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The Inland Northwest’s best parks for outside activities

Whether you’re looking to hike to the top of a scenic bluff or tumble down the side of a hill on a sled, there’s something for everyone in the region’s …


Manito Presbyterian Church sees shift in area go from ‘primitive’ to residential

When Manito Presbyterian Church had its first Sunday service nearly 110 years ago, parishioners traveled along the dirt path that was 29th Avenue by horseback to the corner of 30th …


UPDATED: Mon., July 10, 2017, 11:40 a.m.

Vijarro birdies last hole to win Lilac shootout

The Lilac City Invitational, the region’s only 72-hole event, came down to the last hole and last stroke as Andrew Vijarro’s 20-foot birdie putt capped a sizzling 9-under 63 for …


The Dirt: Washington Trust Bank will build a new Manito branch

Washington Trust Bank will build a new Manito branch along Grand Boulevard on land scheduled this spring to be cleared of older structures. A restaurant also is planned on the …


Jim Meehan golf column: Retired pro Steve Prugh finding time to play a little golf

On a Friday in January, Manito Country Club sent a release to its members that longtime pro Steve Prugh was retiring. Roughly an hour later, Prugh took a phone call …


Police: Six arrests made in South Hill burglary spree

Spokane police arrested six people last weekend suspected in a string of South Hill home break-ins and garage burglaries. The announcement came a day after Spokane County filed paperwork laying …


UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 14, 2014, 4:54 p.m.

Four arrested in connection with South Hill burglaries

Spokane Police arrested four individuals Saturday night in connection with a string of 45 reported residential and garage burglaries in Manito, Comstock and Cannon Hill.


UPDATED: Tue., July 29, 2014, 8 a.m.

Fire below High Drive spurs neighbors, fire crews, aircraft into action

Sharon Anderson looked out the window of her South Hill home Monday afternoon to see a plume of smoke rising from the woods just beyond her deck. “I yelled ‘Fire!’ …


Manito installs curvy sidewalk

There’s a new sidewalk on 25th Avenue along the south side of Manito Park, and its curves makes it different from most other sidewalks in town. Manito Park horticulture supervisor …


Neighbors pick new design for crosswalk

The Comstock and Manito/Cannon Hill neighborhood councils held a joint meeting Tuesday evening and voted to recommend a crosswalk design for the intersection of Manito Boulevard and 29th Avenue. The …


Golfers, private clubs retrench during economic downturn

The Spokane Country Club has an unusual spring sale going on. A few of its golfers are willing to part with their memberships for $2,000. That, and a $6,000 initiation …


Homeowner sets sights on city life

“He’s kind of overprotective,” Terri Jones says of her boyfriend, Will Parks, who worries that her plan to leave the South Hill for Spokane’s urban jungle is a mistake. At …