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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.


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 …


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


Spokane gets first significant winter snowfall

The mixture of snow and below-freezing temperatures combined to create hazardous road conditions in some areas of Spokane Wednesday night and Thursday morning – notably on residential streets and intersections …


Snap Decisions 2018

A look back at the faces and places caught on camera by Spokesman-Review photographer Dan Pelle during 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 …


Violin maker Ryan Soltis

Ryan Soltis has been making violins for a number of years in his small workshop just south of Sandpoint. A single violin takes him several months to make and he …


The Top Stories in Washington in 2018

The abolishment of the death penalty was voted the state’s top news story of 2018 by Associated Press staff and member editors. Here’s a brief look at some of the …


Devan Howe-Kizzar

Some of the best parts of Devan Howe-Kizzar’s life are flammable. The books, blankets, teddy bears and clothes. Baby photos and birth certificates. Furniture and bed frames. Purse and wallet. …


Difference Makers 2018: Sather Gowdy

Gonzaga law student Sather Gowdy founded a nonprofit, Heal Spokane, to spread kindness and benefit other local charities. What started as a personal outlet has blossomed into a collaborative effort …


Community School seniors

Community School students Cierra Morris, Ashlin O’Kelly, Shea Handelman and Katelyn Devine teach English to refugees at the Global Neighborhood Thrift Store (a nonprofit that employs refugees who have been …


Bald eagles feast on spawned-out kokanee along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene

Bald eagles feast on spawned-out kokanee along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018.


ZNation

Syfy’s ZNation cancelled after five seasons.


Old World Christmas

Spokane-based Old World Christmas is a company that sells more than 1,500 hand painted and glass blown ornaments. The company, founded in 1979, has managed to remain very successful and …


Syfy kills ‘Z Nation’ after five seasons

Fans have demanded an afterlife for the zombie apocalypse show on the streaming service Netflix.


Mall Santas in Spokane throughout history

Times have changed, but the mall Santa remains a beloved fixture of Spokane’s Christmas scene.


Old school shopping

Spokane shoppers can be joyous to know that many of the area’s longtime retail businesses are going strong with the help of loyal customers.


Bald eagles feast on spawned-out kokanee along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene

Bald eagles feast on spawned-out kokanee along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018.


Mall Santas in Spokane throughout history

Times have changed, but the mall Santa remains a beloved fixture of Spokane’s Christmas scene.


VA Medical Center in Spokane

New construction at the VA Medical Center.


Westminster Congregational United Church of Christ warming center

Westminster Congregational United Church of Christ will soon be able to host up to 25 young people in a warming center a 10-minute walk from downtown Spokane.


U-District Gateway Bridge is finally open

Three months late, and in the depths of winter, the bicycle and pedestrian bridge in Spokane’s University District is finally open.


Seattle Seahawks visit Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

Seattle Seahawks players Shaquem Griffin, Shaquill Griffin and Kam Chancellor visit Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018.


Faces of the Christmas Bureau

Each recipient has a story to tell.


Weird vehicles in Spokane over the years

But the city hasn’t always been home to commonplace commuters. Things were weird here once. Still are sometimes. From a flying bike to a boat-car, the people of the Inland …



New chairlift, runs open on Mt. Spokane

Seven new routes and 280 skiable acres are now available after Mt. Spokane opened its new state-of-the-art triple chairlift.


Bunker Hill Mine

For nearly a century, the Bunker Hill Mine in Kellogg was the source of tremendous wealth.


Josh Perkins visits Holmes Elementary

Josh Perkins went to Holmes Elementary to be interviewed by fifth grader Gabriel Dela Cruz for the West Central newspaper.