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Thursday, January 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Paws on Patrol

A new program is beginning with the goal of turning people walking their dogs into the eyes and ears of the Spokane Police Department. Spokane Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) …


Black History 101 Mobile Museum

A college sociology class and the Million Man March in 1995 were catalysts for Khalid el-Hakim to launch the Black History 101 Mobile Museum, a traveling exhibit that includes more …


Northwest Passages Book Club: Chris Crutcher

Chris Crutcher discusses writing fiction for young adults and his decades as a community therapist in a conversation with columnist Shawn Vestal. In the past year, he has met with …


Deadly assault on Nairobi Hotel-Office Complex

Extremists launched a deadly attack on a luxury hotel in Kenya’s capital Tuesday, sending people fleeing in panic as explosions and heavy gunfire reverberated through the complex. A witness said …


Black History 101 Mobile Museum

A college sociology class and the Million Man March in 1995 were catalysts for Khalid el-Hakim to launch the Black History 101 Mobile Museum, a traveling exhibit that includes more …


Then and Now: Spokane Steam Laundry

The plentiful flow of the Spokane River gave the first settlers, S.R. Scranton and J.J. Downing, the idea to build a simple saw mill as early as 1871. Another early …


Then and Now: Spokane Steam Laundry

The plentiful flow of the Spokane River gave the first settlers, S.R. Scranton and J.J. Downing, the idea to build a simple saw mill as early as 1871. Another early …


Winterfest at Mt. Spokane

Winterfest was hosted by the Spokane Nordic Ski Association at Selkirk Lodge, and skijoring, the winter sport of dogs pulling their ski-riding owners, was the last clinic of the day.


Walk for Life Northwest

Hundreds of people took to the street for Walk for Life Northwest on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, in downtown Spokane, Wash.


Union Gospel Mission vet clinic

Going to the vet is never easy, even when it’s a small, informal two-room suite attached to the Union Gospel Mission maintenance shop.


Sacajawea Middle School Advanced Engineering and Robotics class

The 8th grade Advanced Engineering and Robotics class at Sacajawea Middle School will be designing (using computer-aided design and drafting) and printing (using a 3D printer) parts that the SPD/FBI …


Spokane Library forensics class

The Spokane County Library has a cool forensic science class for kids during January where they can test strawberry DNA, analyze fingerprints and create “blood splatter” with paint.


Ribbon cutting at the new Franklin Elementary

Franklin Elementary celebrated their ribbon cutting after a long time under construction.


Freezing rain in Spokane

Freezing rain fell over much of the Inland Northwest overnight, but the National Weather Service reported that road temperatures have been rising through the early morning. That made many surfaces …


Father of Portland child killer accused of shooting her husband in Stevens County

A fatal shooting near Colville involves a family with a history of homicidal violence.


Tuesday snowfall in Spokane

Light snow followed by freezing rain is expected to coat Spokane before nightfall Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.


Ben Burr’s legacy

As chief engineer for the Great Northern Railroad in Spokane for many years, Ben Burr’s name is attached to many pieces of Spokane’s transportation legacy. But who was the man …


Then and Now: East Spokane Grain Elevators

Three grain storage and processing plants in East Spokane represent a various types of agribusiness ventures.


Grant County Jail E Tank

Investigators responded to the scene of Derek Batton’s overdose death in the E Tank, a holding cell in the Grant County Jail in Ephrata, Washington, on Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018.


Commercial illustrator Colin Hayes

Spokane Valley resident Colin Hayes has been a successful commercial illustrator for more than 25 years. Now, he’s launching a greeting card company. The cards will be sold in stores …


YWCA demolition allowed

Demolition of the former YWCA building on the Spokane River’s north bank has been given the go ahead, following a recent decision by the Spokane Historic Landmarks Commission. Removal of …


Spokane Wedding Expo 2019

The Spokane Wedding Expo was held on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 at the DoubleTree Hotel. The expo featured booths for photography services, catering, decoration, venue, clothing and more.


Birthday meal

Deb Maier and her husband Brad celebrated her birthday by serving food to the homeless in downtown Spokane. “I can’t think of a more meaningful way to celebrate another year …


EWU Alumni & Fan Celebration Dinner

Eastern fans celebrate as the EWU band plays during an EWU Alumni & Fan Celebration Dinner on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019, at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel …


Silver Sneakers Troopons

Troopons volunteers clip, sort and send thousands of dollars in coupons for servicemen and women around the world.


Colin Mulvany: Favorite photos of 2018

Photography is my second language. It speaks to me in visual whispers every time I raise my camera to my eye. Moments, fleeting or not, are what inspire me to …


Finch Arboretum

Park leaders consider big changes at the park. Plans to maintain and enhance the area focus on everything from soil conditions, to pruning shrubs to making clearer walking paths.


Polar Bear Plunge 2019

Polar bear plunge participants splash their way into the new year on Sanders Beach in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on Jan. 1, 2019. The water temperature was 40 degrees Fahrenheit with …


A year in review: Best in photos

Our favorite photos from 2018


Moses Lake man caught with bomb-making materials

Ryan S. Palmer, 39, allegedly told investigators he had toyed with the idea of blowing up an agricultural chemical plant where he used to work – just to “prove a …