The Spokesman-Review is a daily newspaper based in Spokane, Washington, that serves the Inland Northwest region of the state, which includes Spokane, Spokane County, and the eastern portions of Washington state, as well as Northern Idaho.
The newspaper has a long history, dating back to the late 1800s. And it is known for its comprehensive coverage of local and regional news, including city and county government, education, business, crime, and sports. The Spokesman-Review also features a variety of columns, editorials, and opinions, as well as a robust arts and entertainment section.
The newspaper is owned by the Cowles Company, a diversified media company that also owns other media properties in the region, including television stations and radio stations. The Spokesman-Review daily print circulation is around 55,000, it also has a website where people can access the news, and other digital formats as well.
The newspaper has a staff of reporters, photographers, and editors who work to bring readers the latest news and information from the Inland Northwest. They have a strong tradition of investigative journalism and have won several prestigious awards such as the Pulitzer Prize and George Polk Award. The Spokesman-Review also focuses on community engagement and local content with events and local coverage.