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Tuesday, December 11, 2018  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 3, 2018, 8:41 a.m.

Spokane school bond would help Spanish immersion and On Track Academy programs

Two special programs that serve opposite ends of Spokane Public Schools’ broad collection of students stand to gain more space and traction as voters decide on a


Retiring teacher Mike Cantlon has been a gift to Spokane’s gifted students

After almost four decades as a teacher, Mike Cantlon still doesn’t have all the answers. But he does know the right questions – provocative, open-ended ones that bring out the …


Loyal feline greeter Yodie absent from Libby Center

Libby Center’s loyal tabby has disappeared without a trace. The black-striped golden-brown kitty that appeared each morning and afternoon to greet schoolchildren went missing following the Thanksgiving holiday.


Punctual cat greets Libby Center students before, after school

Humming school buses often alert a fuzzy feline it’s time to take his post on the sidewalk, gathering strokes, scratches, a few cuddles and likely a treat, too, from students …


Bust near school nets drugs, guns

A nine-time convicted felon and reputed white supremacist got a wake-up call Friday morning from the Spokane police SWAT team, which took him into custody after finding drugs, guns, counterfeit …


App-etite for instruction

Katrina Harland is an avid reader, so the opportunity to check out a Nook e-reader instead of a book from her high school library has really lightened her load. “It’s …


Education Notebook: Libby Center wins MathCounts

Libby Center finished in first place Saturday in the MathCounts middle school competition at Northwood Middle School. The competition included teams from Davenport, St. George’s, Northwood, Lakeside and Sacajawea. St. …


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Caving essay wins trip to Peru

An essay about exploring a cave along Fish Lake Trail earned a 12-year-old Spokane boy a trip to Peru with National Geographic as his guide. Ian Baer’s essay described digging …