Trump vs. Jesus

Trump vs. Jesus

Why my conservative Christian parents can't vote for the Republican for president this time

Exploring Identity

Exploring Identity

The city of Spokane Valley wants to create its first public arts master plan

Enemy No. 1

Enemy No. 1

Oliver Stone's Snowden doesn't break new ground but is still a thrill ride

Class Act

Class Act

Seeing through money differences can build relationships focused on fairness

I Saw You

I Saw You

Week of September 22nd

Coming Changes

Coming Changes

How to screen for drugs on the road and in federal workplaces

A Toast to America

A Toast to America

The official Clinton vs. Trump debate drinking game

OK, Hold Your Nose

OK, Hold Your Nose

Everything you need to know before Election Day

Trump vs. Jesus

Trump vs. Jesus

Why my conservative Christian parents can't vote for the Republican for president this time

A Toast to America

A Toast to America

The official Clinton vs. Trump debate drinking game

Don's Ultimate Con

Don's Ultimate Con

Trail Mix: Trump's birther problems and Johnson's polls

Murrow's Nightmare

Murrow's Nightmare

Debate moderators need to be much more than an onstage prop to make our democracy work

The Messenger

The Messenger

Local leaders weigh in on how Donald Trump's campaign has impacted racism in America

Class Act

Class Act

Seeing through money differences can build relationships focused on fairness

$1.5 Million Short

$1.5 Million Short

East Valley neglects to collect transportation levy funds; plus, the Spokane City Council funds further research into police contacts and racial disparities

On the Move

On the Move

Spokane County Jail addresses inmate-screening concerns; plus, mobile market would be wheel relief for city's northeast 'food desert'

Base of Support

Base of Support

Polling local leaders and opinion-makers about presidential politics

Bank Shot

Bank Shot

Could Spokane create a nonprofit to turn foreclosures and vacant lots back into thriving neighborhoods?

I Saw You

I Saw You

Week of September 15th

Opportunity Gnaws

Opportunity Gnaws

Z Nation didn't just bring zombies to Spokane — it's proved that the city can support a vibrant film industry

Ride Ben Burr

Ride Ben Burr

A railroad line turned bike trail is finally nearing completion

By the Numbers

By the Numbers

North Idaho Cider changes ownership focus, adds to cider line

TV | Amazon Comedy

TV | Amazon Comedy

The online-shopping giant is an unlikely home for serious laughs

Bigger Beer

Bigger Beer

The Inland Northwest Craft Beer Festival is a sign of how far we've come

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Ozzie's radio show, fantasizing football and Rainier's new brew

Exploring Identity

Exploring Identity

The city of Spokane Valley wants to create its first public arts master plan

A Sweet New Start

A Sweet New Start

Sweet Annie's finds a niche in the Inland Northwest

Worth Remembering

Worth Remembering

An Aryan Nations exhibit is designed to showcase North Idaho's triumph over hate

The Wild Bunch

The Wild Bunch

Brooklyn's Guerilla Toss comes to the West Coast for the first time

Horror Re-runs

Horror Re-runs

Blair Witch can't capture the found-footage magic of the original

Enemy No. 1

Enemy No. 1

Oliver Stone's Snowden doesn't break new ground but is still a thrill ride

Scratch That

Scratch That

Bridget Jones's Baby feels almost proudly stuck in another era

Feminist First

Feminist First

Through her music, Dolly Parton has always shown women how to stay strong

Play On

Play On

Years after they were crafted, vintage and antique instruments still have their place in Spokane

Sole Destroyer

Sole Destroyer

Dan Bejar strips down his sound for his new songs and tour

True West

True West

The Magnificent Seven returns to a much-needed territory: Western heroism

Coming Changes

Coming Changes

How to screen for drugs on the road and in federal workplaces

Ride Ben Burr

Ride Ben Burr

A railroad line turned bike trail is finally nearing completion

Welcome to Arts Season

Fall Arts

Welcome to Arts Season

The Big Picture

Give Guide

The Big Picture

You Want It? You Got It!

Summer Guide

You Want It? You Got It!

Pomegranate Power

Pomegranate Power

Superfood: Loaded with antioxidants, fiber and more

Health Care You Wear

Health Care You Wear

Technology: Real-time reporting on your health and fitness, 24-7

Get Empowered!

Get Empowered!

Editor's Note: Untangling the snarl of modern health care

Heart Saver?

Heart Saver?

Pill Box: New SGLT-2 inhibitors offer exciting promise

Not Green Enough?

Not Green Enough?

Healthy Planet: Cannabis is legal in Washington state now; some want to make growing it safer and more sustainable

The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect

Education: WSU looks to take full advantage of the new medical school opening in Spokane

Adventures in DIY Shampoo

Adventures in DIY Shampoo

Healthy Beauty: Can you have a healthier head of hair by skipping off-the-shelf shampoo?

