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  • Tree becomes part of The Susie Forest

    It’s not every day you get to see Batman help plant a tree. But on April 10, Batman – aka Jack Kelnhofer, age 4 – hefted a shovel and scattered …


  • Photo: New ponderosas adorn former YMCA site

    Grove of trees also honors the late Susie Stephens: Nancy MacKerrow holds a picture of her daughter, Susie Stephens, in front of 10 newly planted ponderosa pine trees on Wednesday …


  • Education Notes: Dads, sons will exhibit art

    Dads and their sons will share their artistic talent in a “Father and Son Art Exhibit” hosted by Discovery School, 323 S. Grant St. in downtown Spokane. The event will …


  • Her daughter’s legacy takes firm root

    Abe Lincoln got some company Tuesday. Three European hornbeam trees were planted in a triangular traffic island at Main Avenue and Monroe Street where a statue of Lincoln stands.


  • Spokane woman’s memorial to daughter grows anew

    Abe Lincoln got some company Monday. Three new European hornbeam trees were planted in a triangular traffic island holding Spokane’s Lincoln statute at Main Avenue and Monroe Street.


  • Mother plans living memorial for daughter

    The trunks on some of the trees on Spokane’s Overbluff Road bulge with what look like tumors. These trees have served the neighborhood well, providing shade and beauty for decades, …


  • Cycling safety advocate struck by bus, killed

    A Spokane native who went on to become an internationally known expert on bicycle and pedestrian safety died on a St. Louis street this week after being hit by a …

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