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Wednesday, November 20, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Sound Transit to add longer trains to handle growing demand

Sound Transit is putting some longer trains on its light rail tracks to help with increased demands at new stations.

Businesses, alliance revitalizing two areas of community

Mention East Sprague and most everyone has some sort of comment to make, and it’s usually not a good one. To those people Boris Borisov has one thing to say: …

Girls Day Out encourages shopping in neighborhood stores

On Saturday four Spokane neighborhoods are getting together to celebrate local businesses. This year’s Girls Day Out – a neighborhood shopping event supported by the city of Spokane – has …

International District tunes into soccer’s World Cup

Starting Friday, the World Cup will be the sport du jour at the Checkerboard Tavern and several other East Spokane businesses. Those businesses have identified themselves as part of the …

Cleanup aids International District

Volunteers rolled up their sleeves to clean up an emerging Spokane neighborhood on Friday, and at the same time helped celebrate a national service organization dedicated to fighting poverty in …

‘High-test’ beer targeted

The sale of “high-test” beer on a section of East Sprague is being restricted by the Spokane City Council in an effort to curb some of the consequences of alcohol …