Joined The Spokesman-Review in 2013. He is the urban issues reporter, covering transportation, housing, development and other issues affecting the city. He also writes the Getting There transportation column and The Dirt, a roundup of construction projects, new businesses and expansions. He previously covered Spokane City Hall.
For 20 or so years, Spokane’s Lindgren Brothers company would make maps of every U.S. state, every national park and many other notable tourist destinations. The company would go on to lead the charge in the national craze for decals.
Five people have lost their jobs at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture as the stand-alone state agency struggles to find its financial footing. Wesley Jessup, the museum’s executive director, said the layoffs were not yet final.
A 97-year-old brick building in Spokane’s University District that still boasts the faded “Pacific Fruit & Produce Co.” on two of its exteriorwalls will reopen later this year as a restaurant, coffee shop and new home to JMK & Associates, a Spokane-based financial company.
A 97-year-old brick building in Spokane’s University District that still boasts the faded “Pacific Fruit & Produce Co.” on two of its exteriror walls will reopen later this year as a restaurant, coffee shop and new home to JMK & Associates, a Spokane-based financial company.
About a dozen air traffic controllers fanned out around the airport between 1 and 5 p.m., handing out pamphlets describing their work and encouraging travelers to call U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, the Republican congresswoman who represents Eastern Washington, and tell her to fund the federal government.
Dr. John Anderson was strolling down Riverside Avenue in downtown Spokane when a man spit on the sidewalk in front of him – a common, if foul, occurrence. It was also an arrestable offense, as the man would soon find out.
Governing magazine this month examined data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, showing that between 2010 and 2017, annual nighttime pedestrian and cyclist deaths climbed 46 percent in the U.S. In 2017 alone, 4,440 pedestrians and 364 cyclists were killed after dark on American streets.
SWX, a local sports broadcaster affiliated with KHQ-TV and The Spokesman-Review, won the rights to air the basketball event. This year marks the first time in 15 years KXLY-TV won’t air the competition.