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In their only in-person debate of the election season, the congresswoman and her Democratic challenger sparred over the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic and wildfires. McMorris Rodgers also reiterated her desire for closer government regulation of social media based on perceived election year bias.
Spokane County Commissioner Candidates Josh Kerns, Ted Cummings clashed over union negotiations and whether Kerns should have called on Rep. Matt Shea to resign.
The painting event doubles as a fundraiser for the station.
Attendees can paint “Purple Mountains Majesty” on Thursday at Pinot’s Palette.
Ticket and alcohol sales from the Pinot’s Palette event go to the station.
It took 43 minutes to distribute the 300 tickets available for U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ Town Hall meeting scheduled for Thursday. The tickets were distributed through an event planning website. Those who got tickets still must show proof of residency within McMorris Rodgers’ 5th Congressional District at the door. Tickets became available at 10 a.m. Tuesday. They were gone at 10:43 a.m.
When Paula Kerger took over as president and chief executive officer of PBS in 2006, Netflix was a year away from introducing streaming shows and Facebook was only available to college and high school students.
Gary Stokes is president and general manager of
Enjoy a morning of active play for kids and meet Bob the Builder, Daniel Tiger from Mr. Rogers Neighborhood, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Aqua Duck and the FitKids. There will be activities for every age, including parachute games, gigantic beach balls, banana races, hula hoops and more.
Three Spokane episodes of Antiques Roadshow will kick off the 20th season of the popular PBS television show on Monday.
The usually monolithic Spokane County Commission showed signs of cracking Tuesday as Shelly O’Quinn and Todd Mielke took colleague Al French to task for using a monthly TV program to highlight a ballot measure that would increase taxes for bus service. French said the program was meant to be informational, not an endorsement or condemnation of the proposed 0.3 percent sales tax increase that would fund several proposed Spokane Transit Authority projects through 2025.
Thomas the Tank Engine will be pulling into River Park Square on Saturday. He’ll be there for pictures with little ones, as well as some fun.
When you meet Mary Ann Wilson, it’s hard to believe this shy woman has for nearly 30 years led a fitness revolution from a chair in the KSPS public television studio on the South Hill. Wilson, a registered nurse, is the creator of “Sit and Be Fit” – a half-hour medically based exercise program focusing on slow, gentle movement for older adults. All the exercises can be done from a chair.
Know someone with a crush on Curious George? Here’s a chance to blow their mind.
W hen Gary Stokes moved to Spokane in 2011 to become executive director of the Friends of KSPS, he never dreamed he’d be back running a television station. But that’s where he finds himself.