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UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 4, 2019, 5:42 p.m.

The strange history of the House’s 181-year-old ban on hats – and the push to overturn it

Nineteenth-century congressman George Kremer would probably tip his hat to new congresswoman Ilhan Omar.

UPDATED: Sat., Dec. 22, 2018, 4:46 p.m.

Retired Spokane teacher knits, crochets hundreds of hats a year for charity

Seated in her living room between the fireplace and a window to her backyard on the South Hill, Nina Elsee knits hats. Every day.

Aretha Franklin dresses, hats to go up for auction

More than 30 dresses and accessories worn on stage by Aretha Franklin are going up for auction.

Spokane knitter uses her talent to make hats for homeless

It was around Christmas, and Peggy Parker was feeling blue. Flipping through TV programs, a story about a young girl who wanted to make Christmas dinner for a homeless person …

Derby will be fashion show of sorts for Post Falls’ hat-maker

When the starting gate bell sounds at Churchill Downs next weekend, some 150 women in the crowd will be wearing the creations of Diane Siverson, a Post Falls hat-maker. Siverson, …

Collector finds inspiration in vivid hats with ‘personality’

Lorraine White loves hats. Red, pink, purple, green and gold. Cowboy, fedora, boater, and cloche. Since 2006, White has collected 50 of them in all shapes, sizes and colors.

Doug Clark: Wolf’s Hattery brimmed with style

Businesses come. Businesses go. Nobody gives a hoot most of the time.

Doug Clark: Haberdasher can bank on fedora

You don’t need to examine the soaring jobless numbers or the stock index to know that we’re headed into another Great Depression. One of the telltale signs is that more …