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Red Lion Hotels: A look back

Red Lion Hotels has a long, rich history in the Inland Northwest. Here’s a brief look back at Red Lion through the years.

Lucky Friday miners rally at Hecla headquarters

More than 100 Lucky Friday mine workers and their families, retirees and union workers from across the U.S. gathered Wednesday to rally in front of Hecla’s corporate headquarters in Coeur …

Sam Shepard (1943-2017)

Sam Shepard, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Oscar-nominated actor, died of complications from ALS, Thursday, July 27, 2017, at his home in Kentucky. He was 73.

Skyfest 2017 on Sunday

While the mavericks are up above, twisting and turning to the delight of the crowd below, Chief Inspector Ryan Smith is perfectly content on the ground, where he belongs.

Walla Walla sweet onion toss

Throwing out the ceremonial first pitch is a standard part of any baseball game. But Walla Walla is probably the only place in the world that throws a sweet onion.

Sweet Onions in Walla Walla

Before Walla Walla became known for wine, it was famous for something else: “Home of the onion so sweet you can eat it like an apple.”

Skyfest 2017

People brave the heat to attend Skyfest 2017 at Fairchild, Saturday, July 28, 2017.

Skyfest 2017

People brave the heat to attend Skyfest 2017 at Fairchild, Saturday, July 28, 2017.

Thunderbirds return to Fairchild for Skyfest

The Thunderbirds prepare for their performance at Fairchild’s Skyfest 2017.

Latah blues

The town of Latah is considering disincorporation, in part because no one has filed to run for city government positions that will soon be vacant.

Compass USA brings Japanese students to Spokane

For the 30th year in a row, 140 students from Chiba, Japan, visit the greater Spokane-area.

Thunderbirds return to Fairchild for Skyfest

The Thunderbirds prepare for their performance at Fairchild’s Skyfest 2017.

Touch-a-Bus Storytime

Over 100 children attended the Touch-a-Bus Storytime, July 27, 2017, at the North Spokane Library. After hearing stories about buses, everyone was invited to jump on a STA bus and …

Jack Rasmussen receives Quilt of Valor

On July 19, Jack Rasmussen, 93, wiped tears from his cheeks as he was presented with a Quilt of Valor by members of the Greater Spokane QOV group.

Kendall Yards homeless camp cleaned up

The City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department hauled up garbage from a homeless camp totaling an estimated 2,000 pounds.

Spokane Eights

Spokane Eights won the City Cup Championship and will now travel to Las Vegas to compete.

Skyfest 2004 through 2014

Team Fairchild is scheduled to host Skyfest, a free open house air show, July 29-30, 2017 featuring the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds headlining the event. In the past up to …

Five-time Purple Heart recipient Randy Howard

Randy Howard, 70, heads the local chapter of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, which counts 200 Purple Heart recipients from Eastern Washington, North Idaho and Montana as its …

Eucharistic Family Rosary Crusade at Avista Stadium

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Fatima of Apparitions – an event in which the Virgin Mary was reported to have been seen by three shepherd children in …

Dodd House

The historic Dodd house has been sold to a new owner.

Heels Dash

Competitors gather in women’s high heels during the Addicted to Heels, A Run for Recovery Dash, July 22, 2017 on Lincoln Street at Garland Avenue, in Spokane, Wash. Men, women …

Stuttering Management Workshop at EWU

Eastern Washington University hosts a Stuttering Management Workshop, an intensive summer workshop for people working to manage a stuttering disorder at the University Hearing and Speech Clinic on the EWU …

Julyamsh Powwow 2017

The Coeur d´Alene Tribal Encampment and Julyamsh Powwow began Friday at Kootenai County Fairgrounds Coeur d’Alene.

Stephen Rieckers receives diploma from North Central

After nearly half a century of waiting, a terminally ill Vietnam veteran, Stephen Rieckers, received his high school diploma from North Central High School on Wednesday.

Wings of hope and love

When the tight-knit South Perry district community heard Mandi Anderson’s cancer was back, they knew they had to do something. So they turned to the historical children’s novel, “Sadako and …

Inland Northwest Car Club Council’s Downtown Car Show

The Inland Northwest Car Club Council’s Downtown Car Show serves not only for people to see and show classic vehicles, but also to award scholarships to recently graduated high school …

Stagewest Community Theater children’s workshop

Stagewest Community Theater has been holding a children’s workshop at Medical Lake High School Auditorium that will culminate with a live performance of “Dorothy in Wonderland.” The children are learning …

Avista’s history in pictures

Here’s a brief look back at Avista from its humble beginnings in 1889 through the 21st Century.

Washington Water Power’s history

Avista Corp. is being sold for $5.3 billion to a Canadian company called Hydro One, the companies said today. Take a look back at Avista’s history in photos, when the …

Banding ospreys in Coeur d’Alene

Wayne Melquist has been banding osprey chicks on Lake Coeur d’Alene for more than 40 years. He’s retired form Idaho Fish and Game, so his work is volunteer now. His …