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Monday, September 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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100 years ago in Spokane: City considers blimp passenger service

The Spokane Chamber of Commerce discussed an exciting new possibility — a Spokane “airship charter” for passenger flights to Seattle, Tacoma and Portland.


Altering Spokane Park Board authority in wake of U.S. Pavilion flap would undo century of independence

City Council President Ben Stuckart said no formal proposal is on the table to alter the uniquely Spokane form of governing the park system, but concerns over early designs featuring …


100 years ago in Spokane: Parks leader hopes to spark museum with pioneer relics stuffed in his garage

The seed of a Spokane civic museum was planted in a vacant storeroom at 827 W. Riverside. Aubrey L. White, Spokane’s well-known parks leader, had collected “various specimens and curios …


Farm honors Spokane legacy

If you’ve ever floated down the Little Spokane River between St. George’s School and the Rutter Parkway Bridge, you’ve probably seen the Montvale Farm house. It’s the tall white home …


Farm honors Spokane legacy

If you’ve ever floated down the Little Spokane River between St. George’s School and the Rutter Parkway Bridge, you’ve probably seen the Montvale Farm house. It’s the tall white home …