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Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum

The Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum is housed in two barns on the county fairgrounds, started in 2009 after some of the county’s older residents expressed a desire to preserve the …


Marshall Cemetery

The Sullivan family are the caretakers and managers of the small Marshall Cemetery on Melville Road. A pioneer cemetery, there is no water or power there, it’s also the place …


Airbnbs in Spokane

Airbnbs and VRBOs aren’t making hotels obsolete, but they are giving travelers another option to consider. The choice between an Airbnb and a hotel depends on a variety of preferences. …


Manchester vigil

Crowds gather for a vigil in Albert Square, Manchester, England, Tuesday May 23, 2017, the day after the suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert that left 22 people dead …


Explosion at Ariana Grande concert in England

Several people have died following an explosion Monday night at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England, police and witnesses said. The singer was not injured, according to a representative.


Northwest Spring Fest

Northwest Spring Fest at Kootenai County Fairgrounds in Coeur d’Alene on Sunday, May 21, 2017.


Dandelions in Spokane

With the help of a wet spring, Dandelions are popping up in yards in the Spokane area.


Lilac Festival Armed Forces Torchlight Parade 2017

People line the streets of downtown Spokane, Saturday, May 20, 2017, for the Armed Forces Torchlight Parade. It’s the 79th celebration of the Spokane Lilac Festival.


Roger Ailes (1940-2017)

Roger Ailes, who mastered the art of selling political candidates like Hollywood celebrities and was the architect of conservative-oriented TV news, has died at 77.


Fairchild law enforcement expo

The 92 Air Refueling Wing Security Forces squadron hosts a law enforcement expo on Fairchild Airforce Base at Miller Park in honor of police week on May 18, 2016. The …


Lilac Festival All City Civic Military Luncheon

Lilac Festival All City Civic Military Luncheon as held, Thursday, May 18, 2017, at the Davenport Hotel.


Mt. St. Helens

On the morning of May 18, 1980 a magnitude 5.1 earthquake triggered an eruption of the volcano, throwing an eruption column 80,000 feet into the sky, with ash eventually blanketing …


Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital drill

Special Pathogens Unit on Level 2 of Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital practices a “patient with Ebola” being admitted into the 14,000 square foot isolation unit.


Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum

The Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum is housed in two barns on the county fairgrounds, started in 2009 after some of the county’s older residents expressed a desire to preserve the …


Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum

The Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum is housed in two barns on the county fairgrounds, started in 2009 after some of the county’s older residents expressed a desire to preserve the …


Airway Heights water contamination

After a joint statement from Airway Heights and Fairchild Air Force Base announced the town’s water system was contaminated, the community sprang into action to get potable water to everyone …


Contaminated water in Airway Heights

Residents in Airway Heights feeling water constraints amid possible chemical contamination from Fairchild Air Force Base.


Navy Week in Spokane

The Navy Band Northwest woodwind trio plays, May 15, 2017, at the Spokane South Hill Library. Spokane has been selected as one of 15 cities to host Navy Week, which …


Gonzaga Commencement 2017

Gonzaga University held the 124th commencement, Sunday, May 14, 2017, in the Spokane Arena.


Richland

The people of this town take their mushroom cloud seriously. It’s emblazened on Richland High School and proudly worn by fourth-generation kids, the Bombers, who mostly know it only as …


2017 Jr. Lilac Parade

Elementary and middle school bands and drill units, youth organizations, and other clubs participate in the 66th annual Junior Lilac Parade, Saturday, May 13, 2017.


Yucca Mountain part of nuclear solution?

Thursday, Energy Secretary Steven Chu told a Senate hearing that the Yucca Mountain site no longer was viewed as an option for storing reactor waste, brushing aside criticism from several …


Vera water well

This year’s Mother’s Day tour of historic native rock structures will offer tour goers a rare chance to peer down a 156-foot well


Cheney School District administrative headquarters

Five years ago, the district was planning to build a warehouse and new freezer with approximately$300,000 set aside for the purpose, but instead was able to purchase a Cold War-era …


The Spokane Story

The Spokane story opened in summer of 1978 on a budget of $600,000 plus a change order of $97,000. It took between 10 and 20 actors to run the show. …


The Purple Rose

The cast and crew from “The Purple Rose” film a scene in Wild Bill’s Longbar in Cheney, Wash. Sydney Ortman is the screenwriter of the movie.


Swift water training for Idaho deputies

The dive team of the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Department gets called out for water rescues, drownings and many other on-the-water mishaps. So Wednesday, May 10, 2017, they spent the day …


STA Plaza remodel

The STA Plaza has undergone a $4.95 million renovation to its interior. All the second floor STA and business related activities have been move to the first floor.


Loren Upton’s traveling Jeep

Laurence Upton is on a mission. Part one of his four-part plan is to have the aged Jeep restored as a tribute to the American explorer who owns it – …


Spokane Law Enforcement Memorial

A new K9 memorial has been added to the Spokane Law Enforcement Memorial and was dedicated, Tuesday, May 9, 2017, as part of the annual Spokane Law Enforcement Memorial service …