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The Spokane Indians this week have played a bunch of high-scoring, back-and-forth games this week with the Vancouver Canadians, with whom they are currently contending... [Read More]
Spokane Public Schools released the findings of an investigation into an early May incident at Sacajawea Middle School when Black twin sisters were asked to... [Read More]
Jarred Kelenic hit a three-run home run, his first since May 24, and fellow rookie Logan Gilbert won his fifth straight decision as the Seattle... [Read More]
The fire near Priest River grew on Friday and continues to have no containment as firefighters battle the blaze in extreme temperatures. [Read More]
A furious comeback against the Massachusetts Pirates in week 2 gave Spokane its first win of the season on May 22 in Worcester, Mass. [Read More]
Many colleges and universities across the Eastern Washington region are requiring students and staff to submit either proof of their COVID-19 vaccinations or exemption forms... [Read More]
Hospitalizations for COVID-19 patients in Washington state have increased steadily all month long. [Read More]
Longtime Spokane Regional Health District employee and former director for preventive public health Lyndia Wilson wrote Spokane Board of Health members a letter this week... [Read More]
A vacant Cheney City Council seat has attracted a lot of attention, drawing five people seeking to win one of the top two spots and... [Read More]
The state has reopened, but Spokane City Council chambers will remain closed for now. [Read More]
Nature has always been associated with good health. In today's lifestyle marketing, "natural" is nearly used as a synonym of "healthy." Open-air classrooms were popular... [Read More]
Mortgage rates were mixed last week. The key 30-year home loan remained below 3% for the fifth straight week amid continued concern over the surging... [Read More]
The family of an unarmed mentally ill man shot and killed by a Spokane County Sheriff's Deputy in 2019 filed a federal civil rights law... [Read More]
Philipp Grubauer ended the season believing he was going back to the Colorado Avalanche. [Read More]
It was supposed to be a triumph for today's memeified markets a validation for all those amateurs who took on the Wall Street pros. Instead, the... [Read More]
Spokane County... [Read More]
The National Park Service has added public land to a national reserve site in Idaho known for its rock climbing opportunities, according to a news... [Read More]
Once upon a time, televised hearings could galvanize the nation, set the national agenda and even change the course of history. Think of the Army-McCarthy... [Read More]
The Spokane Transit Authority will once again provide free transportation to cooling centers as temperatures exceed 100 degrees on Friday and Saturday. [Read More]
Give directly to The Spokesman-Review's Northwest Passages community forums series -- which helps to offset the costs of several reporter and editor positions at the... [Read More]
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