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Stories tagged: convention center

UPDATED: Fri., June 23, 2017

Zags edge Huskies 111-106 in Hoopfest alumni game

In case you were wondering, Mike Hart still chases down offensive and defensive rebounds, Erroll Knight can still rise and J.P. Batista still finishes down low.

Gonzaga men’s and women’s players signing autographs at Hoopfest

Gonzaga men’s and women’s basketball players will be available to sign autographs on Saturday at GU’s Hoopfest booth.

Gonzaga alumni game will feature ex-Zags against former Huskies

The Gonzaga alumni basketball game that serves as the tip-off to Hoopfest weekend is back with a new wrinkle: An opponent.

Sci-fi convention coming to Spokane mired in controversy

Thousands of science fiction fans will descend on Spokane next week for what is expected to be among the largest conventions ever held in the city. The 73rd annual World …

Spokane’s first new skywalk in decades OK’d

Downtown Spokane will see the construction of its first skywalk in 20 years, and at least one Spokane City Council member hopes it’s the last. The City Council on Monday …

Room tax would help fund city projects

Financing expansion of the Spokane Convention Center and Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena may require an increase in the current room tax to raise bond funds for the $65 million in …

County money may back arena, center

Spokane County commissioners on Tuesday said they are willing to provide a financial backup on municipal bonds that will be sold to finance expansions of the Spokane Convention Center and …

$65 million tax issue called economy booster

Ten years after Spokane voters approved a major expansion of convention facilities, they are being asked to approve another one. The Spokane Public Facilities District is proposing a 10-year extension …