U.S. Sen. Miles Poindexter of Spokane was already contemplating the possibility of war with Japan, 21 years before Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
Charles Dale, Spokane’s “king of the bootleggers,” was again taken to jail.
The fallout continued from Spokane’s rowdy and “disgraceful” Armistice Day celebration.
When is an emergency over? Firefighters are demobilized when the fire is out. The National Guard is deactivated when order is restored. What’s the end game for the COVID-19 state of emergency?
Spokane was stunned by an Armistice Day celebration the night before that became rowdy and “disgraceful,” in the words of the City Council.
Armistice Day (now called Veterans Day) began on a solemn note with the renaming of two bridges.
Some things should be above the politics, but that’s not really the world we live in right now, is it? This is where a pair of low-top Chuck Taylor sneakers enter the picture.
Spokane’s Boy Scouts acquired a long-distance communication system: a pair of carrier pigeons.
A.B. Lacey jumped from the guard rail of the Division Street bridge and plunged into the icy Spokane River – but he was not trying to end it all.
In the wake of the 1920 election, Spokane County Sheriff George L. Reid proposed a plan to “expedite election returns” in the future.
As last suppers go, it was pretty pathetic. Diet Pepsi, a bag of mixed nuts, one package of Trump-orange crackers and cheese, evenly divided, and a Fig Newton a piece. It’s amazing what you’ll endure when your only grandchildren live thousands of miles away.
It would be easy to opinionate on Wednesday’s chaos for Thursday publication, dissecting the presidential election results or lack thereof with 20-20 hindsight. This column takes a different approach.
The Spokane Daily Chronicle ran a photo showing P.E. Norris sitting in a wheelbarrow holding a sign saying, “He pulled for Cox – now he is pushing for Harding.”
A recent study identified nearly $19 million work of additional work – including constructing new roundabouts at the road’s intersections with Sprague, 4th and 8th avenues and widening the street to five lanes from Mission Avenue to the south city limits – that should be completed by 2040 to keep up with projected growth.
Washington voters are taking advantage of the VoteWA system, which can quickly provide more information than ever on the status of their ballot.
It’s time to rename the Panhandle Board of Health.
Emotions reached the boiling point at a Spokane City Council meeting over the “Irish question.”
The only silver lining out of last weekend’s epic snowfall is that by the time you're reading this we will be back to more normal temperatures. The catch is we don’t know for how long. Everything this year is crazy so why not the weather, too.
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