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Springdale marshal accused of lying to investigators about turbulent car chase

Todd M. Schauls, 36, was hired as town marshal – Springdale’s sole law enforcement officer – in early 2018 but never completed basic training for a Washington state law enforcement …

After shooting threats, Mary Walker School District in Stevens County to reopen Friday

Mary Walker School District in Stevens County announced schools would be open Friday as normal.

Mary Walker School District closed Thursday, possible shooting threats reported

An alert sent to families of Mary Walker School District students warned of school closure Thursday, while some early reports noted the possibility of a shooting threat.

UPDATED: Mon., Dec. 25, 2017

Spokane wakes to white Christmas, slick roads

The dream of a white Christmas turned into a travel headache as new snow made for slick holiday driving.

2017 Northeast 2B preview: Asotin appears to be cream of competitive crop

Northeast 2B may not have produced a state football champion last fall, but its depth was evident.

UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 28, 2017

Snowstorm that missed Spokane blankets parts of North Idaho

A snow storm that missed Spokane and Coeur d’Alene last night covered areas of north Idaho and parts of Shoshone county southeast of Coeur d’Alene in as much as a …

Tyson announces plans for $150 million venture fund

Arkansas-based Tyson Foods Inc. announced plans Monday to create a venture fund aimed at developing innovations in food production.

State softball: Colton advances to 1B title game; Deer Park moves to 1A semifinals

Order seems to have returned to the State 1B softball universe.

UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 20, 2015

Fire in Stevens County doubles in size as it burns toward Springdale

A wildfire burning in Stevens County has more than doubled in size as it burns northwest toward the community of Springdale.

Crews battle flames near Colville, Springdale

As forest fires continued to burn in Stevens County and across Eastern Washington, officials banned fireworks and open burning. Hot temperatures and winds led to red flag warnings.

Deputies find family’s stolen cabin 10 miles away; suspect sought

The small cabin hoisted off its foundation and stolen from a remote parcel near Springdale has been found. Stevens County sheriff’s deputies located the cabin Thursday morning after receiving a …

Stolen cabin found outside of Springdale

Stevens County sheriff’s deputies have located a cabin stolen from a family’s rural property near Springdale.

Stevens County family’s log cabin stolen off foundation

When Chris Hempel returned to her family’s rural property and found the gate’s lock cut, she expected to discover that thieves had broken into their cabin. What she didn’t count …

Entire cabin stolen off foundation, baffling owner

When Chris Hempel returned to her family’s rural property and found the gate’s lock cut, she was expecting to find thieves had broken into their cabin. What she didn’t count …

UPDATED: Mon., March 9, 2015

Brush fire burns yard in Springdale

Stevens County firefighters put out a quarter-acre brush fire in Springdale, Washington, Monday afternoon.

Jim Kershner’s this day in history

From our archives, 100 years ago Wilson Sullivan, an Indian “of advanced age,” walked to Spokane from Walker Prairie, near Springdale, in order to buy some Thanksgiving dinner provisions.

Furry beasts’ gentle side on display on bison tours

When Jessie Turney and Andrew Winter moved to Eastern Washington from Wisconsin, they brought their love for bison, and their bison, with them. The couple opened Win-Tur Bison Farm, south …

Muslim family fights small town in court for religious exemption

SPRINGDALE, Wash. – From the cluttered back stoop of Raqeebah Amatallah’s one-story farmhouse in rural Stevens County, it’s hard to see how the snow-covered wooden structure about 50 yards away …

Reardan, Liberty win district volleyball openers

Kamille Langford had six kills and two blocks and Keiton Klein added six aces as Reardan swept visiting St. George’s 3-0 Wednesday at the District 7 2B volleyball tournament. Fifth-seeded …

Tanner Caldwell, Spokane car shooting suspect, released

A high school senior accused of shooting a woman’s car with a pellet gun near Whitman Elementary School will be allowed to finish school after family members pleaded with a …

Horse whipped in theft at ranch

When Carrie Aenk realized thieves had stolen almost $10,000 in equipment from her Springdale, Wash., horse rescue operation, she was angry. When she realized they had also beaten one of …

Attempted child luring reported in Stevens County

Authorities are investigating a reported child luring incident in south Stevens County Wednesday.

Deal keeps rural Internet alive

Commissioners in two counties met in joint session this week to prevent a lengthy Internet service interruption for customers of two Spokane-area companies. Medical Lake-based EcliptixNet Broadband and Spokane-based Pass …

Town’s legal battle against man living in shed may be no-winner

Springdale, Wash., population 280, is spending more than 10 percent of its general fund to keep a man from living in a shed. The money might go a long way …

Springdale gas station burns, prompting water worries

The State Department of Ecology is assisting with the cleanup of an old Springdale gas station that was destroyed by fire early Saturday, fearing runoff may pose a threat to …