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Stories tagged: spokane history

Historic substation to be demolished on West Plains

The historic brick Jamieson substation building is going to be demolished by Spokane International Airport to make room for growth at the airport

EWU prof turns students into diehard local historians

On a cold gray Tuesday afternoon in Cheney, Larry Cebula tells his students to grab their jackets. The Eastern Washington University history professor pulls a long, wool overcoat over his …

MAC, SPA revieve Old House Workshop

After a 10-year absence, the Old House Workshop is being revived by the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture and the Spokane Preservation Advocates. The three-night series starts March 11 …

Megan Duvall is new historic preservation officer for Spokane

The city of Spokane and Spokane County have hired Megan Duvall as the new historic preservation officer. Duvall comes to Spokane from the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic …

German choir sings 100 years of Inland Northwest history

The Concordia Choir, the “heart” of Spokane’s German-American Society, will celebrate 100 years of existence tonight with German food, beer, dancing and singing – lots of singing. The event – …

Monument honors doctor who was community pioneer

It’s hard to imagine that just over a century ago women were still barred from many professions they commonly hold today. In 1887, Dr. Mary Latham had moved to Spokane …