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Across the region, campgrounds are banning fires, even inside rings of developed sites. The Colville National Forest earlier this week announced the ban at its campgrounds, and Lake Roosevelt National …

Garland Street Fair 2017

Thousands of people poured into the streets to attend the annual Garland Street Fair, Aug. 12, 2017, in Spokane, Wash. They were treated to local artistsm musicians,food vendors, children’s activities …

Charlottesville protest

Violence in Virginia

Timeline of conflict: Creation of the modern Koreas

The U.S.’s ongoing war of words with North Korea is the product of more than a century of conflict over the Korean Peninsula

Unused quarry to see nature-focused renovation

The Spokane Conservation District recently bought the old Spokane Rock Product site at Eighth and Havana. The former mine and asphalt production site will be reclaimed and converted into a …

Guam’s concern as tensions rise between the US and North Korea

Residents of the tiny Pacific island of Guam say they’re afraid of being caught in the middle of escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea after Pyongyang announced it …

North Koreans rally at Kim II Sung Square

Tens of thousands of North Koreans gathered for a rally at Kim Il Sung Square carrying placards and propaganda slogans as a show of support for their rejection of the …

Camp Sweyolakan launches 60 years of friendship

A bus ride to Camp Sweyolakan started a friendship that has spanned 60 years between Christy deViveiros and Kathy Davis.

Glen Campbell (1936-2017)

Glen Campbell, the grinning, high-pitched entertainer who had such hits as “Rhinestone Cowboy” and spanned country, pop, television and movies, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017. He was 81. Campbell announced …

Willie Nelson in Spokane

Willie Nelson plays for the crowd at Northern Quest Resort & Casino, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017.


Sunflowers aren’t Washington’s biggest crop, but they can draw a crowd.

Coeur d’Alene events draw crowds

Crowds look for their favorite dishes among the offerings of many restaurants at Taste of Coeur d’Alene in City Park on Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017. Along with Art on the …

Chase, Kuney and Guarisco make shortlist to replace O’Quinn

The Spokane County Republican Party convened Saturday morning in a church in Spokane Valley to pick three potential replacements for Shelly O’Quinn, who recently vacated a seat on the county …


Jon Sahlberg is the owner of the cannabis courier company Cannavan.

The great Spokane fire

Before the fire of Aug. 4, 1889, the pioneer dwellings of Spokane Falls were constructed mostly of wood. After the fire the city rebuilt, with bricks.

The Spokane Scottish Highland Games

The Spokane Scottish Highland Games at Spokane County Fair and Expo Center on Saturday, August 5, 2017.

Red Lion Hotels: A look back

Red Lion Hotels has a long, rich history in the Inland Northwest. Here’s a brief look back at Red Lion through the years.

Lucky Friday miners rally at Hecla headquarters

More than 100 Lucky Friday mine workers and their families, retirees and union workers from across the U.S. gathered Wednesday to rally in front of Hecla’s corporate headquarters in Coeur …

Sam Shepard (1943-2017)

Sam Shepard, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Oscar-nominated actor, died of complications from ALS, Thursday, July 27, 2017, at his home in Kentucky. He was 73.

Walla Walla sweet onion toss

Throwing out the ceremonial first pitch is a standard part of any baseball game. But Walla Walla is probably the only place in the world that throws a sweet onion.

Skyfest 2017 on Sunday

While the mavericks are up above, twisting and turning to the delight of the crowd below, Chief Inspector Ryan Smith is perfectly content on the ground, where he belongs.

Skyfest 2017

People brave the heat to attend Skyfest 2017 at Fairchild, Saturday, July 28, 2017.

Skyfest 2017

People brave the heat to attend Skyfest 2017 at Fairchild, Saturday, July 28, 2017.

Thunderbirds return to Fairchild for Skyfest

The Thunderbirds prepare for their performance at Fairchild’s Skyfest 2017.

Latah blues

The town of Latah is considering disincorporation, in part because no one has filed to run for city government positions that will soon be vacant.

Compass USA brings Japanese students to Spokane

For the 30th year in a row, 140 students from Chiba, Japan, visit the greater Spokane-area.

Thunderbirds return to Fairchild for Skyfest

The Thunderbirds prepare for their performance at Fairchild’s Skyfest 2017.

Touch-a-Bus Storytime

Over 100 children attended the Touch-a-Bus Storytime, July 27, 2017, at the North Spokane Library. After hearing stories about buses, everyone was invited to jump on a STA bus and …

Jack Rasmussen receives Quilt of Valor

On July 19, Jack Rasmussen, 93, wiped tears from his cheeks as he was presented with a Quilt of Valor by members of the Greater Spokane QOV group.

Kendall Yards homeless camp cleaned up

The City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department hauled up garbage from a homeless camp totaling an estimated 2,000 pounds.