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Samuel G. Havermale, for whom the island in Riverfront Park is named, built the first roller mill in Washington Territory in 1883. It was torn down in 1927 to make way for the railroad.
Two suspected robbers implicated an express agent with the depot as the ringleader in the theft of $10,000 in cash.
The Great Northern League and the Northeast A League have to join with other leagues in order to reach state. This year, it was tough getting through the glue for the local teams.
Brie Holecek is fairly typical of the kind of leading scorer the East Valley girls basketball program develops season after season: a sharpshooter who is just as happy to pass the ball to a teammate with a better shot.
Gaje Caro has won eight straight since his most recent injury forfeit on Jan. 4, and is aiming to be West Valley’s first individual state champion since 2016.
With the WIAA’s adjustments to classifications, the Greater Spokane League will look drastically different next year, incorporating the Great Northern League to become a 4A/3A/2A league, starting next school year.
In the late 1800s and the early 20th century, railroad entrepreneurs competed to create a seamless system, connecting every region by rail. The biggest challenge was connecting the Northwest to large Midwest cities.
For the last six years the two primary gymnasiums at West Valley High School turn into a hotbed of basketball activity for three days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve as the school, along with Lakeside High School, sponsor the Eagle Holiday Classic tournament.
A proposed merger of the region’s two largest high school sports leagues – Greater Spokane League and the Great Northern League – will move forward after the Spokane Public Schools board unanimously approved the move Wednesday night.
Named for a pharmaceutical warehouse built on the corner of Sprague and Howard in the 1890s, the Chemical Block was home to several businesses before being demolished in 1960 to build a parking garage for a nearby bank.
Roundup of Friday’s prep football action from across Eastern Washington and North Idaho.
Water, experience and maintaining quality are among the issues in the race to serve on the board that leads Spokane County’s smallest school district.
He’s used to the question. It’s one he’s heard thousands of times by now. When your name is uncommon, and Alyjouah is all of that, people are going to ask for help pronouncing it.
Coach Craig Whitney is no doubt glad his West Valley Eagles have earned a little preseason praise. The Seattle Times’ preseason rankings have them ranked No. 6 in Class 2A – as much a recognition of the team’s 31-5 record over the last three seasons as it is a prediction for the season ahead.
The strike was in support of a nationwide labor push to raise wages for railway mechanics. More Hillyard workers, including the car carpenters and other craftsmen, were scheduled to walk off the next day, bringing the total to 1,000.
E.H. Lewis made a critical mistake after crossing a railroad bridge with his car.
Roundup of Thursday’s prep golf action from across the region.
The WIAA Representative Assembly voted to pass eight amendments for the 2019-20 school year. One in particular will grab the attention of high school football fans in Eastern Washington.
Roundup of Friday’s District 7 2A boys and girls district basketball tournaments
The tiny hallway inside Great Northern School overflows with juxtapositions.