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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spokane County approves stadium funds

Spokane County will soon start design work on $2.8 million worth of baseball stadium improvements required by a lease that pays $15,000 a year. County commissioners unanimously appropriated $10,000 Tuesday to begin the design of a new concession building and other improvements at county-owned Avista Stadium.

County OK’s money for Avista Stadium upgrades

Spokane County soon will start design work on $2.8 million worth of baseball stadium improvements required by a lease that pays $15,000 a year. County commissioners unanimously appropriated $10,000 Tuesday to begin the design of a new concession building and other improvements at county-owned Avista Stadium.

New members to be added to Rim

A father-daughter organist team and a former Spokane County commissioner are the next to be honored on the Spokane Indians' Rim of Fame at Avista Stadium, the team announced Wednesday. Norm Thue started at the stadium when it opened in 1958, playing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" and leading cheers like "charge!" When he left, his daughter Normalu Cooper took over and was the organist until 1992. Cooper will attend Tuesday's season-opening Indians game for the Rim of Honor ceremony.

50 Years of Avista Stadium

Fifty years after its construction, Avista Stadium got its biggest renovation of its life during the baseball off-season.