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Post Falls rallied from a two-touchdown deficit in the final 6 minutes only to watch the visiting Titans march 80 yards in about 45 seconds for the game-winning touchdown in a 43-37 victory.
About the only thing that slowed Coeur d’Alene’s offense was Coeur d’Alene’s offense. But that didn’t derail the Vikings, who beat Gonzaga Prep at home 28-14.
New Sandpoint football coach Ryan Knowles was busy after a recent practice placing decals on helmets. “I’m going to go paint the field when I’m done,” he said.
Kale Edwards connected with Colbey Nosworthy on an 8-yard touchdown pass with 57.9 seconds left and visiting Coeur d’Alene beat Rigby 29-26 after trailing by 19 in the third quarter.
Sometimes good things happen when trees come crashing down in a garden. Such is the case for Russ and Sara Weaver-Lundberg.
The Good Roads Association proposed a sweeping $30 million plan to build permanent hard-surfaced roads all over the state.
When the Spokane Empire ceased operations after the 2017 season, head coach Adam Shackleford thought his 35-year streak of involvement in football was coming to an end. He had held nearly every title – player, assistant coach, personnel director, offensive coordinator, head coach – but he wondered if it was time to stay on the sideline with his family firmly settled in Spokane.
The season is winding down in arena football leagues across the country but not in Spokane. The franchise – known as the Shock for the first 10 seasons in arenafootball2 and the Arena Football League and the Empire for two seasons in the Indoor Football League – shuttered last July for financial reasons. The organization’s 12-year run was long by most arena franchise standards, but not long enough for its diehard fans.
Terrance Sanders experienced numerous ups and downs during his lengthy arena football career. That’s continued in his post-football life.
Life in Spokane without Arena football.
A Millwood company discharged more pollution into the Spokane River than its permits allowed on several days over the past two years.
On state Highway 127, between Dusty and Dodge – if you can call them that – a handful of silos punctuate a whole lot of rolling wheat fields. That’s about it. A car may show itself on the 27 miles of pavement, but the odds are low.
Fort George Wright was chosen as the site of an army hospital for treating soldiers injured in the European war.
There are good people in our midst who will go to their graves saying this is the Inland Empire, not the Inland Northwest.
A charter member of the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame, as well as a member of the Inland Empire Hall of Fame, Jerry Hendren, 70, died Feb. 26.
The Rising Strong program is working to keep Spokane families together by providing a lift to parents struggling with drug addiction and other barriers.
Under Antony Chiang’s leadership, Empire Health Foundation has developed a reputation for big-picture thinking. The foundation is tackling issues such as childhood obesity and access to health care.
The Inland Empire Veterans United group is wrapping up its annual food drive and it still needs donations of food that will be given to homeless veterans.
Modernization – from high-rises to highways – is threatening many of the Incan ruins scattered around Lima, Peru.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s Apple Cup week. The game for college football supremacy in the Evergreen State. And, for the second consecutive year, for the Pac-12 North title and a berth in the conference championship – at least for Washington State. The stakes are about as high as they can get. Read on.