A touring exhibit on the ill-fated ocean liner balances fascination with its story alongside human tragedy
By Chey Scott
Tags: Arts & Culture, HISTORY
An Aryan Nations exhibit is designed to showcase North Idaho's triumph over hate
By Dan Nailen
Tags: Arts & Culture, HISTORY, Human Rights Institute
Power to the People
Spokane's Steam Plant Square celebrates its 100th anniversary
By Carrie Scozzaro
Tags: Food & Drink, HISTORY
Revival on Ninth Avenue
The Woman's Club of Spokane was almost lost to history, but with new leadership, it's catching up to modern times
Tags: Arts & Culture, Culture, History, Woman's Club of Spokane
Two unrelated tales about graves in yards
By Lael Henterly
Tags: News, news, Spokane Valley, Veterans of Foreign Wars, history, crime
A historic downtown building comes back to life as Tamarack Public House
By Jo Miller
Tags: Food & Drink, Food, History, Tamarack Public House
Revival on Riverside
The Masonic Center's new owners plan to make the historic building a downtown attraction
Tags: Arts & Culture, Culture, History, Riverside Event Center, Riverside Place
The Most Desolate Decade
Award-winning author Timothy Egan stops at Whitworth to talk about the Dust Bowl
Tags: Arts & Culture, Culture, History
The Story of Our Lives
It's time to record the memories of Lake City residents
By Mary Lou Reed
Tags: Comment, Comment, History
Staff Picks: Top 10 Inlander history stories of 2013
By Lisa Waananen
Tags: Arts & Culture, Year In Review, history, Culture, Arts & Culture
Unsolved Secrets of Lost Spokane: Episode 1
By Nathan Brand
Tags: Arts & Culture, Inlander Originals, video, history, Prohibition, gambling, Culture, Arts & Culture, Video
PHOTO STORY: Washington State Archives
By Young Kwak
Tags: Arts & Culture, archive, public record, history, Culture, Arts & Culture
Coeur d'Alene History Tours
Tags: Arts & Culture, history, culture, museum, Arts & Culture
Life During Wartime
Although landlocked, Spokane was a major port during World War II.
By Annie Szotkowski
Tags: Arts & Culture, history
High Water Marks
How the Inland Northwest was shaped by Earth's greatest floods.
By Nicholas Deshais
Tags: Arts & Culture, science, history
How politics of the past make modern mud-slinging look downright demure.
By Daniel Walters
Tags: Comment, last word, history
Scribe of the G-Men
A historian for the FBI weighs in on J. Edgar Hoover, Clint Eastwood and Silence of the Lambs
By Joe O'Sullivan
Tragedy in Montreal, poverty in North Idaho mines — tracing the 125-year history of Sacred Heart.
By William Stimson
Tags: Arts & Culture, sacred heart, health care, history
A Fourth of July dispatch from the nation's capitol.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Tags: Comment, common ground, history, politics
The Fourth Day
What if the Confederacy had won the Battle of Gettysburg?
Tags: Comment, common ground, politics, history
How one man's epic voyage down the Columbia 200 years ago changed who we are today.
By Jack Nisbet
Tags: Arts & Culture, last word, history, david thompson, Inland Northwest History, Video
You need a primer on Catholic history to keep up with this drama about Pope Alexander VI.
By Luke Baumgarten
Tags: Film, tv, television, history
Three Companions, One Vision
To honor local Jesuit history and announce the school's 125th anniversary, Gonzaga Prep tapped one of its own alums.
Tags: Arts & Culture, history, gonzaga, cataldo, visual art
Spokane's Jesuit High School Graduates
The history of G Prep.
By Robert Carriker
Tags: Arts & Culture, history, gonzaga, cataldo
How a desperate journey to Rome in 1885 created Gonzaga, G Prep and the Spokane we know today.
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
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on Aug 21, 2019
So much for civility: McMorris Rodgers' attack ad accused of "scare tactics" against Brown
By Mitch Ryals
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