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  • South Hill diner an Ed-ifying bar, food joint

    Two owners of popular Spokane hangouts are working together to build a new South Hill neighborhood bar and food joint. Dale Kleist, owner of downtown Spokane’s Fast Eddie’s, and Mark …


  • Here’s the Dirt: Sky High Sports Spokane franchise under construction

    Take an abandoned warehouse, cover its main floor and walls with trampolines, open it to the public and you have Sky High Sports, a new Spokane business that wants customers …


  • Senate confirms Ormsby for U.S. attorney post

    The U.S. Senate has confirmed Spokane attorney Mike Ormsby as the next U.S. attorney for Eastern Washington. Ormsby will replace James McDevitt, who has held the post since he was …


  • Line up, Apple fans: Store opens Saturday

    Apple Inc. has never said it will open a store in Spokane, even though the company’s distinctive retail space has been taking shape downtown for weeks. That changed Monday, when …


  • Early seller of Apple in Spokane saw company ripen

    In early 1978 Spokane businessman Gary Klaue smelled a possible hot product made by a small company in California. The company was Apple, and the product was a personal computer, …


  • Surveillance cameras help deter crime, manage traffic

    Maybe Rockwell’s 1984 song “Somebody’s Watching Me,” about the fear of being watched, foretold the future of surveillance. The chorus, “I always feel like somebody’s watching me. I have no …


  • Apple store may say as much about Spokane as firm’s success

    In 2004 the company that owns River Park Square contacted Apple Inc. and asked the maker of Mac computers and iPods to open a new store in the downtown Spokane …


  • Parking tax debate turns to growth

    It could cost more to park in private lots in central Spokane if city leaders get behind ideas to tax downtown lots. The parking tax concept is in flux, with …


  • Talbots closing downtown Spokane location

    Talbots in downtown Spokane: they’re outta there


  • Here’s the Dirt: Gonzaga students get new meal option on campus

    And the Bulldog shall dine with the Panda. Gonzaga University students will have a new dining choice this fall. Crews were demolishing one-half the interior of Cataldo Hall this week …


  • North Side Olive Garden plans fall opening

    Olive Garden will open its second Spokane restaurant later this year at 9652 N. Newport Highway, in a new building expected to be finished in September. The 7,400-square foot building …


  • Auntie’s to open second shop

    Downtown Spokane bookseller Auntie’s Bookstore will expand into River Park Square in mid-July, said owner Chris O’Harra.


  • Auntie’s Bookstore to expand into River Park Square

    Downtown Spokane bookseller Auntie’s Bookstore will expand into River Park Square in mid-July, said owner Chris O’Harra.


  • Dad posters celebrate Spokane-born holiday

    If you want to know how area third-graders define fatherhood, take a walk through the second floor of River Park Square. Dozens of brightly colored posters adorn the walls near …


  • Building permits list Apple Inc. as tenant

    Trend-setting retailer Apple Inc. is listed as the tenant on Spokane building permits that indicate the company will move into the space vacated by Eddie Bauer in downtown Spokane. Contractors …


  • Permits reveal Apple’s plan for downtown Spokane store

    Trend-setting retailer Apple Inc. is listed as the tenant on city building permits that indicate the company will move into the space vacated by Eddie Bauer in downtown Spokane.


  • Eddie Bauer shutters downtown mall store

    Outdoor clothing retailer Eddie Bauer closed its downtown Spokane retail store recently, leaving only an outlet store in the Spokane Valley, the Bellevue-based company said Friday. Spokeswoman Sarah Redgrave said …


  • Eddie Bauer closes downtown Spokane store

    Outdoor clothing retailer Eddie Bauer closed its downtown Spokane retail store recently, leaving only an outlet store in the Spokane Valley, the Bellevue-based company said Friday.


  • Top jail site reaffirmed

    Once again a consulting study has concluded the best site for a new medium-security Spokane County jail is next to the existing high-security jail. A “weighted analysis” released Friday lists …


  • Siddoway chosen to fill Appeals Court vacancy

    A Spokane attorney involved in a couple of the most contentious civic projects in the past 20 years was named Wednesday to an opening on the state Court of Appeals. …


  • Memo on legal work in RPS case surfaces

    A lawyer with the state attorney general’s office who provided a legal review of an investigation into a fatal 2006 River Park Square garage crash believed his review was being …


  • Amid buzz, Apple quiet on possible Spokane store

    If Apple intends to open one of its stylish retail stores in Spokane, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company is saying little to confirm that rumor.


  • Decade’s local politics had highs and lows, thrills and chills

    Local politics for the Double Zeroes, or whatever one calls the last decade, started with a promise of a new millenium and a broken campaign promise. It ended with lots …


  • Scary Christmas

    The annual outing to get the kid’s picture on Santa’s lap is just a crying shame for some parents. For Paul and Kathy Marshall, it started when their only child, …


  • Mall shake-up

    When Chicago-based General Growth Properties Inc. filed for bankruptcy in April, the news set off alarms for dozens of Spokane and North Idaho retailers doing business in three area malls …


  • City ordinance reins in public-private deals

    Never again. That’s the message city leaders say they hope is sent with the ordinance approved unanimously Monday that outlaws some of the most controversial elements of the River Park …


  • Garage critics oppose Ormsby nomination

    A former mayor of Spokane and other critics of the River Park Square project are opposing the nomination of a local lawyer to be the next U.S. attorney for Eastern …


  • Council to take up public-private deals

    An ordinance designed to prevent officials from entering into deals similar to the one that partnered the city with River Park Square in the late 1990s will be considered tonight …


  • Ormsby nominated to be U.S. attorney for East Side

    Michael C. Ormsby, who won a political office when he was 18 and has spent ensuing years in public service positions, has been nominated to be the next U.S. attorney …


  • Prosecutor seeks advice on RPS crash

    Spokane County Prosecutor Steve Tucker has asked for advice from the state Attorney General’s office on an investigation into the death of a woman whose car fell from the River …


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