On Mother’s Day, your social media feed probably looked a lot like mine. It was filled with throwback photos of friends with their moms along with notes of thanks and love.
In the 1840s, a doctor at Vienna General Hospital became convinced that the reason for widespread deaths of mothers after childbirth was to be found on the hands of the doctors treating them.
May 2021 is a bit early to talk seriously of the 2022 elections, let alone those in 2024, so take the following with a grain of salt.
This summer, The Spokesman-Review will host four paid high school interns for nine weeks. The program has a super fancy name, the Teen Journalism Institute, but the goals are much more than just trying to teach someone how to write a story about upcoming changes to gym class.
Ignoring the will of voters – expressed 10 times – and recent polls that show strong opposition, a slim majority of the Washington state Legislature this legislative session passed an unpopular new state income tax.
A couple of weeks ago my husband and I ate at a restaurant … indoors.
As more corporations and investment funds take over farming, we're losing the direct connection to the land and communities.
Marie McDonald – convicted forger, one-time murder suspect and former vaudeville performer – was nowhere to be found.
As a person who went through more than a month in early 2021 trying to get an appointment anywhere within 30 miles for a COVID vaccination, I confess to scratching my head at reports there is currently more vaccine than people willing to sit down and roll up their sleeves.
Newly discovered evidence indicated that five different fires had been set in the D.C. Corbin mansion.
In a surprise development, Anna Corbin, widow of the late D.C. Corbin, and caretaker Louis Lilge pleaded not guilty to first-degree arson charges.
I don’t like change.
Anna Corbin, the widow of railroad magnate D.C. Corbin, was “on the verge of a mental breakdown” after confessing her role in a plot to burn down her own mansion.
Make your voice heard on sustainability issues the Spokane City Council is considering.
A group of Spokane residents refused to give up on the idea that it was sitting on an oil gusher on the South Hill.
Of the roughly 1,000 bills introduced in the late, great 2021 session, most of the conversation and conflict right now centers on those that survived the gauntlet of multiple hearings and votes to reach the governor’s desk.
Many theatrical road shows were on the way to Spokane, including “Sinbad,” starring one of the biggest stars in the nation, Al Jolson.
The drawbridge over the St. Joe River crashed down onto the steamer Flyer and smashed into the upper deck.
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