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  • Trentwood teacher retires

    First-grade teacher Mona Marlett has spent her entire 20 years at East Valley in a first-grade classroom at Trentwood Elementary School. She’ll be leaving the classroom for good this week, …


  • New stretch of Riverside may be named for MLK

    After nearly 20 years of discussions and debate, Spokane finally might name a street after the nation’s most prominent civil rights leader. The Spokane Plan Commission today will discuss a …


  • Out & About

    OUTCLASS Lanting to focus on nature photos


  • Murray, Gregoire say stimulus would deliver

    The stimulus package before Congress could create or save 75,000 jobs in Washington state, a preliminary White House analysis says. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., mentioned the job figure Thursday afternoon …


  • Officials peg 75,000 Washington state jobs to stimulus bill

    The proposed stimulus package before Congress could create or save 75,000 jobs in Washington state, a preliminary White House analysis says.


  • Undefeated CdA may be best girls team in region

    Ron Adams has watched girls basketball in the region grow by leaps and bounds the past 29 years. From his perch as the director of the Spokane Stars AAU program, …


  • Washington House approves spending cuts

    OLYMPIA – The state House kicked immediate budget savings into gear Monday, approving a roughly $300 million package of spending cuts. But minority Republicans warned that the Legislature is still …


  • Swimmers keep their cool

    After 30 years of winter swims in the frigid waters of Idaho and Montana, “Polar Bear” Rick Klin swears he doesn’t get cold shivers or goose bumps. He beat everyone …


  • ENEMIES OF HATRED

    Along with the 1 million people who were massacred in Rwanda 13 years ago, a memorial in the capital of Kigali also remembers the victims of another genocide: the 6 …


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