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University of Washington professor Anu Taranath will explore cultural perceptions and the role of hairstyles and beauty in a discussion of race and gender bias at Spokane Community College’s Hagan Center.
The city of Spokane will reduce recycling collection to every other week starting in May.
Being a firefighter is an unpredictable business. Crews can be kept running from call to call or go hours between calls. On Feb. 18, the entire Spokane Valley Fire Department scrambled to respond to two fires called in only 10 minutes apart.
The Spokane Youth Sports Association is taking steps toward offering sports again, but the COVID-19 pandemic has nixed any games or tournaments.
Dotty Johnson has a photograph of herself with arms stretched behind eight of nine grandchildren. All of them, ages nearly 6 to 18, serve as Johnson's motivation to join in a weekly program to improve her blood pressure.
Pipelines are the safest way to transport oil.
The city of Spokane could soon transform part of a former environmental wasteland into a solar energy generator.
The Western Hockey League released its U.S. Division schedule on Wednesday, and aside from the limited number of games and opponents, it looks just about how a schedule would look in a normal season.
Food is love, an art dedicated to fulfilling the needs of others. And with any form of art comes vulnerability. With chef and restaurateur Adam Hegsted, it’s easy to disassociate his passion from his Inland Northwest empire.
Mt. Spokane 3, Central Valley 1: Tia Allen notched 24 kills and two blocks and the Wildcats (2-0) beat the visiting Bears (0-2) 22-25, 25-10, 25-17, 26-24 in a Greater Spokane League 4A/3A match on Tuesday.
The Spokane County Library District is reopening library buildings to the public early next month.
The Spokane Indians dugout will have a decidedly veteran presence this season.
I’m an eternal optimist despite being a lifelong journalist, and I am in a hopeful mood with the positive news that has recently seasoned Spokane’s culinary scene. It’s a baby step, but I am relieved that restaurants have been allowed to reopen at 25% capacity again.
Like last year when the coronavirus made waves through Washington, two longtime community events in Spokane – the St. Patrick’s Day parade and the Spokane Lilac Festival – won’t happen in the coming months due to COVID-19 concerns.
Khalil Winfrey kept his promise. A sprint champion at Rogers High School, Winfrey was on the fast track out of Hillyard with a scholarship to the University of Washington. But before he left for Seattle in the fall of 2016, Winfrey paid a visit to the office of Rogers Principal Lori Wyborney. “I’ll be back,” he told her. “Because I want to help these kids.”
Spokane police have arrested a man accused of stealing a catalytic converter from a used car dealership Monday amid a recent spree of similar thefts citywide.
Emergency responders rescued a man Monday after he fell approximately 19 feet in a grain elevator at a local processing plant, according to the Spokane Valley Fire Department.
East Valley Middle School in the East Valley School District in Spokane Valley has announced its first-semester honor roll for the 2020-21 school year. Eligible students are listed alphabetically by grade and GPA.
As was the case during state and federal campaigns last year, candidates for city office are planning virtual events while weighing the risks of what were once staples of election season, such as knocking on residents’ doors.
There is broad consensus that, in comparison to the proposed agreement voted down last year, the new proposal announced earlier this month would enhance the powers of the department’s civilian watchdog while improving officer salaries. But whether it matches the level of oversight called for in the City Charter remains up for debate.