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Proud Boys leader sentenced to five months for burning church banner

Superior Court Judge Harold Cushenberry Jr. sentenced Tarrio to 155 days in jail after concluding that he ‘did not credibly express genuine remorse.’

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to speak at Whitworth University’s President’s Leadership Forum

Madeleine Albright, who served as the nation’s 64th secretary of state, will be the featured speaker at Whitworth’s fall President’s Leadership Forum, to be held Sept. 29 from 7:30-9 a.m. at the Spokane Convention Center. Registration is now open.

Where We Gather: Sravasti Abbey

A photo feature on Sravasti Abbey, a Buddhist monastic community in Newport, Washington.

As American News Suffers Declines, Amish Newspapers Flourish In Print

Die Botschaft is a weekly tabloid newspaper, loosely translated The Messenger, with a national circulation of 16,000. While its name is in Pennsylvania Dutch, the newspaper is printed in English and features letters, lots of letters, of about five- to-eight column inches in length, from across the nation.

Russell Moore: Sickness, death from COVID-19 likely reducing some vaccine hesitancy

Pastors are advocating for vaccines but misinformation has driven some evangelical hesitancy about getting COVID-19 shots, Moore told Washington Post Live.

Young evangelicals are leaving church. LGBTQ bias may be driving them away.

As white evangelical denominations double down on their opposition to equality, many younger evangelicals, gay and straight, are voting with their feet.

Saturday Coffee Talk to be on Understanding Prayer

On Aug. 7 SpokaneFāVS will host its next Coffee Talk, this time focusing on its recent Understanding Prayer series.

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