Friday, September 16, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Change of venue, and a new extreme sport

Posted on Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 8:18 AM

Trial could move — The attorney defending Spokane Police Officer Karl Thomspon filed a motion to move the trial due to attention from media and politicians. (SR)

No to Monroe — A proposal to revitalize Monroe from the river extending two miles north has met a cool reception by the neighborhood. Some fear the construction will disrupt their businesses. (KREM)

Extreme couponing — Need more money? Grab your scissors and clip your way to a European cruise or the Caribbean. Or the Spokane Valley library, where a class on couponing will be held on Sept. 23. (KXLY)

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