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  • His attitude cheers those around him

    Four years ago, during Bob Eagle’s first week as a freshman at Mt. Spokane High School, he became the subject of a rumor circulating the halls. Students kept coming up …


  • Education Notebook: Books earn Nook for Rogers’ Cook

    Brice Cook, a student at Rogers High School, can read in style – and color – on his new Nook Color after he was awarded the top prize in Rogers …


  • Ferris to perform comedy ‘Harvey’

    Ferris High School Theatre Arts will perform the comedy “Harvey,” beginning Wednesday in the Ferris Auditorium at 7 p.m. Performances will also be held May 5 and 6 and May …


  • Local high schoolers’ dream becomes nonprofit reality

    A business model that began with three Mt. Spokane High School students wanting cool hats to wear on the ski slopes has gone global – first to Uganda and now …


  • Mead courses let teens apply knowledge to real-world scenarios

    Students in Raeleen Epperson’s and Carl Adams’ biomedical science classes at Mt. Spokane High School knew they were in for a different type of classroom experience from their first week …


  • Education Notebook: Ferris cheer team wins award

    For the third time in the past four years, the Ferris High School varsity cheerleaders have been honored as Washington State Academic Champions. The girls earned an overall grade-point average …


  • Education Notebook: ‘Fiddler’ onstage at Mt. Spokane

    The Mt. Spokane High School Theatre Department will perform the classic musical “Fiddler on the Roof,” a tale of a father’s love for his family and his attempt to maintain …


  • Education Notes: Athletes receive Wildcat Award

    Student athletes at Mt. Spokane High School were recently honored, not only for their talent on the field or the court, but also for their success in the classroom. Mt. …


  • Lee: Clute gives Mt. Spokane Wildcats secret target

    Kellen Clute was the starting quarterback on the freshman team at Mt. Spokane. He didn’t figure he’d be long for that position, though. He never wanted to be the hittee, …


  • Improved U-Hi wary of Mt. Spokane’s talent

    In the movie industry, sequels many times are much lesser products than the original. In the case of the football rematch between University and Mt. Spokane, Titans coach Bill Diedrick …


  • High school teams focused on football championships

    The road to Tacoma begins in earnest Friday for Greater Spokane League football teams. And the journey to Milk Bowl – the culmination of state championship games in Idaho – …


  • Mt. Spokane grabs top seed in 3A

    Mt. Spokane wide receiver Trevor Kissinger made the most of his receiving opportunities and the Wildcats kept alive their hopes for a piece of a second straight Greater Spokane League …


  • Students, parent-coaches make unusual situation work

    High school athletes who play for a coach who is also their parent know that the situation can be either a blessing or a curse. On one hand, it’s an …


  • Mt. Spokane takes program’s first win over Mead

    Mt. Spokane made history Thursday night in a volleyball match that had everything expected of two Greater Spokane League heavyweights. There were big plays on both sides from heroes veteran …


  • ’Cats plow past Shadle

    With a little more than 3 minutes remaining in the third quarter Friday, Shadle Park trailed Mt. Spokane by just two touchdowns and had hope. But for the second time …


  • Spokane police say teen sold pot at school

    A Mason jar filled with pot found in a backpack led to a teen’s arrest Monday at Mt. Spokane High School. The 16-year-year-old, who attended the school, told a school …


  • Central Valley Bears bounce back, win with big plays

    There was no going back to the drawing board for Central Valley coach Rick Giampietri. Giampietri planned too many changes, rendering an eraser useless.


  • Clute gives Mt. Spokane big boost over Central Valley

    A year ago, Kellen Clute didn’t have to factor much in Mt. Spokane’s offense, deferring to other talents while concentrating on defense during a Greater Spokane League championship football season. …


  • New setting helped M.E.A.D. student embrace school

    Sometimes a student comes along who surprises everybody. Such is the case with Jaime Nesdahl, who surprised even herself. “It’s unbelievable to me that I’m going to graduate on time!” …


  • Teacher tribute

    ‘At the age of 11, I entered Bill Javane’s sixth grade. I was short, timid, anxious. My teacher opened my eyes to the world and to my own powers in …


  • Mt. Spokane High’s prom back on track

    The prom is back on track at Mt. Spokane High School. Earlier this year, the senior class discovered it had lost a $2,150 deposit when The Sapphire Room unexpectedly went …


  • Rivalry’s spirit benefits a cause

    Six years ago, Jim Preston, assistant principal at Mt. Spokane High School, found a way to channel the fierce rivalry between Mead High School and Mt. Spokane to benefit a …


  • Prom plans begin again

    When this year’s Mt. Spokane High School seniors were just freshmen, they started fundraising for their prom. They planned dances and car washes, held bake sales and sold T-shirts to …


  • Putting music in motion

    Many marching bands perform during the halftime shows of their schools’ football games, but Saturday was all about the bands at the Pacific Northwest Marching Band Championships held at Joe …


  • Starting over at Mt. Spokane

    When Mt. Spokane senior Larry Chow walked into his senior presentation this spring dressed to impress in a suit, he was a different sight than the 13-year-old rebellious youth forced …


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  • Ryan Selland has shooting touch

    Mt. Spokane High School’s Ryan Selland is the basketball equivalent of a full-grown golden retriever who thinks he belongs on your lap. The Wildcat senior is a pure shooter in …

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