When Amanda Winchell started working at the Spokane Fire Department Training Center, she never thought her love of raising goats would intersect with her job as an office manager there.
I don’t like change.
Years ago, when I worked in a local nursery in between other jobs, one of the most common plants people came looking for was a “small tree.”
More than a dozen members of Freeman High School’s Future Business Leaders of America spent Saturday morning participating in an Adopt-A-Highway cleanup project.
The Liberty Lake Rotary Club has cancelled its annual Memorial Day breakfast fundraiser for the second year in a row, but worked to find an alternative way to raise money for Inland Northwest Honor Flight.
Cass and Rick Johnson both love to build.
The Spokane Public Library has prepared a full schedule of virtual events in May and prepared a suggested reading and movie list in honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month.
It may still be spring, but the fire danger is increasing as grass, brush and other fuels dry out. The Spokane Valley Fire Department is among the departments in the area responding to an increasing number of calls for brush fires. So far most have been small and easily managed, but that could change.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department has put a new, larger swift water rescue boat into service that will allow crews to work more easily and safely to rescue people from the Spokane River when spring water flows are high and fast.
Age hasn’t diminished their banter or their backhands.
With April's remarkably dry exit, will May bring some much needed hard rains to Washington state?
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.
The Spokane School Board approved the construction of a new $31 million sports stadium downtown and abandoned its plans to build at the current Joe Albi Stadium site in Northwest Spokane.
Spokane Public Schools appears poised for the first renaming of a school building in more than a century.
The next two days will leave Spokane with weather whiplash.
Construction crews placed the final beam on the frame of the new Gonzaga-University of Washington Medical and Health Education Research Center this week, a milestone that keeps the project on pace for its July 2022 opening date.
After owning the racetrack for 13 years, the county appears poised to sell it for $4.75 million.
Because of a recent increase in COVID-19 cases, all of West Valley High School’s 900 students were back at home Wednesday and learning remotely.
Under the guidelines, which have different attendance caps for indoor and outdoor venues, the number of permitted visitors would be increased if a "vaccinated section" were created in the facility. Such a section would require proof of vaccination to enter, and the operator would have to set up different ticketing lines in order to permit those with proof of a vaccine and those without. In that section, social distancing would not be required, but attendees would still be required to wear masks unless actively eating or drinking.
Experienced owl rescuer Tina Penny has saved multiple baby great horned owls during the last month.
Police are asking citizens to keep an eye out for an 85-year-old man with Alzheimer’s, according to a Spokane Police Department news release.
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