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UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 25, 2018, 9:15 p.m.

Trump boasts of America’s might, draws headshakes at UN

President Donald Trump poured scorn on the “ideology of globalism” and heaped praise on his own administration’s achievements Tuesday in a speech to the U.N. General Assembly that drew headshakes …


UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 15, 2018, 9:23 a.m.

Trump cites mental health in shooting, no mention of guns

In what has become a familiar ritual of grief, President Donald Trump planned to address the nation Thursday morning about a deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school, after …


Trump honors King’s legacy in weekly address to nation

President Donald Trump says the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of a colorblind society is the American dream.


Past opinions provide perspective

Looking Back reviews opinions published in The Spokesman-Review during this week in history. Churchill visits U.S., Dec. 28, 1941


Analysis: Trump pivot in speech pleases GOP, but will it last?

Donald Trump finally gave Republicans what they’ve spent months begging him to deliver: a pivot to presidential. The question now is how long it lasts. Days, weeks, months – or …


Corbin Schedules Watercolor Workshop

A watercolor workshop for artists of all levels will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 17, 18 and 19 at the Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh. Wyoming …


‘Passionate Purpose’ Guide To Self-Awareness

There are times when we all need a little encouragement. Reed Daugherity understands. That’s why the Spokane-based consultant has written “Passionate Purpose: Awakening the Inner Fire” (BookPartners, 102 pages, $14.95, …


Nic Putting Out Book Of Alumni Success Stories

North Idaho College graduates are encouraged to send their success stories for inclusion in a new book. The book, still unnamed, is being coordinated by the alumni association. Edited by …


Grants Available For Child Abuse Prevention

Grant applications are available from the Idaho Children’s Trust Fund for public or nonprofit child abuse and neglect prevention programs. The maximum grant is $5,000. Applications are due April 15.


Tci Settlement Sparks Debate Critic Calls Proposal A ‘Sweetheart Deal’ That Benefits Attorneys More Than Consumers

Washington customers of TCI must respond quickly if they want to stop a deal that could deny them millions in refunds, a Washington, D.C., lawyer said Tuesday. Phil Friedman said …


Familyfest Offers Holiday Workshops

FOR THE RECORD (February 3, 1998): Date wrong: The Grants for Artists Projects program application workshop will be from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Spokane Art …


Gold Prospectors Want To Dredge River Commercial Permit Would Allow Five-Year Operation In Red River Spawning Areas South Of Elk City

Small-time gold-diggers are hoping to strike it rich off placer gold in the Red River, a tributary of the South Fork of the Clearwater River. Flecks of gold tend to …


Kiwanis Buys Equipment To Test Babies’ Hearing

Babies born at Kootenai Medical Center will be thoroughly tested for hearing problems starting next month, thanks to a community fund-raising effort. Chuck Whiteley, a Kiwanis Club member, got “all …


Birth Of A Mountain Well, Ski Resort, Actually. Years In The Making, British Columbia’s Sun Peaks Is Up And Running

1. Among the trails at Sun Peaks is the steepest cleared run in British Columbia. Photo by Adam Stein 2. The Village Day Lodge offers a great break from the …


Breezy Going When The Wind’s Blowing Right, This Cruise Ship Turns Off The Engines

1. Wind Spirit cruises the island of Turkey and Greece under full sail. The 439-foot-long vessel is powered by three diesel engines, but when winds are favorable the skipper shuts …


State, Indian Tribes To Talk

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Department wants to meet with representatives of the state’s 30 Indian tribes, including the Nez Perce Tribe, this month to discuss hunting issues. The Thursday …


Read This

Don’t miss the Jan. 26 and Feb. 2 Our Generation sections for the Get Creative writing contest winners. There was so much good stuff, we had to spread it out …


Leadership Spokane Will Have Forum

Leadership Spokane’s third annual Leadership Forum takes place Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Ridpath Hotel. Everyone is invited. This year’s forum will feature Dr. Leland R. …


Warm Hearts, Wet Noses Prospective Parents Line Up To Love Rescued Huskies

1. Dogs in demand. Michael Chiesa, 10, climbed into a cage with 15-week-old Siberian husky Shy Anne on Saturday afternoon at Petsmart in the Valley. Photos by Dan Pelle/The Spokesman-Review …


Road Names Stir Up Dust

Kootenai County planners Chuck Finan, left, and Rand Wichman have tackled the chore of finding names for the county’s unnamed streets and roads. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


Booklet Offers Tips On How To Care For Trees

The National Arbor Day Foundation has published a new booklet - Conservation Trees - available for free. The booklet includes descriptions of conservation trees as well as tips for using …


Hunker Down And Dream On

If you had your druthers, where would you rather be today - stuck in traffic, fighting crowds or curled up in a warm blanket with a cup of hot whatever, …


In The Holiday Swing With Christmas Just Around The Corner, Dave Barry Offers A Few Ideas From His Holiday Gift Guide

1. With a price tag of just $7.97, high-tech space blankets make a terrific gift. 2. Potty Golf comes with a putter, two balls and a putting green, which help …


Another Treat Every Month

Waiting for his food of the month.


Books Packed With Tips

New books on bird watching, fly fishing, Alaska, fly casting and handguns are now available at book stores. Here are a few of the most informative and helpful published the …


Food Bank Bustle Donations At Crucial Time Are ‘Just So Overwhelming’

Holiday cornucopia. Nancy Walker unloads a cart of donated baked goods at the Post Falls Food Bank. Volunteers have been busy putting together Thanksgiving baskets. Photo by Liz Kishimoto/The Spokesman-Review


Injured Couple On Internet Site

An Internet site has been set up to keep family and friends across the country informed about the progress of Spokane residents Don and Irma Wilson. The couple was severely …


Reporter, Veteran Opposites But Still Alike In At Least One Way

(photo of book cover of “Lasting Valor”)


Decorated Trees Offer Theme For Holiday Fund-Raisers

Spokane abounds with holiday cheer as hundreds of volunteers are busy lavishing gifts, gourmet foods and vacation packages under dozens of theme trees in preparation for two upcoming holiday fund-raisers. …


Better Business Bureau Caseload Boomed In 1996

The Better Business Bureau last year helped 1.8 million U.S. consumers resolve complaints, which were up 21 percent over 1995, according to a new report by the Council of Better …