A pastor and a dinosaur paleontology instructor are facing off for a chance at a vacant Cheney City Council seat.
Teresa Landa’s path to a seat on the Central Valley School Board was undisputed through most of the sum.
Two-term Millwood City Council incumbent Dan Sander is facing a challenge from political newcomer Becky Dean, who owns a hair salon.
Whitworth Water District Commissioner Leroy (Lee) Legnon looks to another term this election, facing Stevan Veselinovic, who has a background in information technology
Incumbent City Councilwoman Linda Thompson faces a tough opponent in Laura Padden, wife of 4th Legislative District Republican Sen. Mike Padden.
Ivan Willmschen, former council member and insurance agent, and Mark Lonam Jr. will be on the general election ballot on Nov. 2.
Supporting students should be the top priority at Spokane Public Schools, board candidates Melissa Bedford and Daryl Geffken agree.
Cheney residents will decide if they want to pay more for public safety operations, including the implementation of a body camera program for police officers.
Will Spokane Valley voters go for the familiar Wick or the political rookie Fenton, whose bar stayed open in violation of Gov. Inslee's stay-at-home order during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Medical Lake has no debt, and the candidates for one of the seats on the City Council agree it should stay that way. But how the city should spend its money on depends on which candidate you ask.
Picture this: It’s 2031. Spokane has made many of the changes needed to begin addressing issues with climate change.
Despite their different backgrounds, incumbent member Donald Kennedy and his opponent, Howard Griffith, agreed wise spending was important for the city of 5,000.
The manager of a hardware store is facing a former Federal Aviation Administration worker in the race for a seat on the fire commission serving Newman Lake.
The Spokane County Fire District 9 commissioner race features an incumbent with 14 years on the commission and a chiropractor who says “it’s time for a change in leadership.”
If the primary ballot returns are any indication, incumbent Deer Park Mayor Tim Verzal is heavily favored to win re-election in his race against political newcomer Hazel McGillivray. On the August ballot Verzal won 70% of the vote compared to McGillivray’s 27%.
A longtime Nine Mile Falls School District board member faces a political newcomer in the November election.
A Cheney School Board member with 12 years in office said her experience brings important insight when dealing with tough issues facing schools.
Voters will decide in November whether to renew the medical services levy requested by Spokane County Fire District 11.
Nurse practitioner BrieAnne Gray and current board member Carmen Green are on the Nov. 2 general election ballot for the Mead School District No. 5 position. Their biggest issues: COVID-19, curriculum and transparency.
Kata Dean and Riley Smith agree on at least one thing: The Spokane Public Schools board could use some fresh perspective.