It’s happened again. Time has trickled away like the oil in most of the vintage cars I’ve owned. We are now less than a month away from the 14th annual …
Remember the Post Falls-made Leata Cabalero? Columnist Doug Clark found one and he says it’s as ugly as feared.
Doug Clark: Part of me was excited just to hear the maverick billionaire dealmaker while the other part of me was like a hockey fan: You know, just there for …
On the second day of June in 2011, a young man named Walid Al-Soneidar huddled inside his home in the Yemen city of Sanaa as bombs fell and bullets flew. …
It’s not every day someone invites you to go shopping for a silencer for his fancy new handgun. Sometimes my job is just like a field trip.
Eric Edelstein - aka “Big Ed” - followed his dreams from Gonzaga University to Hollywood.
Doug Clark: Just when it looked like the long-awaited north/south freeway would actually be finished, the Hillyard Doom Plume surfaces.
Another exciting Spokane yard sale season is upon us and, once again, thousands of hopeful sellers will discover that striking it rich is harder than prying Jodi Foster out of …
Another write-up of the “worst automobile in America,” brings back 1970s memories of the made-in-Post Falls Leata Cabalero.
Doug Clark makes a bet with his old pal Jeff Kramer on the Zags-Syracuse outcome.
Doug Clark shares some of his recent reader interactions
Prolific burglar Fred “Strollin’” Nolan should be kept behind bars. This time for good.
We don’t need Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart’s plan to move money around for the arts; join me in donating your treasured works of art to the city.
Doug Clark applies for a concealed pistol permit.
Ever since the marmot trappers decided to settle along this this wide spot next to a river, Spokane has suffered from an inferiority complex of not being as cool as …
Spokane made the list of America’s “coziest cities.” That applies to our politics, at least.
Keyboard Cat shares the spotlight with two Instagram faves: Hamilton Pug and Toast, a spaniel with a dangling boa-sized tongue in a new PSA to boost pet adoptions.
Having never worked on Wall Street, I never learned the subtleties of bribing politicians. But sometimes you have to put your uncertainties aside for the good of the many. So …
You didn’t know the Seahawks dreamy leader and Pro Bowl MVP had his own line of gluten? Me neither.
Out-of-the-box students like Michael Ferguson are destined for big things. And when that comes, they tell their personal sagas to the world. How embarrassing for Cheney High School.
Doug Clark takes on the big issues facing the Spokane Police Department.
The gleaming walnut piano was the centerpiece of my mother Carol’s living room and, until her death last April at age 92, one of the big joys of her long …
Doug doesn’t know if he’d be able to buy Buick’s new prototype car, the Avista, if it ever goes into production.
Doug Clark goes from being a Powerball nonbeliever to a disciple in four easy steps.
Come to think of it, maybe letting Ozzie lead our cop shop isn’t so nutty after all.
This sawdust-filled workshop would never be confused with Santa’s headquarters for several obvious reasons. Too far south. Not enough elves.
With City Hall mired in police and political scandal, Doug Clark is ready to help by graciously accepting the $90,000 PR job being advertised at the parks department.
There are heroes like the utility linemen who labored in freezing temperatures to get our power back on. Then there are those whose good works are mostly unacknowledged.
This is a fine way for Spokane’s first two-term mayor in forever to start.
Portrait of a thankful man. Eighty-year-old Bill Church sits in a straight-backed chair parked close to the flickering gold glow of his gas fireplace, the only source of heat in …