By Young Kwak
The Spokane Indians won their Class A Northwest League baseball opening day game 6-5 against the Hillsboro Hops in front
Spokane held its 24th annual pride parade through the downtown streets, with thousands of marchers and spectators.
The Spokane Education Association, who represent Spokane Public Schools teachers, and separately, East Valley School District teachers voted to hold
Various Inlander photographers covered Bloomsday, Sunday May 3, 2015. Almost 47,000 runners registered for the race with 42,214 finishing.
Students from Eastern Washington Universities Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlán (MEChA) organized a march through Riverfront Park and downtown Spokane
Redshirt sophomore quarterback Luke Falk threw for 323 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Crimson Team to a 31-29
After losing the week before to the Arizona Rattlers 60-43 the week before, the Spokane Shock hoped to win their
The Spokane Tribe Fish Hatchery breeds Kokanee Salmon and Rainbow Trout to release into Lake Roosevelt. As part of the
Readers Poll winners, local dignitaries and Inland staffers gathered to celebrate our Best of the Inlander Northwest issue on March
A total of 78 Magic: The Gathering players from around the Northwest converged at downtown Spokane comic book and games
By Chey Scott
26-year-old Spokane artist Devon Plopper pushes the boundaries of time and detail with her pen-on-paper drawings, last shown at the
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