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State soccer: Interlake edges Mt. Spokane in 3A opener

The match had barely ended when Mt. Spokane soccer coach Ryan Campanella began to rewind the plays in his mind.

Girls basketball roundup: Newport upsets Chewelah

Cydni Lewis had 11 points and five steals and Faith Rosen added 10 points, including six in the fourth, as Newport upset Chewelah 40-30 in a Northeast A League game …

Northeast A: Freeman picked to return to the top

All of the signs pointed to Freeman last year. The Scotties, basking in the glow from their 2013 State 1A title, opened last season on the national radar, ranked 25th …

Zodiac Aerospace workers return to work after July explosion

The Newport, Washington, aerospace production plant that closed after an explosion last month is now open. The explosion on July 14 sent five employees of Zodiac Aerospace to the hospital. …

Five injured in explosion at Newport aerospace plant

NEWPORT, Wash. – An explosion that ripped through an aerospace company in Newport late Tuesday night injured five employees, including one critically, and could have implications for the local economy. …

Multiple people injured in explosion in Newport

Multiple people were injured Tuesday night in an explosion at an aerospace business in Newport, the Pend Oreille County dispatch reported.

Former St. John coach Bill Hays dies at 82

It was the night before another basketball game between coaching legends, friend and rivals – Bill Hays of St. John and Gene Smith of Reardan. Smith recalled the story Wednesday …

State champs loaded

Freeman has caught the attention of local and statewide football fans. Now the Scotties are gaining prominence on a national scale.

In brief: Spokane man dies after Saturday accident near Newport

A Spokane man died Sunday after the car he was riding in Saturday night hit a ditch along state Highway 211 west of Newport, Wash. David Pitts, 56, was a …

Newport athlete Wiley turned his life around

NEWPORT – Teachers at Lakewood High near Long Beach, Calif., would be stunned to learn that Jake Wiley will graduate this spring at Newport.

St. George’s boys finish third at state soccer

The St. George’s boys soccer team wasn’t about to let an early two-goal deficit keep it from closing out its impressive season with a win. After Mark Phillips scored twice …

Grizzlies will play for third

SHORELINE, Wash. – The Newport Grizzlies will play soccer today. It just won’t be at 2 p.m. for the State 1A championship. The Grizzlies, like every other Cashmere High opponent …

All three GSL 4A girls soccer teams qualify for state tournament

Greater Spokane League girls soccer teams showed their greatness Saturday in State 4A elimination games. Central Valley, Gonzaga Prep and Mead all won and advanced to the state playoffs.

Prep roundup: Wiese hits 3; Newport wins

Courtney Wiese banked in a 3-pointer with 2.5 seconds left to lift Newport to a 38-37 nonleague girls basketball victory over visiting Timberlake on Monday night. The Tigers (3-3) had …

Ecology officials offer plan to improve river

Officials at the Washington Department of Ecology have developed a plan to reduce temperatures and improve water quality in the Pend Oreille River.

Spokane woman injured in crash

A Spokane woman was injured Wednesday in a car accident near Pendleton, Ore., that sent her to the hospital and the driver to jail.

Funding promises Pend Oreille County Internet speed

A $27.3 million federal economic stimulus grant promises cutting-edge fiber optic Internet service for southern Pend Oreille County, if officials accept it.

Man in serious condition after pickup rolls

A Cusick man was listed in serious condition today at Sacred Heart Medical Center following an accident 18 miles north of Newport on state Highway 20 on Sunday evening.

Newport woman guilty of conspiracy

A 29-year-old woman who drove a getaway truck after a Newport, Wash., bank robbery earlier this year was convicted of conspiracy Monday in U.S. District Court in Spokane. The 12-member …

Commuter steers away from fuel costs

Each weekday Fred Anderson makes the 100-mile round trip trek from his condo in downtown Spokane to his job in Newport, Wash. For most people, the commute wouldn’t be worth …