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Front Porch: Soldier left a lasting impression

His face stared out me from the photo album. Dark hair with straight bangs falling across huge green eyes. A goofy grin and a Nintendo controller clutched in his hands. …

Tom Foley memorial service draws hundreds to Gonzaga University

Thousands of miles from his old congressional stomping grounds, friends and family of Tom Foley remembered the qualities that elevated the man to legendary statesman. “Thank you so much for …

Sept. 11 commemorations at 3 crash sites

A look at events in New York City, Washington and Shanksville, Pa., marking the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks:

Kuchar wins Memorial

Matt Kuchar was in a good spot Sunday at the Memorial. He had his first multiple-win season, and an audience with tournament host Jack Nicklaus. Needing two putts from 20 …

Spokane pays tribute to fallen Fairchild airmen

A day after the nation paused to remember its servicemembers, the Spokane community stopped to remember its three most recently fallen military members. Thousands turned out Tuesday to honor Capt. …

Spokane runners planning memorial for Boston tragedy

Members of Spokane’s running community will set up a memorial at the Runners Sculpture in River Front Park between 5:30 and 6 p.m. today to show their support for those …

Flags to be lowered for Spokane soldier

Flags in front of state buildings will be lowered to half-staff Monday for Spc. Jarrod Lallier.

Friends gather to mark Spokane grandmother’s loss

The stainless steel cross bearing a photo of 29-year-old Robb Long, placed where Sprague Avenue crosses under Interstate 90, no longer stands. In its place the state Department of Transportation …

Remembering WWII hero

It’s a long way from Reardan to Best, The Netherlands, but the two places are connected by a 22-year-old soldier. Pfc. Joe E. Mann was born in Reardan in 1922. …

Woman’s Giving Spirit Survives Her St. Mary’s Carries On Holiday Tradition

1. Cassie Tartoue 2. Carolyn Aschenbrenner prepares for today’s dinner at the St. Mary’s parish center, where dozens will eat in a family atmosphere. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review

Jimmy Stewart Eulogized With Cue From Favorite Film

Jimmy Stewart’s daughters Kelly Harcourt, left, and Judy Merrill arrive at the late actor’s memorial service with stepson Michael McLean. Photo by Associated Press

Fdr: American Icon Democratic Giant Led Nation Out Of The Great Depression, Was World War Ii’s Supreme Commander And Built Lasting Social Programs

1. Visitors to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington on Friday gather around the statues honoring FDR, the 32nd president, and his trusty dog, Fala. Photo by Associated Press …

First Pearl Harbor Victim Remembered

Just seconds after Japanese bombers roared in, 17-year-old Warren McCutcheon was shot through the heart by an enemy gunner - the first American serviceman to die at Pearl Harbor, researchers …

Friends, Family Look For Lessons At Vigil For Girl Killed In Crash

They came in search of something good from an accident that was so bad. More than 100 family members, friends and neighbors of 16-year-old Anna Sherman gathered Saturday night for …

Woman Plans Glass Angel In Boys’ Memory

A glowing angel and a 6-foot black granite monument bearing a photograph of the boys drowned by their mother could replace the wooden marker and humble offerings now on the …

Rachel Carver, In Death An Inspiration

Latanya Sanders, 14, and Scott Darrow, 9, write a message to Rachel. Photo by Kristy MacDonald/The Spokesman-Review

Jfk’s Secretary Interred At Arlington

Evelyn Norton Lincoln, who was President Kennedy’s personal secretary, was remembered Friday in a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.

Vets Remember Vietnam Dead

Veterans and sympathizers gathered in Pocatello on Wednesday on the 20th anniversary of the fall of Saigon to read the names of Americans killed in the Vietnam War. It’s no …

Street Shrines As Precarious As Life There Are More Ways To Die Now, And People Create More Ways To Mourn

Strip malls line mile after mile of suburban streets here, but Tarragona Plaza is different - if you know where to look. Underneath a tangle of untended flowers and Taco …