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  • Jim Kershner’s this day in history

    From our archives, 100 years ago Spokane’s Italian community staged a festive Columbus Day celebration at St. Aloysius Parish Hall.


  • School teams get creative for Destination Imagination finals

    Billed as the world’s largest celebration of creativity, Destination Imagination’s global finals in Knoxville, Tennessee, later this month will draw teams from 40 states and 12 countries. Two of those …


  • Tom Foley memorial service draws hundreds to Gonzaga University

    Thousands of miles from his old congressional stomping grounds, friends and family of Tom Foley remembered the qualities that elevated the man to legendary statesman. “Thank you so much for …


  • Landmarks: Jack and Dan’s has deep roots in Gonzaga district

    One of just a handful of beer parlors that have remained in continuous operation since the end of Prohibition in 1933, Jack and Dan’s at 1226 N. Hamilton St., may …


  • Catholic schools battle economy with new fundraising

    Jose Arias believes strongly in a Catholic education for his two sons, 9-year-old Julian and 4-year-old Jared. He likes the quality of the academics as well as the Christian values …


  • St. Al’s turns 100

    Having St. Aloysius Catholic Church on the campus of Gonzaga University open 365 days a year for 100 years has given people the opportunity to enter and pray for more …


  • Sprucing up St. Al’s for centennial

    St. Aloysius church is a Spokane landmark. Its tall spires can be seen from many Spokane neighborhoods and it’s an integral part of Gonzaga University’s campus. In October, the church …


  • Restoring St. Al’s luster

    St. Aloysius church is a Spokane landmark. Its tall spires can be seen from many Spokane neighborhoods and it’s an integral part of Gonzaga University’s campus. In October, the church …

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