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Leather Artwork By Annie Libertini

Artist Annie Libertini makes masks, framed art and free standing pieces out of leather. She sells pieces through her Etsy

By Young Kwak

Artist Annie Libertini poses for a photograph in front of masks while holding holding "Spring" (2013).
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March For Science In Spokane

Hundreds of people attended the March For Science in Spokane, which started with speakers in Riverfront Park, and ended with

By Young Kwak

7 year old Theia Garrettson, left, 11 year old Creeley Chanse march on the Centennial Trail in Riverfront park.
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Meet Washington state's Karelian Bear Dogs

The six working dogs with Washington State Fish and Wildlife's Karelian Bear Dog Program work with their wildlife officer handlers

By Young Kwak, Chey Scott

Washington State Fish and Wildlife Officer Keith Kirsch holds his 1-year-old Karelian bear dog Jax as 3-year-old Malcolm Wetchel pets him before a 5K fun run/walk benefiting the program at Mirabeau Park, on May 7, 2016.
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Miss Shifters

The Miss Shifters, a local women's car and racing club, took part in the Summit #6 Sugar Bear Memorial at the

By Young Kwak

Miss Shifters President Rachelle Stephens, left, drives her 1984 Ford Mustang GT in the second Powder Puff elimination round.
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Montana State vs. Eastern Washington Football

The Eastern Washington University Eagles are now 5-2 overall and 4-0 in Big Sky Conference play after their 31-19 win

By Young Kwak

Eastern Washington defensive back Mitch Fettig, right, disrupts a two-point conversion pass intended for Montana State tight end Connor Sullivan during the second half.
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Montana vs. Eastern Washington Football

Eastern Washington, led by quarterback Gage Gubrud, beat Big Sky Conference rival Montana 35-16 at Roos Field on Saturday, October

By Young Kwak

Eastern Washington wide receiver Cooper Kupp, left, makes a catch, which he runs for a touchdown, in front of Montana safety Justin Strong during the first half.
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Monthly rewind: 10 unpublished pictures from October

Each month, there are a handful of photos that we couldn't fit in print or online, but are still worthy

By Young Kwak, Erick Doxey, Jesse Harding

Potato Gnocchi is photographed at Italia Trattoria for our annual Dining Out Guide.
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Mouthwatering Photos of Chef Kristina Stephenson's Ruby Chocolate

"The ruby adds a brilliant pop of color and flavor and pairs well with many different ingredients," Northern Quest chef

By Young Kwak

Mouthwatering Photos of Chef Kristina Stephenson's Ruby Chocolate
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Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center

Here's a look inside the recently built Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center at Gonzaga University.

By Young Kwak

Gonzaga Repertory Dance Company rehearsing "A New Season" in the Fr. Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J. Theater
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New Building, New Roles

By Young Kwak

With the opening of the new Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building at Spokane's WSU Health Sciences campus in January, pharmacy students, faculty and staff no longer have to travel between Pullman and Spokane. The $78.6 million building has 125,000 square feet — room for up to 24 researchers, as well as multiple anatomy and pharmacy teaching labs, student study areas, offices and a 150-seat auditorium.
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Odessa

By Jake Thomas

Odessa
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Olympics Kick Off With Unified Korean Team Offering Hope for Peace

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — The opening ceremony of the 23rd Winter Olympics unfurled in frigid temperatures and high spirits Friday,

By The New York Times

Performers and fireworks during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Friday, Feb. 9, 2018.
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On Safari 2016 Cat Show 1

Dozens of cats from many different breeds and their owners descended to the DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center for

By Young Kwak

Gina Demmerly holds her 1 year and 3 month old Bengal cat Milo.
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Opening Couple Of Days At The Spokane County Interstate Fair

Late summer means it's time for the Spokane County Interstate Fair. Featured every year are a variety of competitions including

By Young Kwak

(Right to left) Joshua VanDouris, his wife Jamey and 9 year old daughter Skyler walk around near the rides.
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