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Washington Trust Bank gave the city’s skyline a new look this month with bold new paint and letters changing the name of what was the Wells Fargo building.
Investigators say a fire that forced evacuations in Post Falls on Friday was started by an illegal campfire not properly extinguished.
Emmy-winning actor Richard Thomas will entertain Spokane audiences as Atticus Finch for the touring production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” this winter.
Animals have been a part of Rena Carlson’s life for as long as she can remember.
New apartments and homes built near city bus routes will no longer need new parking spots, under rules approved by the Spokane City Council on Monday.
It’s been 30 years since Hollywood released “Benny and Joon,” which was filmed in Spokane and serves as a sort of time capsule of how the city appeared in the early 1990s.
Each week, The Spokesman-Review examines one question from the Naturalization Test immigrants must pass to become United States citizens.
Though she has always enjoyed writing, it wasn’t until recently that Samantha Fuller discovered the possibilities of journalism.