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Incumbents Bob Fish and Michele Veale face challenges from Vanessa Robinson and Rachelle Ottosen for their seats on the Community Library Network board of trustees, a body controlling a roughly $7 million budget and a seven-library system with branches in Rathdrum, Post Falls, Hayden and more.
A Pierce County man is loved on Instagram, but hated by his neighbors.
The building used by Spokane Falls Community College’s photography program dates back more than 90 years ago as the dispensary for Fort George Wright.
Virtual concerts and comedy shows don't have the impact of live performance. However, theater, which doesn't break the fourth wall, is another story. That's what Jeremy Whittington discovered during the pandemic
New Eastern Washington head coach David Riley needed an experienced and proven scorer, so he signed Central Arkansas transfer and All-Southland Conference guard Rylan Bergesen earlier this month.
When protests began in a Minneapolis suburb after a white police officer fatally shot a Black man, 21-year-old Fatumata Kromah took to the street, pushing for change she says is essential to her Liberian immigrant community.
A number of colleges and universities throughout the U.S., including Cornell and Duke universities, have announced they will require students to get the COVID-19 vaccine to attend during the upcoming fall semester.
Spokane’s Stage Left Theater is one of 12 community theaters across the U.S. chosen to present a play at the American Association of Community Theatre’s virtual festival AACTFest 2021.
Caregivers in Spokane want to hear from youth about a new website and curriculum – Work2BeWell.org – designed to give teens tools in battling anxiety, depression and other mental health issues.
The young chocolate Lab had no collar, no microchip and no owner calling in to find him when Spokane County Regional Animal Protective Services officers lifted him from the side of the road.
The mural taking shape on the brick-red wall of Global Neighborhood Thrift on Trent Avenue has been months, if not years, in the making, said Laura Truitt, a professor of art at Gonzaga University.
YANGON, Myanmar — Myanmar’s junta on Saturday announced it pardoned and released more than 23,000 prisoners to mark the traditional Thingyan New Year holiday, but it wasn’t immediately clear if they included pro-democracy activists who were detained in the wake of the military’s seizure of power in February.
One man is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was shot during a robbery at an apartment complex near Spokane Falls Community College Wednesday afternoon, police said.
Special occasions are often celebrated with a fancy and elaborate meal. Perhaps reservations are made at a favorite steakhouse for a birthday or a seafood restaurant for an anniversary.
Opening the spring series, retired UW Professor Carlos Gil will discuss Mexican immigration, drawing on his 30 years of experience teaching Latin American history and his own family’s story.
Community drew Diana Totten to Malden – the way everyone waves to each other as they drive down the street; how kids can safely ride their bikes around town; and the willingness of others to offer a helping hand.
We love craft breweries, but, amid all the hype and praise we shower on our favorite breweries, people sometimes forget about another great entry point into the world of craft beer: the local beer bar.
The Zags might have lost, but fans kept cheering to the end.
Seeking to overcome vaccine hesitancy, the Biden administration on Thursday stepped up its outreach efforts to skeptical Americans, launching a coalition of community, religious and celebrity partners to promote COVID-19 shots in hard-hit communities.
Spring is coming to Liberty Lake, which means it’s time to sign up for garden plots and the goats are back in town to eat weeds from hard-to-reach areas in the city’s parks and golf courses.