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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 …


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.


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 …


Parade of Porsches in Spokane

Over 350 Porsches gleaming in the summer sun at the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds Saturday afternoon drew a small crowd who gathered to seem them start off an a 13 mile …


Colfax wheat farming

Bill Myers’ family has farmed for five generations, and he can’t imagine doing anything else.


Washington wheat

Wheat ranks among Washington’s most valuable farm products, but the technologies that produce it – and the economics that bring it to market – are evolving. Farms that have raised …


Steam Plant stacks

This summer, workers from Hamon Custodis Inc. are cleaning the bricks and replacing mortar in the Steam Plant stacks. The men have a bird’s-eye view of downtown Spokane - the …


Skydiving chef

Chef John “J.D.” Leonetti , the owner of Prohibition Gastropub in Spokane had recently completed only the second skydive of his life when Menke posed the question on the patio …


Coeur d’Alene’s ‘litterbug fairy’ Kim Ashbaugh

Kim Ashbaugh has been regularly cleaning Tubbs Hill for the past 15 years. In the summer she starts early between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. The project is a combination …


Camp Goodtimes

Nine Gonzaga University student-athletes volunteer their time to visit the campers, their siblings and friends, who are affected by a cancer diagnosis at Camp Goodtimes at the YMCA’s Camp Reed.


Playfair Commerce Park

A new arterial route on Altamont Street and Ferry Avenue opened in East Spokane on Tuesday, serving the growing industrial area in East Spokane.


Summer construction traffic

Morning traffic is heavier due to the many summer road contruction projects.


62nd Annual Porsche Parade

62nd Annual Porsche Parade in Spokane on Monday, July 10, 2017. Members of the public can watch the vehicles navigate an “autocross” course from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday …


Beat the heat

Here’s a look at how people are escaping – and embracing – the heat wave that’s sweeping over the Spokane area.


DIRTY DASH 2017

The Dirty Dash, a muddy foot race put on each year in Riverside State Park, drew thousands with mud bogs, climbing obstacles and a chance to experience it all with …


Sweet frozen relief

Ice cream fans will have a short window to gobble their treats in the Inland Northwest next week before they liquify.


Summer heat in Spokane

High temperatures near or above 100 degrees are here. A shift in the weather pattern will allow high pressure to build over the region and open the door to bringing …


Sweet frozen relief

Ice cream fans will have a short window to gobble their treats in the Inland Northwest next week before they liquify.


Shields Fire burning near Beacon Hill

Crews are attacking a new fire burning near Beacon Hill in Spokane County late Thursday afternoon.


Summer heat in Spokane

High temperatures near or above 100 degrees are here. A shift in the weather pattern will allow high pressure to build over the region and open the door to bringing …


New York police officer shot, killed

A police officer was shot to death early Wednesday, ambushed inside a command post RV by an ex-convict who had ranted online about his treatment in prison and about police …


American Airlines direct service from Dallas-Fort Worth to Spokane

American Airlines had a sold-out flight for its Wednesday launch of nonstop service between Dallas-Fort Worth and Spokane International Airport. The 124 passengers on the Airbus A-319 deplaned at 10:40 …


Alpine Deli in Spokane

The Alpine Deli is going to be the first ethnic/international food market/restaurant. It’s a family owned business (they bought it from another man three years ago). They are Bosnian but …


Riverfront Park fireworks

Construction in Riverfront Park made for a more confined Fourth of July celebration, but did little to dampen the festivities.


A retrospective of Fourth of July celebrations in Spokane

Here’s a look back through The Spokesman-Review archives of Fourth of July celebrations throughout the years.


Coulee Hite Road Fire

Firefighters battled a wildfire along Coulee Hite Road on July 4, 2017. Photos courtesy of Slavik Ostapenko.


Neighborhood spirit abounds at annual Fourth of July parade on Spokane’s South Hill

A spunky parade that starts at 10 a.m. every July 4 at Wall and Lincoln on Spokane’s South Hill is small enough to take timeouts for lemonade.