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  • Doug Clark: Gonzaga Prep grad earns astronaut pin

    Talked to an American hero the other day. West Point grad. Two master’s degrees, one in aerospace engineering, the other in international relations.


  • Pac-12 golf: Cougars struggle in third round

    PULLMAN – Despite an underwhelming day on the Palouse Ridge links, Washington State had a chance to end the second day of the Pac-12 championships in the conference’s upper half …


  • Pac-12 golf: Cougars struggle in third round

    PULLMAN – Despite an underwhelming day on the Palouse Ridge links, Washington State had a chance to end the second day of the Pac-12 championships in the conference’s upper half …


  • Spokane sculptor Dorothy Fowler dies at 88

    Spokane sculptor and aviator Dorothy Fowler, widely known for her bronze statues and cathedral door reliefs, died Saturday. She was 88. Fowler, whose late husband, Jack, was the founding father …


  • Mobius Science Center opens with street festival

    Mr. Green Jeans, an 11-foot-long, 7-year-old Burmese python, slithered down Main Avenue in Spokane on Saturday with a large group of children in tow. He was one of the many …

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