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Before David Evjen understood the nuance of wheelchair basketball, he miscalculated.
As if managing a high school civics class wasn’t stimulating enough, along came COVID-19 and one of the most contentious election seasons in history.
Charles Eglet, 31, used Snapchat to communicate with two girls, ages 14 and 15, whom he raped in summer 2018. A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Eglet to 22 years in prison and a lifetime of supervised release.
Halle Caviness is graduating with the Ferris High School Class of 2020
Monday found artist Tom Pettoello at Ferris High School, where the football field came to life like some gigantic yearbook page. The school logo, in red and white (or scarlet and silver, perhaps), appeared above hundreds of names in foot-high white lettering.
Ferris High School senior Will Clements had no reason to expect anything but an unceremonious end to his school experience without a prom. Instead, he got to distance and dance with a date in front of The Jonas Brothers, Chance the Rapper and Billie Eilish, all thanks to John Krasinski of television hit The Office.
Cole Omlin has taken the reigns to his athletic career. This track star knows exactly where he is meant to be, and that is at Texas Tech. Our Taylor Brooks caught up with this future Masked Raider as he continues his journey to his collegiate career.
The COVID-19 pandemic has stolen so much from this year’s senior class, it felt good to finally get something back. For the class of 2020 at Ferris High School, it came in the form of a yard sign.
After the COVID-19 pandemic halted the 57th year of Ham on Regal at Ferris High School, the “baker’s dozen” of involved parents, as they call themselves, wanted to stay connected. Bryan Rhodes decided he could create a miniature drive-in theater behind his home near Moran Prairie Elementary.
Classes were in session Tuesday at Ferris High School despite a social media threat that prompted a reassuring message to parents the previous night from Principal Ken Schutz.
Charles J. Eglet, 30, faces a potential prison sentence of about 22 years after pleading guilty to production of child pornography and online enticement of a minor on Wednesday. A federal judge will decide the length of his sentence May 21.
Extra counselors are at Ferris High School today to help students and staff after the death of 2019 graduate Kellen Erickson, 19, who died in a crash on Thursday.
The day before a former assistant football coach at Ferris High School was arrested in 2018 for convincing a 15-year-old Moses Lake girl to meet him at Northern Quest Resort & Casino, federal documents allege he enticed a 14-year-old Spokane girl to engage in a “commercial sex act.”
She’s a National Advanced Placement Scholar with a near-perfect Scholastic Aptitude Test score who found time to organize a sleeping bag drive for the homeless, teach computer skills to the elderly and serve on the Chase Youth Commission.
Extra Spokane police officers were stationed at Ferris High School on Monday in response to two threats posted on social media over the weekend.
As Carly Crooks strides down the hallways of Ferris High School, she looks around to the places where she’s accomplished so much.
In Spokane and elsewhere, there are more professionals than ever working in schools.
While he was originally arrested last year on state charges, federal prosecutors have now charged a former Ferris high school coach in a six-count indictment on charges involving sex trafficking, enticing and production of child pornography.
It all started over a tattoo and a pair of sneakers. Records released this past week by Spokane Public Schools reveal what started the Jan. 24 altercation that prompted a lockdown at Ferris High School, injured three staff members, raised questions about the hiring of a school resource officer and fueled concerns about implicit racial bias.
Ferris High School graduate Alyssa Waggoner, a college student in San Diego with family still in Spokane, will appear as a contestant in the March 20 episode of the CBS show “Let’s Make a Deal.”