Don't Give to the Poor

Don't Give to the Poor

Spokane and DSP launch "Give Real Change"; plus, Spokane deputies test body cameras

What Should You Do?

What Should You Do?

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

Fiddle in the Family

Fiddle in the Family

After 30 years of teaching, JayDean Ludiker continues to inspire new generations of musicians

Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire

Displaced residents start the long road out of "hell" in the wake of the largest wildfire in Washington state history

Defending the Core

Defending the Core

Publisher's Note

Manager or Activist?

Manager or Activist?

How political should the county treasurer's office be?

Eyes in the Sky

Eyes in the Sky

With little fanfare, the United States Department of Homeland Security has deployed drones high above Washington, Idaho and Montana

Three-Way Race

Three-Way Race

Eying a second term, Rep. Marcus Riccelli faces two primary challengers

Don't Give to the Poor

Don't Give to the Poor

Spokane and DSP launch "Give Real Change"; plus, Spokane deputies test body cameras

Awards Season

Awards Season

The accolades the Inlander earned this year from regional and national journalism groups

Beyond Labels

Beyond Labels

The final frontier of the civil rights movement: mental illness

'Only Risk'

'Only Risk'

Why pregnant or breastfeeding mothers should avoid cannabis

Room for Compromise

Room for Compromise

Why the city could clear the way for Uber and Lyft, but not Airbnb

Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire

Displaced residents start the long road out of "hell" in the wake of the largest wildfire in Washington state history

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

A podcast, magazine and video

Huckleberry Heaven

Huckleberry Heaven

Meet the people who hunt down the elusive Northwest treat

Fiddle in the Family

Fiddle in the Family

After 30 years of teaching, JayDean Ludiker continues to inspire new generations of musicians

About a Boat

About a Boat

Forty years ago, a boat was made in Spokane — it's purple and runs great

Rising from Ruins

Rising from Ruins

Craft cocktails and small plates by the Stella's crew are now just down the street

Creating Comfort

Creating Comfort

Baxters on Cedar brings an eclectic elegance to Sandpoint

Songs by the Mile

Songs by the Mile

The road-seasoned Head and the Heart open up the Festival at Sandpoint season

Working Girl

Working Girl

Valerie June always knew how to work hard for what she wanted; she just didn't know it would pay off so well

Living in the Present

Living in the Present

Breakout indie folk artist Angel Olsen won't stress about what she's done before or what she'll do next

Space Laughs

Space Laughs

Guardians of the Galaxy isn't Marvel's 'A' squad, but they get the job done

Feel (Kinda) Good

Feel (Kinda) Good

Get on Up isn't the James Brown biopic you've been waiting for

Same Story

Same Story

Zach Braff didn't do much with the money you gave him for Wish I Was Here

Searching for Symmetry

Searching for Symmetry

For Portland's Rags & Ribbons, it's all about balance

Sympathy for the Old Devil

Sympathy for the Old Devil

And So It Goes is pathologically concerned with making sure we like its irascible hero

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

Tomato, Tomahto

Tomato, Tomahto

Superfood

Perhaps a Pause

Perhaps a Pause

Life Coaching

Sip Away

Sip Away

Concoct your own tea blends and enjoy health benefits while you're at it

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?

Going Green

Going Green

The benefits of meatless eating

Older Teeth, New Smile

Older Teeth, New Smile

Adults have every intention of keeping their teeth, so braces aren't just for adolescents anymore

Teeing Off On Cancer

Teeing Off On Cancer

Charity Corner

Questions About Cannabis

Questions About Cannabis

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

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

Empowering Patients

Empowering Patients

A patient advocate offers help navigating the health care maze

Defeating Tumors

Defeating Tumors

Charity Corner

The Power of Touch

The Power of Touch

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

What Should You Do?

What Should You Do?

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

Mission to Heal

Mission to Heal

These inspiring Spokanites are attracting the esteem of their colleagues locally and beyond

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 Hospital?

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

Calling for Help

Calling for Help

How do you deliver mental health care to Spokane's homeless?

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

Wisdom in a Bottle

Wisdom in a Bottle

To get grown-ups learning, meet them where they are: at the bar

A Part of Us All

A Part of Us All

How time is running out for immigration reform

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