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  • Spectacular by nature

    Every year, Trip Advisor hands out Travelers’ Choice Awards to 25 of the world’s best destinations, based on criteria that include natural beauty found on mountaintops and beaches and urban …


  • Spokane gains role in state oil train discussion

    Spokane’s “voice will be heard” during this year’s discussion over the proposal to build a crude oil facility in Vancouver, Washington, which would greatly increase the amount of crude oil …


  • Just Forgette about it

    Football games are won on the practice field, the weight room and the film room. And sometimes they’re won on the couch. That’s where Steven Forgette spent much of Eastern …


  • Indians rally to down Canadians 8-6

    A shaky start wasn’t too much to overcome, thanks to John Kukuruda and Cody Kendall. Kukuruda and Kendall combined for five innings of no-hit baseball on Saturday night and Gonzaga …


  • Montero scores in 90th to help Sounders tie Whitecaps

    Fredy Montero scored in the 90th minute to give the Seattle Sounders a 2-2 tie with the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday.


  • Vancouver, B.C., has plenty of cultural offerings

    Vancouver, B.C., in the summer has a civic calendar crowded with open-air arts festivals. In the autumn, the weather shifts and the cultural action moves indoors, but there’s still plenty …


  • Man killed by Vancouver police was Iraq veteran

    The Oregon Army National Guard confirms that a 22-year-old man killed by Vancouver police was a veteran who served 12 months in Iraq.


  • Northwest at risk of earthquake like one in Chile

    Just 50 miles off the Pacific Northwest coast is an earthquake hotspot that threatens to unleash on Seattle, Portland and Vancouver the kind of damage that has shattered Chile.


  • Paralyzed in Air Force fall, Sean Halsted is now a Paralympian

    Sean Halsted, of Rathdrum, will compete on an international stage this winter as a member of the U.S. Ski Team. Halsted, an adaptive cross-country skier, is training for the 2010 …


  • GoGo Finder helps you find what you are searching for

    Here’s the skinny on upcoming activities in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and more.


  • Canada targets gangs ahead of 2010 Olympics

    VANCOUVER, B.C. – Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a plan Thursday to crack down on an unprecedented wave of gang-related murders as the city prepares to host the 2010 Winter …


  • Rogge praises Vancouver’s progress

    WHISTLER, British Columbia – International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge predicted the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics will be a success, despite the global financial crisis. Rogge was in western Canada …


  • 3,000 students evacuated from schools after bomb threat

    VANCOUVER, Wash. – Several suspicious items noticed after a written bomb threat was found Tuesday in a high school restroom prompted the evacuation of about 3,000 students from three schools …

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