A statue of a suffragette in downtown Coeur d’Alene has been defaced, with yellow graffiti covering the woman’s face, an X over her sign demanding women’s right to vote and the words “BETA MALES” scrawled at her base, police said.
COLFAX – On a modest square plaque outside St. Ignatius Hospital in Colfax, a Latin inscription recalls the derelict 1893 building’s mission: CHARITAS CHRISTI URGET NOS, or, roughly, “The love of Christ impels us.”
The girl told her mother a man driving pulled up and offered to buy her for $1,000, Huffman said. When the girl said no, the man started talking to a different group of minors near Glass Park, then left.
A year into the coronavirus pandemic, I think even the most avowed homebodies have developed more of an appetite for mundane outings. But for me, the past few months of the shutdowns have been doubly jarring: After 10 years in Redding, California, I moved to Spokane and started a new job in the midst of it all.
Washington health officials sounded the alarm on accelerating case counts ahead of the holidays, warning that tightened restrictions might be necessary to keep the hospitals and health care system afloat going forward.
After a tumultuous two days during which the Spokane Regional Health District’s administrator tried to fire him, Spokane County’s health officer released a statement Saturday saying he doesn’t plan to resign and has hired a lawyer to resist the “troubling” move.
Northwest senators on Saturday came out with largely partisan responses to President Donald Trump’s latest nominee for the Supreme Court, either condemning the quick bid to fill longtime liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat or touting potential successor Amy Coney Barrett’s accomplishments, depending on their political party.