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Tuesday, October 15, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Golf with Jim Meehan: Wendy Ward back for more at Solheim Cup

Still in celebration mode shortly after the U.S. team’s stunning rally to win the 2015 Solheim Cup in Germany, Juli Inkster was asked if she wanted to return as captain …

G&T guest column – Bill Moos: Recalling an Edwall superstar

Recently we lost an exceptional athlete and a wonderful man. Bob Simpson passed away on May 11 at the age of 68. Bob was raised in the small farm town …

UPDATED: Thu., March 6, 2014, 8:31 a.m.

Record rainfall causes flooding, road closures

Spokane broke a 64-year-old record for daily rainfall Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Coupled with melting snow, high waters caused authorities to close some roads in outlying areas …

‘Driving for Autism’ down Route 66

A former Edwall, Wash., resident is hoping to get more than kicks on a road trip down America’s (former) Main Street. Nathan Taylor is in the middle of a weeklong …

Edwall, Wash., man invents paper-based data storage device

Andrew DePaula credits divine inspiration for his invention, a technology that turns a sheet of paper into a flash drive that can store and transfer computer files. DePaula, 40, said …

Train derailment repair deadline set

Repairs to parts of State Route 231 at Edwall that were damaged in a train derailment last week will not be completed until Friday, the Washington State Patrol reported.

Track, roads under repair after derailment

The main railroad between Seattle and Spokane is back open, following a derailment.