Bloomsday race officials released the 2021 race poster Thursday, featuring a runner surrounded by stained glass depictions of Spokane, Paris, Rome and other international cities.
Spokane residents have three more days to make an everlasting mark on their city.
The city of Spokane will reduce recycling collection to every other week starting in May.
There was a young woman on a cellphone in a cost-conscious restaurant where I dine when I stumbled into downtown Spokane at lunchtime. A female companion was seated next to the woman on the phone and held her free hand.
The Jensen-Byrd Co. has had a long history in Spokane and former salesman Don Mittelstadt was there for 47 years of it.
This year when my husband asked what I wanted to do for my birthday, I was ready.“Nothing,” I said. “And I know just the place to do it.”
The first day of spring is only 24 23 days away, making it time to think about organizing spring chores and projects to get ready for warmer weather.
Growing up on a dairy farm north of Deer Park, Mike Reiter, 68, spent plenty of time around cattle, and there were always a few horses in the barn.“But we were never cowboys,” he said.That’s why one year he was a bit puzzled by his father’s Christmas gift.
Being a firefighter is an unpredictable business. Crews can be kept running from call to call or go hours between calls. On Feb. 18, the entire Spokane Valley Fire Department scrambled to respond to two fires called in only 10 minutes apart.
The atmospheric river that swept through Washington state late Sunday night through Monday of this week was packed with more than wind gusts and rain. It was also packed with irony.
Pipelines are the safest way to transport oil.
Every night after the lights go out in the McCarthey Athletic Center, shadowed, flat figures remain seated inside the Kennel.
Spokane Valley deputies responded to a shooting Wednesday evening that left a man with life-threatening wounds, according to a Spokane County Sheriff’s Office news release.
Police suspect two young adults and a 17-year-old boy burglarized a man’s home early Wednesday morning before shooting at him and hiding, according to a Spokane Police Department news release.
In 2021 so far, Spokane police have responded to triple the number of shootings recorded in the same nearly two-month period in either 2020, 2019 or 2018, according to data provided by the Spokane Police Department.
Police suspect a man choked a woman and then shot into her apartment early Tuesday morning.
Despite a decline in COVID-19 cases in Spokane County, health officials are asking for vigilance in following public health guidance with the possibility of more contagious variants at the region's doorstep.
A 69-year-old Spokane Valley man died in a multiple-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon when a suspected drunken driver hit his car head on, according to an Idaho State Police news release.
Avista Utilities is reshuffling its infrastructure on the south side of downtown, opening up opportunities for redevelopment and public space along Post Street and Third Avenue that planners aim to take advantage of.
The Garland Theater in Spokane has been operating since 1945 and, though it’s been closed temporarily before, owner Katherine Fritchie said she believes the COVID-related closure has been the theater’s longest in more than 75 years.
State financial aid offers lifeline to Washington students during crisis
Amber Webber lost her job when COVID-19 hit Washington early last year.