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The Spokane Chamber of Commerce discussed an exciting new possibility — a Spokane “airship charter” for passenger flights to Seattle, Tacoma and Portland.
The Spokane Chamber of Commerce ordered a “war survey” to determine how many fighting men could be mustered from the “Inland Empire.”
From our archives, 100 years ago The secretary of the National Audubon Society addressed the Spokane Bird Club and asked the club to protest the drainage of Malheur Lake in Oregon.
A husband in a divorce proceeding refuted his wife’s charge that he was drunk all the time — including at the birth of their baby.
From our archives, 100 years ago The Chamber of Commerce’s tourism committee recommended a plan to make Mount Spokane a top tourist attraction.
From our archives, 100 years ago A mass meeting of Spokane’s many unemployed men got rowdy at Central Christian Church.
From our archives, 100 years ago A century before the era of Uber, Spokane was trying to deal with a new and unlicensed form of public transportation – the jitney bus.
It was the Summer of Love all over again. At least it seemed like it for a few warm hours Saturday evening on the grassy tableau at Spokane’s Grant Park.
Rich Hadley plans to leave his 20-year career leading the region’s largest chamber of commerce. He will step down in April. Hadley, 66, became chief executive officer and president of Greater Spokane Chamber of Commerce in 1993. In 2007, the business-advocacy group changed its name to Greater Spokane Incorporated.