February 13, 2008 in Features George Mendoza, the first principal at Virgie Robinson Elementary School in Pasco, became a U.S. citizen along with 47 other immigrants at a naturalization ceremony in Spokane Tuesday
July 12, 2015 in News The daylong fair in Coeur d’Alene celebrated the unconventional and the outlandish creations of inventors and artists, many of which were human-powered machines made from bicycle parts. Many of the …
July 11, 2015 in News For several years, the Big Back-In event in Spirit Lake spawned a craze of lawnmower racing, which has become a popular low-budget type of motorsports, drawing competitors from Washington and …
July 4, 2015 Brianna Rowan speaks on what freedom means to her on the Fourth of July.
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