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Photo galleries tagged: family

2019 Mazda6

2018 Honda Accord

Behind the scenes at Southcare Animal Medical Center

Bbehind the scenes sat Southcare Animal Medical Center on the South Hill with Dr. Greg Benoit, who owns the practice, as well as Dr. Susan Wada.

2018 Honda Accord Hybrid

2018 Mazda6

Post Falls Food Bank

Free summer meals for Spokane kids in low-income areas end for the season on Friday as school employees regroup for the start of classes on Aug. 30. For some families …

Evergreen Fountains expansion

Evergreen Fountains, a senior living facility in Spokane Valley, recently completed an $8 million expansion that includes a 61,700 square foot residential building that includes apartments and cottages, a skywalk …

Coeur Community Closet at Coeur d’Alene High School

Paula Lyon and Polly Melendez are the coordinators of Coeur Community Closet at Coeur d’Alene High School. Students get to pick out clothes for their Senior Project Presentations and get …

Noble Brewer

Noble Brewer has lived 106 years with life in motion. Brewer marked his birthday Friday, receiving a tribute during a music program at Garden Plaza of Post Falls, where he’s …

Repurposing family heirlooms

Terry Rathbun and Anna Henry have Roots of Silver, crafting antique silverware into piece of jewelry they sell or do at request of families. As part of that, they’ll do …

Valentine’s Coloring Contest 2018

We have our winners!

Holly Lane Tree Farm

More than a dozen Spokane-area u-cut Christmas tree farms sell a variety of evergreens – from Blue Spruce to Frasier Fir. Families return year after year for what’s become traditions, …

Second Harvest school food study

In fall 2014, a $300,000 grant launched a three-year pilot nutritional outreach program through Second Harvest at three Spokane schools sites: Lidgerwood, Bemiss and Trent elementary schools. These sites have …

100 years of the Radio Flyer

The iconic red wagon turns 100 this month. To celebrate, we asked our readers to share photos of their familes enjoying their Radio Flyers.

Your aging parents’ stuff

Estate sales line up yesteryear’s valuables: china, silver, collectibles, oak furniture, 1980s geese decor. Increasingly, adult children of aging parents don’t want — or can’t fit — all that stuff. …


Spokesman-Review reporter Azaria Podplesky went to Silverwood for the first time in June, accompanied by a friend who had been a frequent visitor to the theme park in Athol. Photographer …

Water safety for summer fun

Swim lessons are offered through city and county recreation departments and at local YMCAs, the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d’Alene.

Summer camps

Summer camps offer kids outdoor adventures and new friendships, but first-time cabin dwellers might also encounter a few jitters. That can be especially true if they’ve never slept away from …

Senior Prom

Riverview Retirement Community in Spokane held a prom-themed dance last week for residents and employees, with plenty of reminiscing.

Kid Fishing Day 2015

More than 700 kids took part in the annual Kids Fishing Day event on May 2, 2015, at Clear Lake sponsored by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and …

Holiday train treat

BNSF, the railroad company, provided a treat for military families Thursday afternoon, Dec. 2, 2010, in the form of a train ride on a special combination of classic passenger cars. …

The Bridges family then

Christopher and Dejah Bridges were the subjects of a 2007 Our Kids: Our Business story about the effects of parental drug abuse on children. Today, the Bridges have recovered and …

The Bridges family now

Christopher and Dejah Bridges were the subjects of a 2007 Our Kids: Our Business story about the effects of parental drug abuse on children. Today, the bridges have recovered and …