Slideshows

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: 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: Skyfest 2014

By Young Kwak

George Laplace, in the foregrond, points to passing U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron F-16s as his 8-year-old daughter Celeste watches.
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PHOTOS: Terrain - The Space Before The Show

A week before the show, Terrain organizers and volunteers were busy installing art and working the interior of the new

By Young Kwak

A first floor exhibit space is photographed.
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Portraits of the Plaza

With local leaders debating the fate of the STA Plaza, we spent a day getting to know people who actually

By Young Kwak, Christian Vosler

Aisha Marshall, 18, is a sophomore at Eastern, studying pre-med. She says that while the Plaza is OK, “I don’t really like staying here very much at all. I try to leave as soon as I can.” 
Marshall and her 21-year-old boyfriend, Ian Lovering, are waiting for buses to take them to school. Lovering is in his first year at SFCC. For him, the Plaza could be a little more homey.
“There’s no place to really relax and feel just away from stuff and study while you wait for a bus, that kind of thing,” Lovering says.
The pair take the bus every day to get to and from school. At the top of their list of possible Plaza improvements is cleanliness; Marshall laments the state of the building’s bathrooms. 
“I actually really wish they had hand sanitizer — that’s, like, one of my main complaints,” she says. “I asked them about it, but they said that they’re not doing it because people started stealing them.”
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Pride Parade

Spokane held its 24th annual pride parade through the downtown streets, with thousands of marchers and spectators.

By Young Kwak

Susan Tyler-Babkirk, left, and Kerry Shuss carry a pride flag.
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Priest River

By Mike Bookey

Priest River
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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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RANKED: We run down the Star Wars series, from worst to best

Star Wars. Nothing but Star Wars. At least, that's how being on the internet is going to feel for the

By Nathan Weinbender

The Rise of Skywalker, the ninth episode of the Star Wars saga, hits theaters on Dec. 20. Regardless of quality, it's going to make bank.
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Republic

By Mitch Ryals

Republic
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Republican Party Election Night Event

Republicans from the region held an election night event at The Davenport Grand Hotel in Spokane on Tuesday, November 8,

By Young Kwak

Kelly Lotze, left, and Tanner Stepp react as the state of Ohio is called for Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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Salt Lake Screaming Eagles vs. Spokane Empire Indoor Football League Game

After a slow start, the Spokane Empire scored 14 fourth-quarter points to rally and beat the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles

By Young Kwak

Salt Lake Screaming Eagles vs. Spokane Empire Indoor Football League Game
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