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Spokane Arts announced its third and final round of Spokane Arts Grants Awards for the year, with nine local artists and organizations receiving a total of $41,827 from the nonprofit arts advocacy group. The nine proposals from a pool of 28 will use the monies to fund projects in literature, dance, education, painting, therapeutic arts, storytelling and music.
After a fire broke out at Inland Empire Paper Company Wednesday evening firefighters were quickly able to contain the flames.
When most people think about fires put out by the fire department, house, apartment or wildland fires come to mind. But crews with the Spokane Valley Fire Department are regularly called on to put out vehicle fires.
When a lifelong heart condition became worse, Donny Jones, who lives near Seattle, knew by June that he'd be heading to Spokane. Yearly talks with his cardiologist convinced him this city held his best option for robotic mitral valve repair. Jones' recent echocardiogram signaled it was time to see Dr. Branden Reynolds.
The latest effort to fight an expansion from three to five county commissioners, a freeholder and new charter process won't go forward after two of the current county commissioners withheld support for the proposal, saying there didn't appear to be strong backing from the public.
Airway Heights Corrections Center reported 64 new COVID cases Tuesday, nearly 10 times the number of cases the facility has recorded since the start of the pandemic.
With new restrictions handed down from the state, local restaurants and bars have found themselves scrambling for tents, heaters and most notably space to provide their customers comfortable and safe outdoor dining. As the mandates change, sometimes weekly, there is one thing that stays steadfast.
It's not like you have to wait until the actual day to indulge, but if you want to celebrate National Cookie Day the right way, consider grabbing a cookie on Friday. The holiday was born in 1987 when Matt Nader of San Francisco's Blue Chip Cookie Co. declared Dec. 4 as the day to celebrate cookies in all their various flavors and forms.
The Spokane Indians will be featured by the National Baseball Hall of Fame at 11 a.m. Thursday as part of an event called Virtual Voices of the Game.
Spokane County Commissioners authorized a new work group to study the costs of purchasing body cameras and digital evidence storage, a proposal that has the Sheriff's support, but could cost more than $600,000 a year.
Do you or a neighbor go all out with holiday displays? Does your street do up the holidays right? Do you just love that place with the thousands of lights synced to Christmas music? We want to hear about it. Visit our holiday light map online and enter the coordinates in our mapping program.
It was more than just a toothache.
Just days after some 50 Christmas trees were stolen from a local hardware store, the Spokane Police Department said it has arrested the real life “Grinch” who stole them.
The Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office declined to file charges Tuesday against an officer with a U.S. Marshals’ task force who shot an armed fugitive in September.
Outside their own geographic pockets, players for the Spokane Chiefs haven’t spent much time with their teammates during this prolonged offseason.
Monday Spokane County Commissioners voted to on three taxes, a road shift, a small increase in land conservation taxes and a small increase in general fund property taxes.
As part of Major League Baseball’s reorganization of the minor leagues after the expiration of the Professional Baseball Agreement earlier this fall, things will look a little different for the eight-team Pioneer League – headquartered in Spokane with teams in Idaho, Montana, Utah and Colorado – when baseball can safely resume during or after the pandemic.
The Spokane County Library District will close curbside service until noon on Thursday after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The Intermodal Center continues to be a financial sinkhole for the city of Spokane.
State Sno-Park permits became required on Mount Spokane as of Tuesday.