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Friday, November 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Dutch’s building sold to Bobby Brett, Spokane Chiefs owner

Bobby Brett, owner of the Spokane Indians baseball team and Spokane Chiefs hockey team, and investor Chris Batten have purchased the historic Dutch’s building at 415 W. Main Ave. The …


Clark: Dutch’s needs help packing Singer’s last gift

I figured the last word had been written on Dutch’s. After all, Spokane’s near-century-old downtown pawnshop and music store will be closing its doors forever at October’s end. I was …


Clark: Dutch’s pawnshop will close, but Gary Singer will live on

By October’s end, Dutch’s Inc., Spokane’s landmark downtown pawnshop and music store, will be history.


Doug Clark: Singer set tone of humor, humility at Dutch’s

Saying Gary Singer ran a pawnshop is like saying the Clocktower’s just a timepiece. Singer was a larger-than-life Spokane original. And you didn’t have to patronize his landmark family business …


Singer, 66, owner of Dutch’s shop, dies

Gary Singer, owner and operator of downtown musical instruments store Dutch’s Inc., died Friday. He was 66. Singer joined the family-run pawnshop and musical instrument store in 1971. He left …


Singer, owner of pawn and music shop Dutch’s, dies

Gary Singer, owner and operator of downtown musical instruments store Dutch’s Inc., died early this morning. He was 66.