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Located on the Spokane River in Eastern Washington, 110 miles south of the Canadian border, this trading post was the first long-term European settlement in Washington and the center of the fur trade between the Rockies and the Cascades for 16 years. In the late 1800s, gold and silver were discovered in the Inland Northwest. The Spokane area is considered to be one of the most productive mining districts in North America.

Population: 202319
Local Newspapers: The Spokesman-Review
Local Sports Teams: Gonzaga Bulldogs Spokane Indians (Single A Baseball) Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
Local Colleges: Gonzaga University

Zip Codes associated with spokane, washington: 99201 99202 99203 99204 99205 99206 99207 99208 99212 99216 99217 99218 99223 99224
Towns/Cities near spokane, washington : Town and Country Fairwood Millwood Liberty Lake Cheney Millwood

Spokane News
Spokane Falls closed for construction

Drivers heading west on Spokane Falls Boulevard Monday morning caught a rude reminder that the downtown arterial was closed between Lincoln and Monroe for construction. The project is to install a new combined sewer overflow tank, which will help prevent sewage from accidently spilling into the Spokane River.

Victim of North Spokane house fire remains hospitalized, condition...

Mike Slavens, the son of 95-year-old World War II veteran Morris Slavens who died in a house fire early Saturday morning , remains under care at Deaconess Hospital, but his condition has improved, authorities say. The younger Slavens' lungs were burned in the fire while trying to reach his father's bedroom after flames engulfed the North Spokane home at 1927 W. Fairview Ave. at about 3:40 a.m. Saturday.

Spokane's second climbing gym set to open Tuesday - Mon, 27 Mar 2017 PST

The new Bloc Yard Bouldering Gym is taking shape at 233 E. Lyons in Spokane, Wash. The Bloc Yard Bouldering Gym, will have a soft opening, Tuesday, with a grand opening on April 15. Prices will go up after the grand opening.

Spokane Buddhist Temple hosts 27th annual Harumatsuri Japanese Spring ...

Dine in or take out an array of traditional Japanese foods from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Spokane Buddhist Temple, 927 S. Perry St. Pre-ordering is available online at www.SpokaneBuddhistTemple.org or by calling 534-7954.

Spokane Police announce huge drug and weapons bust

Police Officers on patrol over the weekend seized a number of firearms and a significant amount of drugs during four different incidents. At least three people face charges ranging from Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, Unlawful Possession of Firearms, Possession of Stolen Firearms, and Trafficking of EBT Cards.

Researchers unearth century-old mystery in Spokane Chinatown-linked...

Researchers digging near the Looff Carrousel this winter unearthed shattered dinnerware bearing Chinese and Japanese markings, perhaps the only remaining relics of a portion of Spokane's Chinatown swept away by the encroaching railroads. Yet despite a few tantalizing clues, investigators say some of their most fundamental questions - in particular, the question of origin - remain unanswered.

100 years ago in Spokane: German society says members stand behind...

"These portraits and flags are to be replaced by the Stars and Stripes," said the society's president, Dr. E.T. Richter. Richter said he believed that all 300 active members of the society "deplore the action of the German government in its announcement of unrestricted submarine warfare."

STA moves ahead with Central City Line plan - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 PST

The Spokane Transit Authority is moving ahead with development of a Central City Line despite President Trump's proposal to cut a key funding source. Voters last fall approved local sales tax money to build the line, which would move a large number of riders through the heart of Spokane from west to northeast.

Artist Dan McCann's assemblages subject of EWU retrospective "A...

The basement of artist Dan McCann's Perry District home is a collector's dream. It's a curated mash-up of some of the best and weirdest that pop culture has offered since the 1970s.

Spokane's worst roads: Find out how your street ranks - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 PST

Every one of the more than 11,000 blocks of street in Spokane has a numerical rating on a 0-100 scale. Here's a quick guide: The ratings are based on a standardized system called a pavement condition index.

100 years ago in Spokane: Thousands take loyalty oath at rally as...

They were gathered, under fluttering flags, "to register a patriotic willingness to sustain the country's integrity with whatever effort or sacrifice may be necessary." The U.S. was not yet formally at war with Germany, but President Woodrow Wilson announced his intention to ask Congress for a declaration of war on April 2, 1917.

WWII veteran killed in house fire remembered as "good man"

A fire tore through a Spokane home early Saturday morning, killing one person and sending another to the hospital. When firefighters arrived at the home on the 1,900 block of West Fairview around 3:45 a.m., they found it engulfed in flames.

Family remembers veteran killed in house fire

A loving grandfather and World War II veteran 95-year-old Morris Slavens died in the home that he built with his own two hands, and his son Mike was taken to a local hospital after he tried to save his father's life during a house fire earlier Saturday morning. A stretcher still on the ground, charred debris, a burned out room and broken glass were signs that the fire moved quickly throughout the house and neighbors evacuated.

In her new book, Rachel Dolezal isna t backing down from her racial identity claims

As Rachel Dolezal tells it in her new book, she's always colored pictures of herself with a brown crayon - not with a peach-colored one and certainly not with a white one. And as the white girl with freckles and blonde hair transformed herself into a woman who identified as black with frizzy hair and bronzed skin, the brown crayon began to take over.

SFD investigating fatal house fire

At approximately 3:45 a.m. on Saturday morning, Spokane Fire Department responded to a fire in a single-story family residence in the 1900 block of W. Fairview Ave. Upon arrival, one person who lived in the home told crews there was another person still inside. Firefighters were able to find the person within minutes of entering the house, but medical efforts to revive the victim were unsuccessful.

World War II veteran dies in house fire in North Spokane - Sat, 25 Mar 2017 PST

A 95-year-old man died in a house fire early Saturday morning and his son was injured while trying to rescue him. The Spokane Fire Department was called to 1927 W. Fairview Ave. at 3:40 a.m. Saturday.

Idaho Department of Labor offers credit monitoring for customers affected by data breach

Idaho Department of Labor has set up a toll-free phone number for customers who have additional questions about the recent data breach involving America's Job Link , a Kansas-based, multi-state system that operates the Idaho Department of Labor's IdahoWorks job search engine. The phone number is 1-844-469-3939 and will be manned form 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mountain Time, Monday-Friday.

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