about a proposal that would allow the city to post some internal affairs and officer-involved shooting investigations online.
The Bemiss Neighborhood Council prides itself on being collaborative. “We work with everybody,” council chair Kathryn Alexander said. “Collaboration is what we do. It’s who we are.”
Bo is a sweet, older male that is needs a calm and loving home.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to several calls from July 2 to July 8 that involved a three-car crash near Valleyway Avenue and Sullivan Road as well as unauthorized burning reports.
Rory Fees always cared for Spokane’s needy cats and dogs when she was alive, and four years after her death her friends are determined to carry her vision forward.
The crash happened in a split second. One minute my husband was driving down North Monroe Street, and in a flash a sedan darted out in front of him from a side street.
In some ways the stretch of recent cooler weather has been great for the gardens. Plants have stayed in bloom a little longer, and with the timely rains, it hasn’t been too hard to keep things watered. That all could change during the hot season.
A tale of King Corn and Queen Alfalfa who were married nearly 105 years ago.
Ninety years of history came crashing down Monday as the heavy bucket of a Rod’s Demolition excavator knocked over the walls of the old Trinity Catholic School and scooped up debris.
If you’re in the Shadle Park area on Thursday evening, you just might hear the rousing sounds of a John Philip Sousa march or the stirring strains of “The Marine’s Hymn.” That’s because Thursday marks the return of the annual summer concert series presented by the Audubon-Downriver and Northwest Neighborhood Councils.
Spokane Valley city officials recently approved design of a signalized intersection at Sullivan Road and Wellesley Avenue to improve safety and handle an anticipated increase in traffic.
The West Valley School District is making a final push this summer to complete secured entries at the only four schools in the district that still don’t have them.
The city had originally intended to use utility dollars to replace the so-called “Blue Bridge” in Riverfront Park, but that replacement was determined not to be needed. Instead, green bond dollars will be used to pay back the park for the $6.6 million construction of the new bridge, which opened earlier this spring.
Miss Grade Edgington, a professor in the University of Washington’s department of journalism, said that newspapers can and should hire women to ease the wartime labor shortage.
A few hundred people gathered to hear an avid sportsman, authors and a tribal representative share their contributions to anthology documenting the conflicted and polluted history of the Spokane River.
The Spokane Park Board will be asked Thursday to set aside $25,000 to study whether the amusement rides that once filled the U.S. Pavilion should return on the park’s north bank after the redevelopment is completed.
So I apologize if I made it sound as if the West was a radio wasteland back in the day.
13-year-old Ashley Garman strolled into 7-Eleven on the South Hill around 2 p.m. with her three friends. They had one mission: get free Slurpees. “I think it’s great but they’re probably not getting any profit,” she said.
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