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Camp Goodtimes

Camp Goodtimes kicks off at the YMCA’s Camp Reed, Tuesday, July 10, 2018.


Stevens County Fire District 1’s new Suncrest station

Stevens County Fire District 1 has opened two new fire stations.


Stevens County Fire District 1’s new Suncrest station

Stevens County Fire District 1 has opened two new fire stations.


Then and Now: Spokane Buddhist Temple

The former Liberty Heights Baptist Church is purchased for use by the Spokane Buddhist Temple. The Baptists had merged with another congregation and moved while the Buddhists were looking for …


Spokane’s first Honkfest marching band event, Sponk

For many of the dozens of musicians involved in Spokane’s first Honkfest marching band event, Sponk, playing music is a form of protest.


Experimental Aircraft Association

The members of the Experimental Aircraft Association build and fly their own airplanes at Felts Field.


Mica Moon Aerial Park

Mica Moon Treetop Adventures in Liberty Lake opened a 1.5 acre aerial park last week that includes tree platforms, rope courses and suspended bridges for people and groups to go …


Mead schools summer reading

The Mead School District is putting on several summer reading programs for kids across the district, including one at an apartment complex. The teachers are volunteering their time to run …


July 4th fireworks at Riverfront Park

Fireworks over Riverfront Park in Spokane Wednesday, July 4, 2018.


American Ninja Warrior Sandy Zimmerman

American Ninja Warrior contestant, Sandy Zimmerman, has a business that revolves around elaborate obstacle courses.


2018 America the Beautiful Parade

Images from the 2018 Fourth of July Parade in Coeur d’Alene.


Pyro Spectaculars

Volunteer with Pyro Spectaculars, help set up rows of shells in Riverfront Park on July 3, 2018 for the Fourth of July firework show.


Carnahan home

The home at 729 S. Carnahan had at least eight cars crash into the yard/home/etc. causing thousands of dollars in damage. Spokane Valley is planning to purchase either a portion …


Then and Now: Spokane’s tallest buildings

Since James Glover road up to the Spokane Falls in 1873 and made a deal to buy out the two squatters on the land around the falls, there has been …


Hoopfest 2018: Sunday

Family, food and fun: A rundown of Sunday’s events as Hoopfest 2018 draws to a close.


Families Belong Together

A crowd showed up at Spokane’s Grant Park for the local “Families Belong Together” day of action on June 30, 2018. Every state in the nation held demonstrations, totaling around …


North Spokane Corridor

Final property acquisitions for the north-south freeway.


Nigel Williams-Goss Hoopfest basketball clinic

Former Gonzaga standout Nigel Williams-Goss holds clinics for 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Nike Center Court of Hoopfest on Friday, June 29, 2018. The kids were selected from Hoopfest’s …


Rec Tennis Camp

Kids participate in Rec Tennis Camp at White Pine Park in Post Falls on Friday, June 29, 2018. The camp offers lessons for kids age 5-14 Monday-Friday.


Shooting at the Capital Gazette

Multiple people were shot Thursday at a newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, with a witness saying a single gunman fired into the newsroom.


Riverfront Park SkyRide

The scenic cable ride goes along the urban falls of the Spokane River.


WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski

Tyler Hilinski, the Washington State University quarterback who took his own life early this year, was suffering from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, his parents told the “Today Show.” The family has …


Then and Now: Agnes McDonald and the electric car

Agnes McDonald (1865-1961) was one of Spokane’s most colorful characters. She was only 35 when her husband, a wealthy mining investor, died, leaving her with two sons to raise. His …


The Wings of Freedom Tour

The Collings Foundation brings a group of five vintage aircraft to Spokane for a multi-day visit. The WWII Vintage Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, the Consolidated B-24 Liberator, the North American …


Ironman 70.3 Coeur d’Alene

Coeur d’Alene hosted the Ironman 70.3, Sunday, June 24, 2018.


McCarroll East project

The first phase of the McCarroll East project, which straddles Strong Road on the east side of Indian Trail Road, will bring 20 duplex structures valued at more than $400,000 …


Fido Fete

2018 is the Chinese zodiac Year of the Dog, but on Saturday every dog had his day at the third annual Fido Fete at Southside Senior and Community Center.


Pulse farming in Washington

Chickpeas, lentils and other ‘pulses’ are having a renaissance moment – and it’s a boon for Northwest farmers


Washington Guard trains for combat with Strykers

Washington National Guard’s 81st Combat Brigade trains on new weapons and tactics as it converts to a Stryker unit.


Na-ha-shnee Health Sciences Institute

Na-ha-shnee is an 11-day extravaganza where students learn everything from pharmacy compounding to basic dental health care on the WSU campus, while staying in dorms at Gonzaga University.