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Superior Court judge talks about life on, beyond the bench

Spokane County Superior Court Judge Neal Rielly is only three weeks away from hanging up the black robe for good. The 66-year-old court official said he will officially step down …


GU posts dean’s, president’s lists

Area residents have been named to the Gonzaga University’s spring semester dean’s and president’s lists. The students are listed by their hometowns. Cheney: Natale Szabo.


Gonzaga grad student combines studies, Peace Corps

Megan McCann’s love of the Spanish language has given her the chance to earn graduate-degree credits from Gonzaga while serving in the Peace Corps.


Here’s the Dirt: Gonzaga students get new meal option on campus

And the Bulldog shall dine with the Panda. Gonzaga University students will have a new dining choice this fall. Crews were demolishing one-half the interior of Cataldo Hall this week …


Gonzaga has first non-Jesuit president

Thayne McCulloh on Friday was promoted from interim president of Gonzaga University to president, and becomes the first non-Jesuit to lead the school in its history.


Chronic sex offender pleads guilty again

Steven J. Snedden does most of his work in college libraries. Unfortunately, none of his efforts can be characterized as research. The 47-year-old registered sex offender, whose exploits have helped …


GU official honored for service to education

Gonzaga University’s vice president for finance has been given Gonzaga Prep’s highest honor: a St. Aloysius Medal. Chuck Murphy is the 47th recipient of the annual award, which goes to …


Spenser Williams, 21

Spenser Williams graduated this spring from Gonzaga University with a degree in math and economics. This past year he had a paid internship with Avista Utilities, working on power analysis. …


Kennedy postpones tonight’s speech

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s scheduled fundraising speech tonight at Gonzaga University was indefinitely postponed Wednesday. Spokane Riverkeeper and Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper, the event sponsors, said in a news release …


Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to speak at Gonzaga, Sandpoint

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will speak at Gonzaga University on Thursday at a fundraiser for Waterkeeper Alliance programs.


Gonzaga grads include Ronny Turiaf

The graduates at Sunday’s commencement ceremony for Gonzaga University were eagerly looking toward the future. Jessica Clark’s ready to serve in the Army. Tye Perdido is going to try to …


Spark Awards for marketing go to Gonzaga, city, bureau

Three area groups and their ad agencies won top awards in the recent Spark Awards, presented by Spokane Regional MarCom Association, made up of area marketing and public relations professionals. …


Clot claims GU student after knee surgery

Friends and family expressed shock at the sudden death of Gonzaga University student Lacey Jo Rosenbaum, who died Tuesday night at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane from a …


Volleyball injury turns fatal for Gonzaga student

The friends and family of a 22-year-old Gonzaga student from the Tri-Cities are shocked by her sudden death in Spokane.


Xavier pushes past Gonzaga to reach regional final

Ta’Shia Phillips had 22 points and 14 rebounds, Katie Rutan added 15 points and third-seeded Xavier rumbled into its first NCAA tournament regional final in nine years with its 21st …


Burgess, GU’s leading scorer and federal judge, dies

Frank Burgess, Gonzaga’s all-time leading scorer and a U.S. District judge in Tacoma, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 75.


Gonzaga theater stages Greek comedy ‘Lysistrata’

Gonzaga University is staging a Greek Week – and not the fraternity-sorority kind. We’re talking ancient Greek culture, centering around the classic Aristophanes sex comedy, “Lysistrata.”


GU joins police to fight fraud

Spokane police Detective Stacey Carr finally has somewhere to turn when she can’t investigate an office embezzlement or a case of identity theft inside a local company. Carr’s one of …


Everyone plays, contributes during Gonzaga’s Senior Night victory

It wasn’t a designed play for the three seniors on Senior Night, but it turned out pretty well. Early in the second half, Matt Bouldin missed a jump shot, Will …


Research targets middle schools

Seventh- and eighth-graders are the focus of two local studies on improving Spokane Public Schools’ 61 percent graduation rate. Research on the topic has increased nationally because those grades are …


It’s ‘Play ball!’ for area colleges

Late winter, when a young man’s fancy turns to … baseball? It seems to be the case, as the local Division I college baseball season opens this weekend, with Washington …


WCC’s best meet again

The game, of course, is big. Gonzaga and Saint Mary’s collide tonight at the McCarthey Athletic Center to determine who holds the steering wheel in the West Coast Conference race. …


Text Mess

John Caputo grew up with grandparents who settled in the United States from Italy. They didn’t speak much English. They didn’t like talking on the phone. Luckily, he lived three …


Admirers recall Fitzgerald’s impact

Even before the first words were spoken, the huge crowd at a memorial service for Daniel John Fitzgerald on Wednesday quietly defined the legacy of the beloved former Gonzaga University …


Family, friends gather to remember Fitzgerald

Even before the first words were spoken, the huge crowd at a memorial service for Daniel John Fitzgerald on Wednesday quietly defined the legacy of the beloved former Gonzaga University …


Peterson confirmed to federal bench

Gonzaga Law Professor Rosanna Peterson was confirmed today to the federal bench for the Eastern District of Washington.


Artwork at Gonzaga unveils biblical narrative

At the Jundt Art Museum on Gonzaga University’s campus, 16 pieces of art on display are united by this theme: The Holy Family. Crèches, lithographs, wood engravings and etchings depict …


Scores claim sex abuse

More than 500 people have filed claims accusing Jesuits of sexually abusing children across the Northwest. The claims vary in severity and span decades and geography, from Native Alaskan village …


Abuse claims against Jesuits reach 500

More than 500 people have filed claims accusing Jesuits of sexually abusing children across the Northwest.


Acclaimed pianist returns to perform with Gonzaga Symphony

The road to fame for classical musicians is marked by some standard mileposts: Begin your training very early, when you are 3 or 4. Win an international competition with its …