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Monument to honor Civil War naval hero

History advocates in Spokane are holding a dedication at 2 p.m. Friday to commemorate a Civil War naval hero and Medal of Honor recipient who is buried in Spokane. The …

Spokane Law Enforcement Museum must relocate

The Spokane Law Enforcement Museum needs a new home. The space it has occupied since 2010 on the lower level of the Parsons Hotel at 1201 W. First Ave. is …

An arresting display of memorabilia

Among the most curious of the many artifacts in the Spokane Law Enforcement Museum downtown is a deadly rosary. The beaded prayer loop has a cross hanging from it, but …

Open houses mark Law Enforcement Museum’s anniversary

The Spokane Law Enforcement Museum is turning a year old this week, and to celebrate it’s open for visitors daily through Saturday. Susan Walker, secretary and treasurer of the museum, …

Spotlight: Best of Broadway announces next lineup

The 2011-’12 Best of Broadway season will feature the Chairman of the Board, an English nanny and a guy with a bolt in his neck. Here’s the lineup of touring …

Monument to honor bravery of Spokane soldier and father

When Army Sgt. 1st Class Bruce A. Grandstaff volunteered for duty in Vietnam in 1966 he left his two young daughters behind. When he lost his life on May 18, …