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UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 27, 2018, 9:32 p.m.

Washington Supreme Court candidates Nathan Choi, Steve Gonzalez debate Kavanaugh, campaign finance

In their first public forum for Washington Supreme Court – a forum that at times delved into the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh – Justice …


UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 1, 2018, 11:21 a.m.

Protesters target GOP backlash to Russia probe at Devin Nunes fundraiser for Cathy McMorris Rodgers

More than 100 protestors are highlighting a fund-raising lunch benefiting the re-election campaign of U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers.


UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 23, 2017, 10:50 p.m.

White nationalist, racist posters line streets of downtown

Monroe Street and Riverside Avenue in downtown Spokane were tagged with white nationalist and anti-refugee posters Thursday morning.


Fresh Sheet: New faces at Taphouse Unchained, Tito’s Italian Grill, and the Spokane Club

Taphouse Unchained and Tito’s Italian Grill have a new management team. Jeff Messinger is the new general manager, and Talmadge Desrochers is now the assistant manager.


Dinner celebrates merlot – and other varietals, too

Merlot is the star of Europa’s wine dinner tonight. Well, mostly. The Mostly Merlot Wine Dinner is at 6 p.m. for $55 per person. Courses include grilled sardines with fennel …


Jan Quintrall’s staff lunch expenses surprise City Council members

Days after the dismissal of Spokane’s city planning director for what was described as a misuse of city funds, Jan Quintrall, head of the city’s Business and Developer Services Division, …


Doug Clark: Right time, right place, right man for the job

A million-plus Americans have heart attacks each year. Bob Rowles joined these sobering numbers on a hard court about 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 14.


Doug Clark: Foreign travel is a breeze – just add money, phone and towel

A sense of moral duty compels me to issue the following travel advisory to anyone who is thinking of traveling soon to an exotic foreign land like, say, Canada or …


Empire Health Foundation buys Civic Building

Spokane’s largest health care foundation became a downtown property owner this week, paying $775,000 for the historic Civic Building at 1020 W. Riverside. The Empire Health Foundation will remodel the …


Spokane Club is gearing up to sell its Valley component

Spokane Club board members want to sell the club’s Spokane Valley facility. The former Central Park Racquet Club was purchased by the club in 2000 for roughly $3.2 million. Since …


Layoff a shock after lifetime of work

Linda Hall, of Spokane, has worked hard all her life but hasn’t earned any respect from the labor market. Laid off for the first time at age 62, Hall has …


Spotlight: Local writer Spatz tops Spokane Arts Awards

The City of Spokane Arts Awards will be presented at the City Council meeting Monday, and here’s the list of winners:


Suspected burglar apprehended by police

A suspected burglar armed with a knife was apprehended Saturday by police investigating reports of a break-in at the Spokane Club.


Century-old Spokane Club has changed its rules with the times

If reverence for tradition had been allowed to choke the impetus for change, the distinctive Kirtland Cutter-designed building at Riverside Avenue and Monroe Street might well be one of downtown’s …


Landmark institutions show Spokane’s growth potential

Spokane was a far different place four decades ago. Major community projects – like the upcoming Expo ’74 World’s Fair – were typically planned by older men meeting in such …


New sponsor sought for pole’s flags

The flagpole in the median of Riverside Avenue outside the Spokane Club is looking for a new support system. There’s nothing wrong with the foundation or the pole, but the …