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Wednesday, July 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Hoopfest marks 30th year

Thousands of people crowded downtown Spokane for the largest 3-on-3 street basketball tournament in the world. The Hoopfest preview story is here and other stories from the big weekend …


Hoopfest 2019: Saturday

Thousands of people come downtown this weekend for the largest 3-on-3 street basketball tournament in the world, Saturday and Sunday.


Hoopfest 2019: Friday

Hoopfest is here for its 30th year. The beginning of basketball competition came early with eight teams competing for $5,000 in a FIBA sponsored 3X3 tournament on Nike Center Court …


Hillyard house fire

A fire destroyed the rear of Katy Barton’s house, her two garages and damaged a neIghbor’s garage. Everyone made it out unharmed from the residence on the corner of Queen …


Northwest Passages Community Forum: Gonzaga Legends II

The Spokesman-Review’s Northwest Passages Community Forum is hosting an evening with former Gonzaga basketball stars Kelly Olynyk, David Pendergraft, Steven Gray and Heather Bowman.


Camp Candoo at the WSU Department of Speech and Hearing Clinic

Camp Candoo at the WSU Department of Speech and Hearing Clinic


Sacred Heart Picket

On June 27, 2019, the United Food and Commercial Workers (UCFW) union helped lead a picket with Sacred Heart nurses and staff outside of Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in …


Farewell to the old Mead Middle School

The Mead School District is holding an event to bid farewell to the old Mead Middle School.


Northwest Passages Book Club: Peter Heller

Peter Heller’s latest bestseller The River is the title selected for June 25 2019 Heller is the national best-selling author of Celine, The Painter, and The Dog Stars. The Painter …


Where the buffalo roam

Kevin Davidson is raising two buffalo , Haxel and Baxter, on his property in Spokane.


Alexes Wilson and Donaven Farris

Alexes Wilson and Donaven Farris are fixing up a mobile home they hope will be their future home. They are workng to get off the streets.


Hooptown letters

Hoopfest pictures through the years.


Tomorrowland attractions cast member Lexi Thiede

Tomorrowland attractions cast member Lexi Thiede at Space Mountain is from Spokane.


Star Wars Galaxy Edge

Disney Resort’s newest attraction is Star Wars Galaxy Edge


Skyfest 2019

People attend Skyfest 2019 at Fairchild, Saturday, June 21, 2019.


Hooptown letters

Hooptown letters


F-22 Raptors refuel with a Fairchild KC-135 refueling tanker near Pullman

The two F-22 Raptors that will be in Saturday’s show flew from a base in Las Vegas on Thursday morning and met up with a Fairchild KC-135 refueling tanker near …


Shipt personal shopper Desiree Harrison

Technology now allows people to request an Uber or order groceries via Shipt, the gig economy is growing as a result with more than 36% of workers reporting that they …


Activists oppose new Spokane County Jail

Nearly 1,000 people, mostly members of local activist groups and Unitarian Universalist churches, gathered in Riverfront Park on Thursday to oppose any effort to build a new jail in Spokane …


20th anniversary of the U.S. Women’s World Cup win

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Women’s World Cup soccer tournament win. The win was certainly noticed in Spokane, where only a few girls were playing organized soccer …


History of the Wandermere Golf Course

Mead High School alumni Ty Brown set out to learn more about the history of his family who founded the Wandermere Golf Course, and ended up writing a history book …


Heber Hatchets in Spokane

Heber Hatchets, which is ‘Utah’s #1 axe throwing experience’ with their headquarters in Heber City, Utah, has opened their first Washington location in Spokane in at 2015 N. Division. They …


Expo ’74 U.S. Pavilion construction continues

Construction is ongoing throughout Riverfront Park on a variety of projects, including the Expo ’74 U.S. Pavilion.


81st Brigade of Washington State Army National Guard training

The 81st Brigade of Washington State Army National Guard attended a training camp, Tuesday, June 18, 2019, at the Yakima Training Center. This year’s training is part of the Army’s …


Spokane’s 2018 National Teacher of the Year Mandy Manning

It’s been quite a year for Mandy Manning – rewarding, exhausting and sometimes refreshing – even in the middle of a refugee camp in Serbia. Last year Manning was named …


Ascend

A monumental stair at the FDR Four Freedoms State Park is transformed into a giant, rainbow-hued LGBTQ flag in celebration of WorldPride, Monday, June 17, 2019, on Roosevelt Island in …


2019 Dad’s Day Dash

The 2019 Dad’s Day Dash is the 7th annual 5K benefiting SNAP. The race starts and ends at Manito Park.


Then and now: Old Union Stockyards

Opening around 1915, the Spokane Union Stockyards was the hub of livestock sales in the region. It was renamed the Old Union Stockyards in the 1930s and again renamed Stockland …


Seahawks visit Fairchild Airforce Base

Airman Christopher Hicks and retired football player Jordan Babineaux are two heroes from Texas living in Washington State. Babineaux was a safety for Seattle Seahawks from 2004 to 2010. Hicks …


Bullfrogs in Cannon Hill Pond

Bullfrogs, an invasive species, have found a home in Cannon Hill Pond on Spokane’s South Hill. Because of their large size and voracious appetite, bullfrogs outcompete and prey upon many …