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State wrestling: Day one results from Mat Classic XXXI

Team and individual results from day one of Mat Classic XXXI in Tacoma

Itron reports revenue growth, costs associated with buying competitor

Itron Inc. lost $145.7 million during the first quarter, which company officials attributed to one-time acquisition and restructuring costs.

UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 6, 2018, 5:27 p.m.

If interest rates rise, GM likely to expand subsidized loans

If auto loan interest rates rise as expected this year, General Motors and others are likely to make more subsidized loans, including zero-percent financing, to keep car sales flowing.

Clearwater Paper cites $70 million benefit from federal tax law

Clearwater Paper Corp. reported improved fourth-quarter and year-end earnings, citing a $70 million benefit from recent changes to federal tax law.

U.S. recognizes disputed Honduras election results

The Trump administration on Friday recognized the results of Honduras’ disputed presidential election despite opposition complaints, irregularities found by poll observers and calls from Congress to back a new vote.

Wal-Mart’s online sales surge, tops first-quarter expectations

Wal-Mart delivered first-quarter results that show it’s winning over shoppers at stores and online, even as the competition intensifies.

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 4, 2015, 5:20 p.m.

Wick sees lead over Wood shrink in Spokane Valley Council race

Ben Wick’s lead shrank to 111 votes over challenger Sam Wood in the race for Spokane Valley City Council. Other incumbents maintained their comfortable leads.

Every Vote Counted In Post Falls Schoolteacher Says It Best: ‘It’s Nice To Feel Supported’

Post Falls High School will be replaced after voters approved a $17.97 million bond Tuesday night. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review

Boundary Voters Pass School Levy Levy Maintains Basic Programs At Schools, Allows District To Drop $100 Fee To Play Sports

Teachers in Boundary County won’t face layoffs and students no longer will pay $100 to play sports, thanks to a two-year levy voters approved Tuesday. The $980,000 maintenance and operations …

Bond Appears To Have Passed By One Vote District Will Build A New High School

Dee Ashley, left, and Wendy Gunderson sort through hundreds of ballots cast Tuesday at Prairie View Elementary. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review

Mead Levy, Bond Pass In Record Turnout Money Will Help District Overhaul High School, Expand Opportunities For Students

Mead School District patrons approved a $25 million bond issue and a $16 million operations renewal levy Tuesday. The 7,150 ballots cast marked the largest voter turnout in the history …

Whitman County Levies Passing

Special levies in Whitman County passed with overwhelming support Tuesday. Proposals in Palouse, Colton, Garfield, Rosalia, Oakesdale, Steptoe, Tekoa and Lamont all passed. Only One measure failed. The Town of …

Lincoln, Stevens Levies Passing

Four school levies were passing Tuesday in Lincoln and Stevens counties, and a fifth levy in Ferry County was a whisker below the necessary 60 percent majority. Here are the …

Growth Did Not Detract

By all accounts, Mat Classic X was a rarity. Not only was it bigger, with the addition of a fourth tournament, it was better. Adding six mats on the floor …

Voters Let Good Times Roll For School Districts Bonds And Levies Win Strong Support

Could be a strong economy. Could be good campaigning. Even President Clinton’s school-boosting State of the Union address may have helped. Whatever the reasons, Spokane County taxpayers agreed with gusto …

Voters Get An A+ From Valley Schools

School officials across the Valley sent grateful thank yous this week to voters who agreed to support education programs with their tax dollars. “What a wonderful affirmation, not just here …

Thousands Wrote This Happy Ending

The two women braved the rain Tuesday to stand on a street corner off Northwest Boulevard. They wore rain gear, but their red faces bespoke both the cold and their …

Liberty Bond Plan Ok’d On 9th Try Voters Also Support Measures In Cheney, Medical Lake Districts

The ninth time was a charm for the Liberty School District. The district finally had reason to celebrate this week when voters on Tuesday approved the district’s ninth attempt to …

Voters Ok Maintenance, Operating Levies

The aye’s have it in the North Side school districts. Voters in the Deer Park, Nine Mile Falls and Riverside School Districts all approved their maintenance and operating levies. And …

Outlying Counties Successfully Pass School Levies

School levies swept to victory in Stevens County this week. Proposals in the Kettle Falls, Mary Walker (Springdale) and Columbia (Hunters) school districts all passed with strong support. Voter turnout …

Voters Approve District 81 Bond And Levy Includes Funds For Computers, Lc Remodeling

Char Russell, Joy Mewhinney and Cindy Malmquist get out the vote at 14th and Bernard on Tuesday afternoon. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review

Fire District Levy Approved

A $6.7 million levy for Spokane Valley Fire District 1 was approved by voters Tuesday. With all precincts reporting, the levy passed 10,051 votes to 2,585 votes.

Mclain, 2 Others Keep Kootenai Hospital District Seats

Three trustees on the Kootenai Hospital District board retained their seats in an election Tuesday that had four candidates. The vice chairman of the board, Betty McLain, came away with …

Judge Ends Springdale Election Debate Absentee-Ballot Dispute Held Up Mayoral And Council Races

Nearly two months after voters cast ballots, a Stevens County judge has decided the winners in two Springdale races. Superior Court Judge Rebecca Baker ruled last week that the county’s …

Coin Toss Settles Tied Election

Ferndale City Council member Yvonne Goldsmith called “tails,” tails it was and with that she won another term Friday. Goldsmith and challenger Lloyd Zimmerman agreed to settle their deadlocked election …

Luck Of Draw Decides Election Nine Of Hearts Wins Fire District 10 Seat For Dave Foxworth

Dave Foxworth drew a nine of hearts Wednesday to win the race for fire commissioner in District 10 on the West Plains. Jim Peirone, the 18-year incumbent, drew a seven.

West Plains Vote Heads To Luck Of Draw

The election for fire commissioner in a West Plains district has ended in a tie. Incumbent Jim Pierone and challenger Dave Foxworth both have 689 votes following a recount of …

Supporters Give Candidate Funds To Pay For Recount Of Votes

A penny for their thoughts, a nickel a vote to pay for a recount. Thirty citizens living in the Riverside School District recently gave school board candidate Patricia Blair the …

Barlow Takes Seat On School Board

Don Barlow took his place on the Spokane School Board on Wednesday, two days after a recount confirmed his victory. The race for former board president Nancy Fike’s seat was …

Peterson Wins Council Seat In Town’s Cookie-Tin Lottery Losing Candidate Says Disputed Springdale Election Is ‘Long From Over’

Stevens County Auditor Tim Gray breaks a tie Tuesday in the Springdale Town Council election. Gray ended up fishing candidate Lowell Peterson’s name out of a cookie tin held by …