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Teams needed to run the TC50

Teams needed to run the TC50

It's time for runners to sign up for the 4th annual TC50 Relay Race! The name “TC50” stands for Teen Closet and... 50 miles! The race consists of a 50 mile course, consisting of 10 legs (they are not equal in length).  Spokane area high schools are used as start/finish, water stops and transitions. The focus is on the high schools, because that is the age group most served by Teen Closet.

The race is Saturday, June 14th.  Teams of up to 10 can compete.  All ages and athletic abilities are welcome. The cost is $300 per team up to 10 runners, $200 for high school teams. There is an increase in registration fee if your team signs up after May 31st.

WSU Extension celebrates 100th year

A group of college students pitched in last week to help get a community garden growing for the season in southwest Spokane.

The 18,000-square-foot plot uses the latest techniques in vegetable and berry farming to provide produce to low-income residents in the city.

Their partner is Washington State University Extension, which this week is celebrating its 100th year of providing research and assistance to Spokane and other counties in the state.

Dr. Redinger's SPS Progress Report for May

In her May Progress Report, Spokane Schools Superintendent Dr. Shelley Redinger explains what ThoughtStream is and how the district is using it to communicate with parents and the greater Spokane community.

Learn about Spokane Schools Options at community meetings

Learn about Spokane Schools Options at community meetings

From Spokane Public Schools:

The Spokane Public Schools Department of Innovation will be hosting three community outreach meetings to share the changes taking place within the district.


Information will provided about current and proposed Option schools, the charter authorization process and Pride Prep, the first charter school. There will also be plenty of time to ask questions about the SPS Portfolio of School Options.

EWU celebrates Eagle Week in Cheney, Spokane

EWU celebrates Eagle Week in Cheney, Spokane

This week is Eastern Washington University's Eagle Week in Spokane and Cheney and there are plenty of activities to celebrate, all leading up to the annual Red and White game on Saturday, April 26 at Roos Field.

Head Coach Beau Baldwin says his student athletes are spending the week out in the community talking to high school students and getting fans pumped.

He says the big game Saturday is a chance for the community to see what they have been working for. A chance to finally get out of the weight room and, for the younger Eags, a chance at a big break.

"They're getting some of their first opportunities, especially if they came in as a Freshman last fall. A lot of those times you were red shirting on the scout team, and now you're getting your first opportunity to really compete within our defense. It's always fun to see those guys emerging too during spring practice," said Coach Baldwin.

For all the details on Eagle Week, check out the News Links page of the website.

Five Spokane students named Washington Scholars

Five Spokane students named Washington Scholars

Five Spokane students have been named Washington Scholars, the state’s highest academic honor.


The Washington Scholar program was started by the Legislature in 1981 and honors the accomplishments of three high school seniors from each of Washington’s 49 legislative districts.

EWU announces new college

EWU announces new college

Eastern Washington University announced a new college Monday. The College of Health Science & Public Health is set to open at the Riverpoint Campus in time for the 2014-15 school year.


“Eastern Washington University has a long tradition of excellence in the health sciences in downtown Spokane,” said EWU President Rodolfo Arévalo. “This new college will elevate our current programs, initiate research in critical health arenas, promote the development of additional health-related fields of study and expand degree options.”