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Memories of a Spokane childhood

The footworn haunts of our youth become more precious as the years rush by. For those entering the adolescence of old age, it is a gift that Spokane preserves so …


ESPN tours Spokane

Spokane put its best foot forward Saturday, showing itself off to ESPN crews in town to capture some community and Zag spirit ahead of Gonzaga University’s Final Four game in …


Zag swag

Gonzaga University gear is flying off the shelves in advance of the Final Four game Saturday, even if the shelf is really a table set up under a tent in …


Jack and Dan’s

The bar that earned national recognition for its ties to Gonzaga University and local sports legends opens its doors at 10 a.m. Satuday, and you can’t reserve a seat. Be …


Best bars to watch Gonzaga in the Final Four

Here are some of the best bars in the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene area to watch Gonzaga in their NCAA Final Four game on Saturday.


Spokane shine

As the Zags prepare for the Final Four tip off Saturday, Spokane is gearing up for its own prime time moment. Gonzaga colors of red and blue are lighting up …


Gonzaga departs for Phoenix

A small crowd gathered outside the McCarthey Athletic Center to send of the Gonzaga men’s basketball team as they left for Phoenix on Wednesday afternoon.


Gonzaga vs. Xavier watch parties in Spokane

People gathered at the Garland Theater and 24 Taps to watch Gonzaga’s Elite Eight game against Xavier. The Zags won the game advancing to the Final Four for the first …


Newport/Priest River Rotary Club train

The Newport/Priest River Rotary Club recently announced a schedule for the excursion train rides, with a route from Newport to Dalkena and back. They’re going to start August 12 and …


Bob Ferguson at Gonzaga

A crowd of students and professors at Gonzaga University chuckled Friday afternoon when Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson took a jab at the Trump administration’s legal defense of the president’s …


Spokane Police Department audit

Spokane’s elected leaders on Friday acknowledged calls from within the Police Department to add personnel, but weren’t ready to offer specific plans on how that might happen.


Little Rascals Children’s Center

Little Rascals Children’s Center in Spokane. Parents are paying more for childcare in Spokane County as a result of higher minimum wages. The going rate is about $1,100 per month …


384th Air Refueling Squadron moves to Fairchild

Fairchild Air Force Base Thursday took command of a third refueling tanker squadron in a transfer of nine aircraft and their personnel from McConnell Air Force Base to Fairchild. The …


USGS River Measuring and a tour of Upriver Dam

USGS River Measuring and a tour of Upriver Dam.


Kmart, Sears face ‘substantial doubt’ about finances as losses grow

Sears at Northtown Mall was open for business on Wednesday, March 22, 2017.


Incident at Britain’s Parliament

Britain’s Parliament was placed on lockdown Wednesday after an alleged assailant was shot by police outside the building in central London, a lawmaker said.


Spokane River rising

As the Spokane River continues to rise until its eventual cresting sometime later tonight or early tomorrow morning, residents in flood-prone areas in Spokane and Idaho are preparing for the …


First day of Spring

The first day of spring is always a time to celebrate, but maybe never more than this year.


Ordination of the Reverend Canon Gretchen Mary Rehberg

The Right Reverend Gretchen Mary Rehberg is introduced to the congregation after her Ordination as Bishop in the Church of God and the Ninth Bishop of the Episcopal diocese of …


Spokane area spring flooding

For the first time since 2012, the Spokane River, which hits flood stages at 27 feet and normally sits around 22 feet, has risen above 27.5 feet.


Chuck Berry (1926-2017)

Chuck Berry, rock ‘n’ roll’s founding guitar hero and storyteller who defined the music’s joy and rebellion in such classics as “Johnny B. Goode,” “Sweet Little Sixteen” and “Roll Over …


Spokane Falls

Scenes from Spokane Falls.


Eric Church in Spokane

Eric Church performs in the Spokane Arena on his Holding My Own tour Thursday, Mar. 17, 2017. The tour travels in 13 semi trucks and 9 tour buses carrying 90 …


BNSF Railway track inspection

Using a specialized Bridge Inspection Vehicle, a team of BNSF bridge inspectors slowly roll over the Latah Creek bridge in Spokane, looking at the box girder structure below and the …


Historic images from the Spokane River

At first, the pioneers built sawmills, amusement parks, railroads, dams, bridges. But as the decades passed, the people of Spokane began to see the river at their city’s heart as …


Spokane Falls history

For many years Spokane Falls was the heart of the city of Spokane, both geographically and economically. The falls were first recorded in print in Volume XII of the Pacific …


Spokane area flooding (March 16)

Rain, melting snow and saturated soil have all combined to create flooding problems for residents across the Inland Northwest.


Spokane area flooding

Rivers, streams and lakes were rising to flood stage on Tuesday across the Inland Northwest with the peak runoff likely to arrive on Wednesday and into the weekend.


Alarmed by Trump’s environmental policies, governor champions wildfire prevention

Gov. Jay Inslee met with Spokane-area residents to talk about fire prevention efforts and his concerns that federal climate change policies are being weakened by the Trump Adminstration.


Lucky Friday Mine strike

Miners went on strike today at the Lucky Friday Mine in Mullan, Idaho. United Steelworkers Union Local 5114, representing about 250 employees at the Silver Valley mine, went on strike …