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Inland Northwest Partners and Avista Corp. have launched SizeUp Inland NW, a market research tool to support growth of small and medium-sized businesses in the region.
Few spectators have been able to attend sporting events during the pandemic. Since you can’t go to the games, we’ve decided to bring a game to you. An Inland Northwest sports trivia game, to be precise.
Spokane is in for more snow and lower temperatures than average this winter. And while it might be a snow-lover’s dream, it could have consequences amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Though temperatures are still high, it is now officially fall, which means it's time to start thinking about getting cozy. Need inspiration? Stop by the third-annual Quilt Show, which opens Friday at the Inland Northwest Railroad Museum and continues through Sunday.
When Dawn Wolski left her South Hill home en route to the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture on Saturday afternoon, it appeared that life was imitating art. The sky was hazy and smoky. The air quality was hazardous. However, the general and artistic director of Inland Northwest Opera braved the elements.
When Inland Northwest Opera general director Dawn Wolski heard about the statewide restrictions on live entertainment announced last week, she feared the worst for Opera Gram, the opera’s fledgling performance-by-appointment program.
2020’s first widespread heatwave brought more than intense heat to a large portion of the southern U.S. this week, as high humidity catapulted the heat index into the triple digits.
The idea of launching a business during a global pandemic might seem counterintuitive to some, but for Spokane residents Mariah Brooks and Gary Bailey, it’s providing an opportunity to follow their dream.
Summer days at Camp Sweyolakan will look a bit different this year because of COVID-19, but organizers say the multiple safety adjustments are worth bringing kids some normalcy.
With the calendar turning to July next week, the first half of 2020 is almost over.
Local organizations have been awarded $1.4 million from the USDA to prepare boxes of fresh produce and other food to deliver as part of the national Farmers to Families Food Box program.
Like many leaders in the performing arts world, Inland Northwest Opera general director Dawn Wolski has spent a majority of the past six weeks brainstorming with colleagues and trying to map out the steps necessary for producing live opera again in the community.
The Inland Northwest Early Learning Alliance has been a champion of early learning in Spokane since 2006. As supporters of early childhood education, we are concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on child care.
Crafters armed with sewing machines are helping medical personnel and first responders by making masks at home.
When Wanda Clifford first started coming around the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council three decades ago it was “definitely an old boys club.”
The need for regional blood donations is at a critical level, with some blood types down to less than a two-day supply, says Vitalant, formerly Inland Northwest Blood Center. Federal and state officials are emphasizing that blood donations are safe as long as a person has had no COVID-19 symptoms or contact with a person who may have it.
Inland Northwest Opera announces its 20th anniversary season, including a tragic favorite reset in the Prohibition era and a lighthearted, absurd comedy on the lake.
This year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Tuesday, which means the holiday kicks off the weekend before and continues through March 17.
Dance lovers, sashay your way to Spokane Community College on Saturday. DanceFest celebrates its 20th year with a day of classes and performances, and festival coordinator Gail Bongiovanni promises lots of variety.
On Valentine’s Day morning, Mother Nature surprised drivers heading to work in Bozeman with a blast of snow and wind that abruptly transformed relatively clear skies into blizzard conditions.