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Disheartened homebuyers and wearied renters: Spokane residents have two opportunities to weigh in on the city’s housing needs this week.
Top-ranked Coeur d'Alene had yet to face a team as dynamic and tested as Rocky Mountain when they recently met in a no-fans-allowed 5A state semifinal.
The pedestrian hit and killed in Browne’s Addition earlier this month has been identified as Nicholas Demming, 40, by the Spokane County Medical Examiner.
The federal coronavirus assistance granted to state, local and tribal governments in March must be spent by the end of the year. Tribal governments are joining a chorus of government officials asking Congress to extend that deadline as the virus continues to spread and needs are growing.
If there has ever been a year in which it's easy to be anything but thankful, it's 2020. Since the novel coronavirus has altered life as we know it, we've had to make myriad adjustments. Masks are mandatory. We must be socially distant. Virtual learning is the norm. Concerts are on ice for the foreseeable future.
A driver was shot and killed after a brief chase with Spokane County Sheriff's deputies Sunday evening, Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich said.
Scott Carter, general manager of the Spokane Chiefs since 2016, has signed a two-year extension with the Western Hockey League team through the 2022-23 season.
My heart is breaking for the culinary industry after Gov. Jay Inslee’s second shutdown of indoor dining in restaurants was issued on Nov. 15 and continues through at least Dec. 14. Chef and restaurateur Adam Hegsted echoed the same sentiment when I dined Tuesday night at Coeur d’Alene Casino’s Chinook in Worley.
Plans for a young adult homeless shelter have stalled after Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward refused to allow it to be located within city limits.
Spokane Symphony Associates members were determined to make their Christmas Tree Elegance event work this year.
The panel of criminal justice experts behind the 2013 Blueprint for Reform gave the region mixed reviews in a status update report competed earlier this month, saying the county still has a problematic number of felony filings, has transparency issues and the region needs to commit to alternative programs such as a community corrections center and fully-funding pre-trial services.
Take it from Cupid Alexander, who finished his final day of work for the city of Portland last Thursday and moved to Spokane the same night: The rental market here is tight.
Officer Dan Cole, who was hired by the department in 1986, was placed on paid administrative leave in January after city information technology staff reviewed his computer use in December, according to records requested by The Spokesman-Review. His computer log showed visits to pornography and prostitution websites while on- and off-duty.
The leadership of Spokane Public Schools got it from both sides this week over the pace of its move to bring children back to in-person learning.
What an autumn it has been for pastry chef turned entrepreneur Ricky Webster of Spokane. Webster opened his first business, the gourmet cheese and artisan bakery Rind and Wheat, in Browne’s Addition in October. Then on Wednesday afternoon, he learned that he won not once but twice in the 2020 Real California Pizza Competition.
The Spokane Indians may be poised to become a full-season High-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to a report in the Orange County (Calif.) Register on Thursday.
The Spokane Regional Health District reported 414 new cases of the virus on Thursday, marking the second time in a week that the daily rates topped 400. It's the second highest daily rate during the pandemic, after the health district reported 422 new cases on Nov. 14.
The Flaming Lips have canceled their March 19 concert at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. In an email, Fox staff said though the show has not been rescheduled, they look forward to welcoming the Flaming Lips to the Fox in the future. Refunds have been issued to those who bought tickets with a debit or credit card.
At the start of the pandemic, local artists were trying to figure out ways to keep the show going. Victoria Brace, a Spokane favorite and the artist responsible for this year’s LSRAST poster, says, “People more than ever need something beautiful to hold onto.”
Spokane has launched a nationwide search for a new city administrator.