The original Hillyard High School building, built in 1907, had an initial enrollment of fourteen students and one teacher. By 1911, the student population had grown exponentially to 105 students, symbolizing the growth of the town of Hillyard and the…

The original Five Mile Prairie Schoolhouse was built in 1901. It was a small one-room building that housed fourteen students and one teacher. In 1912 the school, which had become too small for the expanding Five Mile population, was replaced by a new…

In 1917, this building was the home of the Legal Defense Fund office of the Industrial Workers of the World--a union of unskilled workers whose vigorous tactics made them both feared and derided as the "Wobblies." Of the many Spokane offices of the…

Felts Field is not only the oldest airport in the Spokane area but is also one of the oldest federally designated airstrips in the country. Located near Rutter and Fancher and along the banks of the Spokane River, Felts Field was originally known…