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Sunday, August 18, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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New giant plane to launch people, cargo into orbit

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and aerospace pioneer Burt Rutan announced today they’re building a giant airplane and spaceship to zip people and cargo into orbit.


Traces of historic trans-America route still found in Spokane

Most people in the Inland Northwest have never heard of the Three Flags Highway – until now. If you call up a Google map, you will find it running through …


Cash-strapped states spend thousands at Paris Air Show

As their cash-strapped governments slashed public programs and shed jobs, records show officials from at least 14 states jetted across the Atlantic in June to attend the Paris Air Show …


SCC lands share of aerospace grant

Spokane Community College’s Air Washington Program – a consortium of 14 colleges, two aerospace companies and an apprenticeship committee – will be awarded a $20 million grant, the U.S. Department …


SCC lands $20 million grant for aerospace training

Spokane Community College’s Air Washington Program – a consortium of 14 colleges, two aerospace companies and an apprenticeship committee – will be awarded a $20 million grant, the U.S. Department …


Murray meets with aerospace interests

A 10-year tango over the Air Force tanker contract dances on, leaving Spokane aerospace interests to anticipate potential effects. Those aerospace interests gathered Thursday in Spokane to meet with Sen. …


Gregoire says she’s on top of Boeing dispute

Gov. Chris Gregoire said Wednesday she talks daily with Boeing Co. and International Association of Machinists officials, but she remained mum about her efforts to ease the tension between the …