Slideshows

Sledding at Underhill Park

By Young Kwak

With just enough snow for sledding, 7-year-old Noah Wright and other local children took to the slopes Saturday at Underhill Park in East Spokane.
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Haunted Dania Furniture

It is alleged that portions of the 100-year-old Dania Furniture building in downtown Spokane is haunted, especially on the fourth

By Young Kwak, Chey Scott

The Dania building's fourth floor gives a not often seen look into Spokane's past.
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Publisher's Album

It’s been a long and winding road that has led us to this.

By Ted S. McGregor Jr.

We took office space at the Georgetown Building just behind KXLY and started publishing a newspaper. And we’ve literally been going ever since — 1,040 weekly issues since that first one on Oct. 20, 1993. Some have compared it to a merry-go-round that never ends and that you can’t get off of. In this snapshot, I am interviewing the governor. Wait, maybe I’m ordering lunch. Can’t quite remember.
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PHOTOS: Robotics Expo

The 6th Annual Inland Northwest Robotics Expo, hosted by West Valley High School, featured 170 elementary and middle school competitors

By Young Kwak

The competition area is photographed during the Inland Northwest Robotics Exposition.
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PHOTOS: Olive + Boone Custom Millinery Show

For the Fall Arts Preview this year, Chey Scott writes about Olive + Boone Custom Millinery, owned by forward thinking

By Young Kwak

Ariel St. Clair walks the runway.
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Photos: Local beekeepers and their hives

This week, Deanna Pan writes about bees, colony collapse and what beekeepers are doing about it. Below are photographs of

By Young Kwak

Olson's Honey Field Supervisor Matthew Shakespear inspects a bee hive frame.
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PHOTOS: Bloomsday 2013

By Young Kwak

Piper Newby, right, helps her sister Mindy with her costume before the race.
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