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News >  Spokane

Spokane Arena still paying off after 18 years

As the final seconds ticked away, an unguarded Freddie Owens caught a pass and sank a 3-pointer to launch Wisconsin past Tulsa and into the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet Sixteen. The heroics capped a slate of college basketball games at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in March 2003, the first time the city played host to the tournament.

News >  Spokane

WSU students get coupons for breast augmentation

MOSCOW, Idaho – The deals on page 67 of the Student Survival Guide coupon book distributed at Washington State University this fall include 50-cents-per-hole golfing at the Airway Hills par-3 course east of Pullman and a 2-for-1 deal at Insanewich in Moscow. Flip to page 69, however, and you’ll find a bra-and-panties-clad female torso and an offer for $1,000 off a breast augmentation at Moscow’s Linea Cosmetic Surgery.
News >  Spokane

Spokane startup Beardbrand focuses on men’s style

If anyone were qualified to launch a business like Beardbrand, it would be Eric Bandholz. An entrepreneur and former Merrill Lynch analyst, Bandholz has a business degree from the University of South Carolina and a well-groomed, 6-inch red beard paired with a mustache that covers his mouth as he talks.