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  • UW files lawsuit for control over historic buildings

    The University of Washington and Seattle officials are heading to court for control over historic buildings on the university’s campus.


  • Valley’s Old Plantation torn down

    To most Spokane Valley residents it was known as the Old Plantation. The restaurant sitting on the corner of Vista Road and Sprague Avenue went from being a fancy place …


  • Megan Duvall is new historic preservation officer for Spokane

    The city of Spokane and Spokane County have hired Megan Duvall as the new historic preservation officer. Duvall comes to Spokane from the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic …


  • Historic Forest Service building burns

    One of 12 buildings at the Steliko Work Station, established in 1908 up the Entiat River north of Wenatchee, was consumed by fire Monday.


  • Downtown Spokane post office marks 100 years

    The U.S. post office building in downtown Spokane opened on Oct. 4, 1909, at the height of the city’s explosive population growth in the early 20th century. The architectural jewel …


  • Chips off old block

    Demolition began this week in the historic Opportunity block on the southwest corner of Sprague Avenue and Pines Road. Several old, run-down buildings on the corner are coming down to …


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