Dog Town

Dog Town

Last month's fatal shooting of Arfee still haunts the Lake City

Why Sandpoint Thrives

Why Sandpoint Thrives

A lesson from the best place in Idaho

Fatal Decisions

Fatal Decisions

New insight into how law enforcement balances risk and deadly force

Work It

Work It

Seattle's Fly Moon Royalty isn't afraid of a little 'world domination' with its music

Fighting Words

Fighting Words

Two female MMA fighters from Spokane are ready to take on every other woman in the UFC

Reefer Roots

Reefer Roots

Is the word "marijuana" racist?

The Last Toss

The Last Toss

In his senior season, Spokane's own Connor Halliday hopes to get the national respect he deserves

Reefer Roots

Reefer Roots

Is the word "marijuana" racist?

"Where Will It Stop?"

"Where Will It Stop?"

The Spokane City Council takes on domestic violence

Saving the City of Light

Saving the City of Light

Publisher's Note

Why Sandpoint Thrives

Why Sandpoint Thrives

A lesson from the best place in Idaho

Dog Town

Dog Town

Last month's fatal shooting of Arfee still haunts the Lake City

Teaching to the Evaluation

Teaching to the Evaluation

College professors are held captive to misguided reforms

Justice Denied

Justice Denied

Fifty years later, the brutal murder of a 17-year-old in Coeur d'Alene remains unsolved

Fatal Decisions

Fatal Decisions

New insight into how law enforcement balances risk and deadly force

Hedging Bets

Hedging Bets

Spokane considers giving tax relief to the city's casinos

Fighting Words

Fighting Words

Two female MMA fighters from Spokane are ready to take on every other woman in the UFC

Clean Slate

Clean Slate

A new coach and new players give Whitworth a fresh look this season

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Time travel, a page turner and dancing at home

Back to School

Back to School

Porch Light Pizza builds a good pizza for the college kids

Gridiron Eats

Gridiron Eats

Football snacks don't have to be lazy

The Last Toss

The Last Toss

In his senior season, Spokane's own Connor Halliday hopes to get the national respect he deserves

The Warrior Face of American Football

The Warrior Face of American Football

Understanding why guys put on pads and beat the crap out of each other — and why we watch it happen

Drink Like a Dog

Drink Like a Dog

English Setter's canine-centric pub is making beer as fast as people can drink it

Open Ears, Full Hearts

Open Ears, Full Hearts

Steve Gleason is a huge music fan, and this year he'll be back to bring awareness to ALS with Gleason Fest

Amplifier Worship

Amplifier Worship

Japanese three-piece Boris may just be the loudest band you've ever heard

Kids in America

Kids in America

Rich Hill gives us a grim look at the lives of kids growing up in rural poverty

High Fidelity

High Fidelity

If I Stay nails so much about its source material — except key details of tone

Spinning Wheels

Spinning Wheels

Woody Allen recycles old philosophical material in Magic in the Moonlight

Work It

Work It

Seattle's Fly Moon Royalty isn't afraid of a little 'world domination' with its music

Bow Tie Madness

Bow Tie Madness

With Gaytheist, you can't judge a band by what its lead singer wears

Style over Substance

Style over Substance

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For struggles to even come close to its predecessor

Imaginary Friends

Imaginary Friends

The very real role that fantasy plays in our everyday lives

Justice Denied

Justice Denied

Fifty years later, the brutal murder of a 17-year-old in Coeur d'Alene remains unsolved

Inside the Tortilla

Cheap Eats Guide

Inside the Tortilla

Beginner's Guide to Pot

Marijuana Issue

Beginner's Guide to Pot

Pick Your Own Adventure

Outdoors Issue

Pick Your Own Adventure

Summer Guide 2014: Food

Summer Guide

Summer Guide 2014: Food

Making Work Safer

Scholastic Fantastic

Making Work Safer

The Inlander's Music Festival for All

Local Music Guide

The Inlander's Music Festival for All

Best Bets

Bloomsday

Best Bets

Leisurely Learning

Summer Camps

Leisurely Learning

Hold the Salt

Hold the Salt

A new effort is underway to cut sodium consumption in Spokane, and it may be especially important for seniors

Tomato, Tomahto

Tomato, Tomahto

Superfood

Branching Out

Branching Out

Steve and Marie Cole, both farmers and physical therapists, get the most out of their land through organic practices

Parental Controls

Parental Controls

There are ways for parents to restrict access to cable TV and the Internet, at least at home, but what about books at school?

