Just charge it! Your car, that is Spokane and Avista teamed up to unveil an electric car charging station in the City Hall parking lot. Just one thing: Bring your own cord, man. And another thing: Plug the meter. Other than that the juice is free.
At last, some Yard work Development schemes at Kendall Yards have faltered before, but Jim Frank and local dignitaries planted a tree on the north bank of the Spokane River to signify the downtown development is moving forward and will have first houses built by end of summer.
Calling all sidewalk supers If you are a construction and heavy equipment geek (and who isn't?) jonesing for an update on the reconstruction of Lincoln Street on Spokane's South Hill, strap on your bump cap and hit the link to check out the video. Twelve blocks of pavement gone, buddy, giant trac-hoes at work. We won't snitch.