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Sunday, October 20, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Women of the Year: For NATIVE Project’s Toni Lodge, her work is about creating community.

Seconds into a conversation, Toni Lodge taps into humor. She’s a natural storyteller, too. But other clues about Lodge soon surface, such as her tenacity and passion for community when …


Native Project marks 30 years of health and behavioral services in Spokane

The Native Project celebrated its 30th anniversary during the steady drenching rain that fell in Spokane Friday, but that didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits. What couldn’t be put under tents moved …


UPDATED: Sun., Feb. 25, 2018, 12:35 p.m.

2017 saw highest number of officer-involved shootings in more than two decades

Last year saw the highest number of officer-involved shootings in more than two decades. Eight people were shot by county law enforcement officers in 2017, and seven were shot by …


Copper thieves hit health center, construction site, businesses

It’s not the amount of copper taken in a theft at the NATIVE Project building last week or the loss of one of the building’s heat sources that have Executive …


Murray urges stronger protections for women

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray challenged her Republican counterparts Tuesday to embrace the Senate version of the Violence Against Women Act, saying the narrower House version leaves out key provisions that …


Spokane Park Board considers higher pool fees

Less than two years after instituting a swimming fee for kids, the Spokane Park Board may double the rate to $2. Park officials say the fee hike won’t come close …


Indian Youth Summer Program sees record applications

Jazmin Ramirez learned recently that her ancestors made earrings with sinew – dried animal tendons used as string. The 9-year-old said that among all the facts she’s learned in her …


New health facility set for service

Less than a year after breaking ground, the NATIVE Project’s new health care facility is up and running in the heart of Spokane’s West Central neighborhood. The $3.9 million expansion …