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Buildings’ demolition to make way for downtown Sportsplex

Demolition permits have been issued for two buildings on the north bank of the Spokane River in preparation for construction of a $42 million indoor sports complex.

UPDATED: Fri., May 10, 2019

Spokane Sports Commission honored with national award

The Spokane Sports Commission has received a national award for developing sports in the region. The nonprofit organization was selected as “Sports Commission of the Year” by the National Association …

XC club championships will bring 1,300 athletes to Spokane Valley for Saturday competition

About 1,300 student runners will compete at Plante’s Ferry Park on Saturday during the USA Track & Field’s national championships for cross country clubs.

Spokane International Airport on pace to break last year’s travel record with new direct flights

Air travelers are flowing in and out of Spokane International Airport at a pace previously unseen in history as the economy remains strong and new nonstop flights give commuters more …

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 3, 2018

Spokane to host 2019 national roller championships

The 2019 USA Roller Sports National Championships will bring about 3,000 contestants to the Spokane Convention Center next summer for nearly a month of youth and adult competitions, generating about …

UPDATED: Wed., June 27, 2018

Spokane School Board questions proposed downtown stadium to replace Joe Albi

The issue of a new stadium in downtown Spokane is going down to the wire.

UPDATED: Sun., June 4, 2017

Spokane Youth Sports Awards to be announced Monday

Many of the best high school athletes in eastern Washington will be celebrated Monday at the third annual Spokane Youth Sports Awards event.

Judo Junior Olympics coming to Spokane in 2017

The 2017 Judo Junior Olympics will be held in Spokane, the Spokane Sports Commission said Thursday.

Air quality concerns halt sports

Concern about wildfire smoke and its effects on children has led to the cancellation of a large soccer tournament at Plantes Ferry Park in Spokane Valley. In addition, the Greater …

Spokane County field house proposal unlikely to include ice rink

An ice rink likely won’t be included in a proposed $20 million field house that Spokane County commissioners could put to voters as part of a 2015 park ballot measure. …

Spokane Sports Commission starts biggest March ever

March is coming in like a lion, as far as the Spokane Sports Commission is concerned. In its busiest March ever, the organization helped bring eight sporting events to Spokane. …

Lee: Coeur d’Alene football coach Shawn Amos reveals he’s battling cancer

Coeur d’Alene football coach Shawn Amos has faced several challenges in his life, especially in his coaching career. His early years at CdA, for example, were not memorable. It took …

Major table tennis tournament to Spokane

Don’t tell Lisa Hagel or her son Cody that table tennis isn’t a real sport. The hundreds of dollars they’ve invested in supplies, endless travel across the country and thousands …

Local commission examines new sports complex

The concept of a new multiuse sports complex is getting a positive reception from Spokane businesses and sports groups. For now it’s only a concept, but the Spokane Sports Commission …

Local commission examines new sports complex

The concept of a new multiuse sports complex is getting a positive reception from Spokane businesses and sports groups.