Wednesday, September 18, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: The Goat, the Guns and the Guild

Posted By on Wed, Sep 18, 2013 at 8:24 AM


Cami Bradley, an American, still has talent. (SR)

Shawn Vestal argues Spokane needs to stop waiting around for The Police Guild. (SR)

The bike stolen from The Flying Goat is worth less than $1000. But the pizza place is still offering a $1000 dollar reward for information leading to the men who stole it. (KREM)

The big Mount Spokane Ski Expansion has been halted by the Lands Council. (KXLY)


Obamacare has already really helped out some people — the officials who got sweet lobbyist jobs after designing it. (NYT)

The Navy Yard shooter carved strange messages into the stock of his shotgun. (Washington Post)

Starbucks is requesting you refrain from riding dirty into their corporate coffee shops anymore.  (Guardian)


Former Spokesman-Review reporter Kelly McBride, now with the Poynter Institute, criticizes the practice of trawling the depths of the Internet to expose racist idiots. (Poynter)

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