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Tickets on sale now for Spokane River Water to Wine

The event is a fundraiser for the Spokane River Forum, which promotes “regional dialogues for sustaining a healthy river system while meeting the needs of a growing population,” according to its website at

Post Falls megachurch plans expansion

Real Life Ministries, a Post Falls-based evangelical megachurch, is planning a $9 million expansion, including the construction of a 41,000-square-foot field house with three basketball courts and two lighted outdoor artificial turf fields.

Great Northwest Wine: Maryhill continues winning tradition

It has been quite a run for Maryhill Winery, and it continues for the large, family-owned winery in Washington’s Columbia Gorge. At last month’s fourth annual Cascadia Wine Competition, Maryhill earned three double gold medals, two best-of-class awards and five gold medals. This follows up a string of awards the past two years that puts the winery in rare company.

Latest honor secures Maryhill’s spot among region’s finest wineries

When Maryhill Winery opened 14 years ago, the Washington wine industry was much different. Maryhill was one of the first 125 wineries open in the state when owners Craig and Vicki Leuthold launched their winery near the remote community of Goldendale, Washington. Today, there are more than 800.

Spotlight: Best of Broadway announces next lineup

The 2011-’12 Best of Broadway season will feature the Chairman of the Board, an English nanny and a guy with a bolt in his neck. Here’s the lineup of touring shows for next season, announced Thursday by WestCoast Entertainment.