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As city expands Drumheller Springs, tribes work to improve the North Side park

For countless years, Drumheller Springs was a popular spot for wayfarers, the only location with clean, fresh water between Spokane Falls and the confluence of the Spokane and Columbia rivers …


North Central’s Justin Janke places 25th at Foot Locker cross country nationals

For 1 mile Saturday, Justin Janke ran with the lead pack at the 37th annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships in San Diego.


Top-ranked Royal defeats Colville in State 1A football quarterfinal

Colville football coach Randy Cornwell said his team had No. 1-ranked Royal well scouted. The problem was, the Knights were well prepared for the Indians, too.


Yankees power past Red Sox

Mark Teixeira and Chase Headley hit solo home runs off Koji Uehara in the ninth inning, and the New York Yankees stunned the Boston Red Sox 5-4 Thursday night in …


Tendler tends to Indians’ trends

The Spokane Indians had some shaky moments on Thursday, but Luke Tendler served as a steadying influence. Tendler drove in four runs with two doubles and a home run and …


Indians ride big seventh inning to victory

EVERETT, Wash. – Saquan Johnson ignited a seventh-inning rally with his first home run since the 2012 season and the Spokane Indians scored three more times in the frame to …


Indian casinos see increase in revenue

HARTFORD, Conn. — Indian casinos brushed off weak consumer spending in a sluggish U.S. economic recovery to post a modest increase in revenue in 2011, an industry study reported Wednesday. …


Indians begin second half with win over Dust Devils

The Spokane Indians started the second half of the Northwest League baseball season on a positive note after a rough first half.


Indians rally to down Canadians 8-6

A shaky start wasn’t too much to overcome, thanks to John Kukuruda and Cody Kendall. Kukuruda and Kendall combined for five innings of no-hit baseball on Saturday night and Gonzaga …


Indians battle Emeralds, but lose ninth in row

Certainly there’s a bottom line when it comes to losing, but it was the silver lining that stuck out on Saturday night.


Indians’ slide reaches seven after three late runs by Eugene

The six-game losing streak was all but over. The Spokane Indians just needed three outs and another clean inning of defense. It would have been a fitting ending, considering the …


Tri-City rallies past Indians for NWL victory

Cody Kendall’s wild pitch in the eighth inning allowed Rosell Herrera to score from third base as the Tri-City Dust Devils rallied for a 5-4 Northwest League victory over the …


Cantwell delivers in Indians debut

If Spokane ends up being just a stop on his way to the show – if Patrick Cantwell never graduates from minor league baseball – he’ll always have something major …


North Central girls beat Kamiakin again to finish 3rd in State 3A

TACOMA – The horn sounded and Gabe Medrano turned and raised three fingers to the North Central cheering section. In its first trip to state, the North Central girls basketball …


Spokane bats show no pop

PASCO – The Spokane Indians’ bats have gone silent with postseason on the horizon. Josh Hungerman (5-4, 2.18 earned-run average) pitched eight scoreless innings, allowing two hits and striking out …


Tribes promote census count

PLUMMER, Idaho – The crowd chuckled appreciatively when Ernie Stensgar began singing “One little, two little, three little Indians” during a U.S. census rally Wednesday on the Coeur d’Alene Indian …


U.S.: $3B to end royalty dispute with Indian tribes

The Obama administration says it will spend more than $3 billion to settle a long-running and contentious lawsuit over royalties owed to American Indians.


Horse slaughter leaves lasting mark

What many people consider one of the most brutal, inexplicable and traumatic acts in the mid-1800s war between the U.S. government and Native Americans of the Inland Northwest wasn’t about …


Slaughter of horses leaves lasting mark

What many people consider one of the most brutal, inexplicable and traumatic acts in the mid-1800s war between the U.S. government and Native Americans of the Inland Northwest wasn’t about …


Idaho road signs tell colorful history

If you’re like most folks, road signs that denote historic sites or doings often blur as you whiz by. That’s too bad: if you take the time to stop, their …


PBS series looks at Indian history

When French explorer Samuel de Champlain came to America in the early 17th century, tens of thousands of native people already were settled in New England. It was so populated …


Tribes, state agree on how murals should be explained

BOISE – Murals depicting white settlers accosting and then hanging a shirtless Native American man have been displayed openly in Idaho’s temporary Statehouse for the past year, with a note …


State, Tribes Hope Supreme Court Will Clear Up Gambling Issue High Court Hearing Florida Case That Parallels Fight By Spokanes

Gov. Mike Lowry, left, chats with Gambling Commission Director Frank Miller, center, and Emerson George, representing the Suquamish Indians on Thursday in Olympia. Photo by Associated Press