The Power of Touch

The Power of Touch

High-tech tests and state-of-the-art imaging can't replace a physician's hands

Going Green

Going Green

The benefits of meatless eating

Personal Tastes

Personal Tastes

From the Editor

What Should You Do?

What Should You Do?

Like CPR or the Heimlich maneuver, Mental Health First Aid can prepare you for a crisis

Dr. Kevin Mulvey

Dr. Kevin Mulvey

Their Own Words

Perhaps a Pause

Perhaps a Pause

Life Coaching

Teeing Off On Cancer

Teeing Off On Cancer

Charity Corner

Responding to Need

Responding to Need

Area residents travel to rural Kenya as part of an effort to improve education, health care and nutrition

Meal Planner

Meal Planner

Diagnosed with diabetes, Suzie Willcox designed a way to make shopping easier for those on special diets

Questions About Cannabis

Questions About Cannabis

Legal marijuana is here, and there are a few things you should know

Crowded Out

Crowded Out

What a new court ruling means for Washington's mentally ill who have nowhere to go

Beyond Labels

Beyond Labels

The final frontier of the civil rights movement: mental illness

A Clear and Imminent Danger

A Clear and Imminent Danger

Could more lenient civil commitment standards have prevented Sheena Henderson's death?

'Recovery Happens'

'Recovery Happens'

For the first time, lawmakers were invited to tour Eastern State Hospital and meet with insanity-defense patients

No Respite

No Respite

North Idaho officials are disappointed after losing their bid for a crisis center

'A College With No Graduates'

'A College With No Graduates'

A plaintiff in a lawsuit pitting the state against insanity-defense patients isn't mentally ill. So why is he at Eastern State?

A Mother's Struggle

A Mother's Struggle

As an adult son spins out of control, a family fights to find mental health support amid legal obstacles

Crisis Control

Crisis Control

Increasing mental health calls are pulling North Idaho officers off streets for hours, even days

Empathize More, Fear Less

Empathize More, Fear Less

We all have a stake in addressing mental illness

What Should You Do?

What Should You Do?

Like CPR or the Heimlich maneuver, Mental Health First Aid can prepare you for a crisis

Second Chances

Second Chances

Inspired by an Inlander investigation, an attorney has teamed up with insanity-defense patients to file a civil rights suit against the state

Rule of Law

Rule of Law

Condon's changes to SFD called illegal; plus, detainments on the rise in Coeur d'Alene

Far and Away

Far and Away

Rugged. Remote. Beautiful. The state of Idaho has many qualities, but when it comes to helping its mentally ill, it has a long distance to travel

Why Sandpoint Thrives

Why Sandpoint Thrives

A lesson from the best place in Idaho

Spare Your Change

Spare Your Change

Power plays in downtown Spokane are not sustainable solutions for the poor

Loitering For All

Loitering For All

Spokane doesn't need fewer "vagrants" and "loiterers" downtown; we need more of everyone

Selective Empathy

Selective Empathy

Why some children matter more than others

This is How it Should Work

This is How it Should Work

Protecting clean water by reducing regulation

Into Greener Pastures

Into Greener Pastures

How retail cannabis could encourage a more civil society in Spokane

Help from Corpse and Johnny

Help from Corpse and Johnny

What Bazaar taught me about street kids

Peak Ignorance

Peak Ignorance

How far will humans go to avoid uncomfortable truth?

Blame Labrador

Blame Labrador

Why the Idaho Republican Party is crumbling

Camp Culture

Camp Culture

A new summer camp offers life coaching and cultural connections for girls in Spokane

A Tale of Three Scenes

A Tale of Three Scenes

People were stoked at Volume, the Inlander's music festival — but getting stoked simply isn't enough

Power to the Elites

Power to the Elites

Why Idaho's governor debate actually was informative

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