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  • Spirit of Season

    As the high school basketball season winds down, the annual spirit games crank up for heated competition between schools: University vs. Central Valley, Shadle Park vs. North Central and Lewis …


  • Flag Retirement

    From 2007 video archive: On Flag Day in Pullman, Wash., two generations of men and boys came together to honorably retire about 50 old, torn and weathered American flags. Members …


  • Spokane Guilds’ School

    The Spokane Guilds’ School and Neuromuscular Center provides an educational boost for children who are identified as developmentally delayed between birth and three years old. The state of Washington provides …


  • RiteCare Spokane Gives Children a Voice

    A look back at the best S-R produced videos from 2008: For nearly 20 years, RiteCare Spokane has offered free speech therapy services for Inland Northwest children between the ages …


  • Indians Youth Baseball Clinic

    The Spokane Indians held a youth baseball clinic before their home game July 16, 2008.


  • Studio 137 - The Difference

    “The Difference” was produced by Mr. T’s fifth-grade class at Cooper Elementary and tells the story of students’ effort to help two Burmese families resettle in Spokane. Cover photograph by …


  • Our Kids: Our Business Slideshow 2008

    A photo slideshow showcasing images from this year’s Our Kid:Our Business project.


  • Sexual Assault Unit

    As part of the Our Kids: Our Business campaign, media sponsor KSPS Public Television in Spokane will present a live community forum. Host Steve Becker will lead a panel discussion …


  • Therapy on Horseback

    Three years ago, Diana Clemons opened Harmony Ranch in Rathdrum with the goal of turning it into a therapeutic riding facility. Today, she’s got a handful of gentle horses, and …


  • Keys to a Better Life

    Deborah Kelly-Corn believes her autistic son Shad’s brain development has been enriched from years of piano lessons with music teacher Bill Rhodes.


  • Portland’s Kerr Early Intervention Program

    The Kerr Early Intervention Program is a therapeutic preschool in Portland where teachers work with 3- to 5-year-olds at risk of being kicked out of kindergarten because of emotional or …


  • Portland’s Children Relief Nursery

    The Children’s Relief Nursery in Portland started in a church basement and grew to a stand-alone center offering classes for children birth to age 4 who have social, emotional or …


  • Portland’s after-school mentoring program

    The taxpayer-funded STEP UP program in Portland Public Schools targets 8th and 9th graders who are at risk of dropping out. Groups of kids are paired with adult advocates who …


  • Opening statements from the Clifford Helm vehicular homicide trial

    Deputy Spokane County Prosecutor Clint Francis and defense attorney Carl Oreskovich deliver the opening statements Monday in the vehicular homicide trial of Clifford Helm. He’s charged with killing five children …


  • Our kids: Our business - Behind the project

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  • Holmes Elementary Music Program

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  • Stupid Questions 2

    What do you like best about your school, Madison Elementary?


  • Stevens Elementary

    Stevens Elementary students were evacuated for a short time Thursday morning when fumes were smelled in the building. It turned out they were from a product used to clean paint …


  • Car crashes into closed Children’s Center

    A Spokane County Sheriff’s Office chase of a driver in a stolen car ended Thursday morning when the Toyota Camry crashed into the Community Building’s Children’s Center in downtown Spokane. …


  • Naming juveniles policy

    A discussion at the 10:00 meeting about the newspaper’s policy regarding the naming of juveniles.


  • Children found safe

    An Amber Alert for three Spokane children was cancelled early this morning after they were found at an East Sprague women’s shelter. Spokane Police Officer Brian Eckersley explains what happened.


  • Soccer clinic coaches wow players

    About 450 youth soccer players took part in the River City Soccer Clinic held this week at Plantes Ferry Park in the Spokane Valley. The clinic featured instruction from four …


  • Fire burns northeast Spokane home

    A Tuesday morning fire extensively damaged a northeast Spokane home, but the three people inside made it to safety when one of them, a 10-year-old boy, warned the others of …


  • Camp Chmepa

    Every one of the nearly 60 children at Camp Chmepa (je-me-pah) has a similar story. Some lost a parent to cancer. One little boy’s mom died in a car crash. …


  • Harry Potter in Spokane

    Harry Potter and his friends turned up in Spokane last night. Check out their greeting.


  • 2007 Canoe Classic

    Families celebrate Father’s Day with a canoe and kayak race.


  • Seat belts and the law

    Spokane Police Officer John Gately discusses new child passenger safety laws.


  • Bob Ricks: The escape

    After years of abuse as a child, Bob Ricks has moved on to become a graduate student and foster parent. Closure is another matter.


  • Bob Ricks: The list

    After years of abuse as a child, Bob Ricks has moved on to become a graduate student and foster parent. Closure is another matter.


  • Bob Ricks: Advice

    After years of abuse as a child, Bob Ricks has moved on to become a graduate student and foster parent. Closure is another matter.

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