Prepping for Success

Prepping for Success

Just for Kids: Getting every kid off to a great school-year start

In Harmony

In Harmony

People: Any show that Last Chance For Gas plays is a donation of their time

Herb Searching

Herb Searching

E-Health: Online and amazingly comprehensive

School Do's

School Do's

Parenting: Academic success begins outside the classroom

Old Glasses, New Life

Old Glasses, New Life

Charity Corner: Giving clarity to those in need

Food as Medicine

Food as Medicine

Cooking: Changing the notion of hospital food

Where There's a Bill...There's a Way

Where There's a Bill...There's a Way

The Empowered Patient: How to make sure your hospital bill is fair and accurate — and avoid overpaying

House Calls

House Calls

Innovation: Get health care in the comfort of your own home, or practically anywhere else

Secret to a Longer Life?

Secret to a Longer Life?

Life Coaching: Our relationships mean a lot

Blooms of Joy

Blooms of Joy

Charity Corner: Brightening days with flowers

Safety Smarts

Safety Smarts

Ask Dr. Matt: Be savvy about your kids' health

Coming Changes

Coming Changes

How to screen for drugs on the road and in federal workplaces

Looking for a Leader

Looking for a Leader

The cannabis inclinations of the presidential hopefuls

Record High

Record High

Who's buying what in Washington state's exploding cannabis market

Seeking Approval

Seeking Approval

A higher hurdle for aspiring drivers and a new research opportunity

What It Means

What It Means

A closer read of a new DEA policy

Dividing Lines

Dividing Lines

A dispensary squares off with a church

Take a Trip

Take a Trip

Local curators dig up soundtracks for an altered state of mind

Pot Progress

Pot Progress

Cannabis acceptance pushes further into the mainstream

Not for Kids

Not for Kids

New labels for edibles

What's Hot?

What's Hot?

Strains local budtenders say smokers can't get enough of

Consider This

Consider This

A life coaching site for cannabis users, a Seattle marijuana tour, and a weed-related documentary series

Test Anxiety

Test Anxiety

Attitudes about cannabis have shifted, but when it comes to the workplace, change has been slower

Drug Money

Drug Money

Money from the marijuana taxes is beginning to trickle down from the state to local cities

Seeds of 
Change?

Seeds of Change?

Unlike its neighbors to the west, Idaho has resisted loosening its cannabis laws. Could that be changing?

Too Much 
Green

Too Much Green

The lack of banking services has forced pot transactions to be handled with cash, and that can be a problem

Think of the Children

Think of the Children

Pot is legal. That doesn't mean more kids are smoking it; it also doesn't mean they should

Rule Refresher

Rule Refresher

Making sense of Washington's new medical marijuana law

Munchie Mania

Munchie Mania

Fast-food options can satisfy any craving for munchies

Unlikely Pair

Unlikely Pair

Microsoft teams up with cannabis financial technology company

What's Hot?

What's Hot?

Marijuana news from around the state

Fact or Fiction

Fact or Fiction

Marijuana-related claims proven, disputed, disproven in recent studies

Willie's Weed

Willie's Weed

Country singer Willie Nelson gets help from a local processor

Up and App 'Em

Up and App 'Em

Marijuana-related apps educate, evaluate and entertain

More Than Enough

More Than Enough

State's grow canopy meets medical and recreational marijuana demand, new study finds

Delivering
the Goods

Delivering the Goods

Subscription boxes bring marijuana and hemp accessories to consumers' doors

Jokes and Tokes

Jokes and Tokes

Sober comedians get high, then perform again

Females to the Front

Females to the Front

Companies are creating products for a growing group of consumers: women

Targeting Kids

Targeting Kids

The Department of Health's new marijuana prevention campaign reaches out to teens

Licensing Loophole

Licensing Loophole

Local medical pot dispensaries say Seattle businesses are taking their retail licenses

Smokin' Deals

Smokin' Deals

Local shops offer big 4/20 deals

Form Frustration

Form Frustration

Some medical marijuana patients are peeved because of an invasive section on a state form

Changing Course

Changing Course

Liquor and Cannabis board revises rules again following public input

Consider This

Consider This

Cannabis-infused snack spreads, a disposable vape pen and a website that highlights marijuana-related podcasts

Quick Hits

Quick Hits

Cannabis testing labs band together; plus, the deadline to apply for a retail license nears

Crossing Over

Crossing Over

SpoCannabis becomes the state's first medical marijuana dispensary to switch to recreational

The Evergreen Strains

The Evergreen Strains

A handful of marijuana strains pay homage to Washington state

Easy Does It

Easy Does It

Tacoma's cloudPWR is digitizing the way medical marijuana cards are issued

Testing for Trace(s)

Testing for Trace(s)

Trace Analytics is the first lab in Washington to test cannabis for pesticides

Pot's Other Chemical

Pot's Other Chemical

Anecdotal evidence points to potential health benefits of a relatively unknown marijuana compound

New Highs

New Highs

Washington's Mirth Provisions is changing the way marijuana is consumed

Game Day Goodies

Game Day Goodies

420-friendly recipes for Sunday

Bills, Bills, Bills

Bills, Bills, Bills

Cannabis-related proposals appear on this legislative session's agenda

High Road

High Road

Since legalization, interest in a pot breathalyzer is high. Researchers are trying to find a way to pick out stoned drivers

Closer 
Together

Closer Together

Reduced buffer zones in Seattle worry one Spokane pot shop owner

'End of Story'

'End of Story'

Condon administration aims to close the controversial Frank Straub chapter — but last week's scathing report has irrevocably changed the narrative

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