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Tuesday, October 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Downtown’s Beignets closes, blames loiterers

Owners of a downtown Spokane restaurant are closing their doors and blaming teens and adults who they say loiter on the block and harass customers. Judie Sowards, who owns Beignets …

Getting There: Road work closes STA Plaza’s smoking area

Smokers outside the Spokane Transit Authority bus station downtown are going to have to take a hike from now on. STA over the weekend removed the Plaza’s small designated smoking …

Getting There: City Perk leaving STA Plaza after 11 years

City Perk at the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza downtown is moving on. Owner Al Palm said he can’t afford the rent and is looking for another location in the downtown …

Photos Then & Now: Corner of Riverside and Wall

Edward Herbert Jamieson, an attorney who settled in Spokane in 1882, founded Spokane Abstract Co. and built a two-story brick building on the southwest corner of Riverside Avenue and Wall …

STA seeking public input on budget cut proposals

Spokane Transit Authority officials are asking for the public’s help in cutting 7 percent from the bus agency’s budget next year. A recently released list of potential cuts is the …

Keep service at Plaza, STA says

The cascading fountain and escalators might have to go, and the spacious mezzanine could be converted to leased office space. But the Plaza – the heart of Spokane Transit Authority …