A quick look at the 40th Spokane Ag Expo and 63rd Pacific Northwest Farm Forum.
Adult and youth photographers again turned in their best work to depict Pacific Northwest agricultur
By parking at the arena and riding the shuttle bus, visitors can avoid the expense of finding parkin
The Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum honors those individuals working to improve agr
A complete list of the exhibitors at the 2017 edition of the Expo.
Creighton University professor emeritus Art Douglas returns to the Spokane Ag Expo. Douglas is popular with local farmers, says Expo manager Myrna O'Leary.
With Greater Spokane Incorporated under new leadership, the agribusiness council's priorities include public policy impacts, say chairman Jay Allert.
Washington State University economics professor Randy Fortenbery and Washington Grain Commission CEO Glen Squires will give the economic forecast during the Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum.
Rodeo barrel racer Amberley Snyder wants FFA members to know they can overcome obstacles.
Longtime Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum director Myrna O'Leary plans to retire in November, making this her last official show. O'Leary will remain as a consultant to help the transition in 2018.
Future employers return every year to the Spokane Ag Expo career fair to promote potential jobs to high school students.
Retired Spokane accountant Ernie Becker remembers the early days of the Spokane Ag Expo, which marks its 40th anniversary in 2017.