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Carol Williams has always been a force for community connection. She knows the names of every kid who lives on her street, her neighbors’ dogs, and their life stories.
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Worried about running out of books to read? You’re in luck. Althought they are still closed to the public, local stores are now offering curbside pick-up services.
No storytime collection of voices from Spokane would be complete without the addition of the voice of the Gonzaga men’s basketball on KHQ: Greg Heister.
Shoppers at the Costco on East Sprague in Spokane Valley walked Monday past the place where they expected to find toilet paper. They found the bundles of paper towels and cases of bottled water but all of the outhouse necessaries were sold out.
During the free workshop at Wishing Tree Books, young writers will write and decorate their own book.
This is kind of a show-and-tell article.
While the trade agreements President Donald Trump signed earlier this week with China, Mexico and Canada may not be everything Washington farmers hoped for, most analysts believe the deals will at least provide a level of certainty moving forward.
The city is offering free curbside pickup of discarded Christmas trees. Residents who celebrated the holiday with fresh-cut trees can leave them beside their trash and recycling bins on regularly scheduled pickup days.
Appetizers are an essential part of holiday entertaining. They kick off the communal feel with guests grazing about while sipping on cocktails and chatting. Plus, they buy you some extra time for finishing touches on dinner prep.
A Nov. 29 crash shined a light on Oregon’s immigrant farm workers, the driving force behind the state’s $121 million Christmas tree industry, the nation’s largest.
There can be endless debate about the best time to set up a Christmas tree, but the symbols of holiday cheer can pose an often-unheeded danger to people with asthma or allergies that means they might want to keep a live tree in the house only about a week.
Christmas Tree Elegance, an annual event held by the Spokane Symphony Associates, is in its 37th year at the Historic Davenport Hotel and River Park Square.
While people aplenty were glued to their iPhones and laptops and/or recovering from Thanksgiving weekend on Cyber Monday, the volunteers of Christmas Tree Elegance were busy installing 18 trees to begin another successful year of fundraising.
As a growing crowd waited for the 3,000 feet of Christmas lights to shine on Spokane’s Christmas tree, revelers sipped hot chocolate and negotiated the best spots next to portable heaters.
On Saturday the city will light up a 63-foot spruce in Riverfront Park. The free celebration starts at 4 p.m. with a visit from Santa, children’s crafts and performances from groups like Spokane Civic Theatre, Company Ballet School and Spokane Symphony Chorale. The tree lighting ceremony will start at 6:25 p.m.
This year’s Washington apple crop will be one of the largest in history, according to the latest figures from the Washington State Tree Fruit Association.
Books spilled from dozens of boxes and towered in stacks on shelves. Janelle Smith was in her element.
Tree House Joint is a cannabis-friendly, 21-and-older bed and breakfast in Monroe, Wash.
The surprise snowstorm that hit the region Wednesday may be just the beginning of a worrisome stretch for what was shaping up to be the second-largest apple harvest in Washington history. The cold weather could also cause issues for homeowners and gardeners.