Why Idaho kids don't go to college

Why Idaho kids don't go to college

And what that means for the Gem State

'Weak-Kneed'

'Weak-Kneed'

More fall-out for Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell; plus, Washington lawmakers debate voting rights

Wages or Wellness?

Wages or Wellness?

Why paid sick leave is good for everyone

New Beginning

New Beginning

After opening quietly last fall, Happiness Chinese Restaurant is turning heads on East Sprague

Spark of Change

Spark of Change

Why Chris Hedges thinks we're ripe for revolution

'I Do Not Trust Muzlims'

'I Do Not Trust Muzlims'

Comments by the wife of Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell have raised questions about his office's impartiality

From Backyard to Center Stage

From Backyard to Center Stage

The backyard brawlers of Spokane Anarchy Wrestling take their show indoors

The View From There

The View From There

Summit Cider is rising up in North Idaho

Best Buds

Best Buds

National pot critic's Top 10 strains and best local bud

Checking In

Checking In

What's driving a hotel-building surge in Spokane?

'All Lives Matter'

'All Lives Matter'

A deeper look at Pasco as it grapples with the police shooting of a vulnerable man

Why Idaho kids don't go to college

Why Idaho kids don't go to college

And what that means for the Gem State

Wages or Wellness?

Wages or Wellness?

Why paid sick leave is good for everyone

One Last Hurdle

One Last Hurdle

Developer Ron Wells is waiting on one letter, and then everything should fall into place to resurrect the Ridpath

Promise Keepers?

Promise Keepers?

The city of Spokane tries to keep its promise not to raise taxes; plus, the fight against public nudity

Free Market

Free Market

Retail Services leases shelf space for marijuana growers

Between Love and the Law

Between Love and the Law

He was a criminal. She was a crime fighter. Their relationship would cost them both dearly

Best Buds

Best Buds

National pot critic's Top 10 strains and best local bud

Minding Your Money

Minding Your Money

Pay close attention: The Idaho Statehouse is delving into the financial details of Medicaid, roads and state taxes

'Weak-Kneed'

'Weak-Kneed'

More fall-out for Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell; plus, Washington lawmakers debate voting rights

A Show About Nothing

A Show About Nothing

Ryan Tucker asked his friends to reenact a sitcom with him, and they said yes

Get Thee to a Nunnery

Get Thee to a Nunnery

After more than a decade, the all-male version of the popular musical Nunsense returns to the Civic stage

Return To Nature

Return To Nature

Liberty Naturals offers a place to shop for natural, organic and local essentials

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

A creepy doc, stellar read and melodic indie-rock debut

UPDATE | JAVA HAYDEN

UPDATE | JAVA HAYDEN

New location, same soul

The Food Guru

The Food Guru

The timing couldn't be better for food expert Alton Brown to check out Spokane's dining scene

Peace, Justice and Fry Sauce

Peace, Justice and Fry Sauce

Distilled: A shot of life

The View From There

The View From There

Summit Cider is rising up in North Idaho

Mind Games

Mind Games

The Inland Northwest is home to a sizable and highly competitive community of Magic: The Gathering players

Better Together

Better Together

Main Market Co-op celebrates five years with changes, but the same mission

Never Forget

Never Forget

Warren G is still regulating 20 years later

Con Err

Con Err

Focus mistakenly emphasizes romance over sleight of hand

Plugged In

Plugged In

Folkie John Craigie goes electric for his new tour

Seashell Secrets

Seashell Secrets

Song of the Sea is a beautiful story of siblings struggling to cope and understand each other

The Bad Kids

The Bad Kids

Envision a world where timeout is permanent in Mommy

New Moves

New Moves

The Dodos push themselves to greater heights through dance, ever-changing rhythms and getting back to basics

Robot Rock

Robot Rock

Tired of aliens, Neill Blomkamp tries his hand with robots in Chappie

Among the Green

Among the Green

Around St. Patrick's Day, the world wises up to Irish music once more

From Backyard to Center Stage

From Backyard to Center Stage

The backyard brawlers of Spokane Anarchy Wrestling take their show indoors

Welcome To Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week

Welcome To Restaurant Week

Don't give up on this season just yet

Snowlander

Don't give up on this season just yet

An Inland Northwest Kind of Holiday

Holiday Guide

An Inland Northwest Kind of Holiday

Prescription for Nurse Practitioners

Prescription for Nurse Practitioners

With more ARNPs, patients may be left wondering who should provide their care

Under My Skin

Under My Skin

Ask Dr. Matt

Cold Case

Cold Case

OTC medications may make you feel better, but be careful

Feeding a Hungry Crew

Feeding a Hungry Crew

They don't just put out fires; local firefighters have to keep pumping out meals, too

Working Well

Working Well

Employee wellness programs are on the rise, and Spokane is no exception. But can employers actually improve the health of their workers?

Going Back to Basics

Going Back to Basics

Cheney Public Schools helps battle obesity through education and home cooking

Bleeding Hearts

Bleeding Hearts

Charity Corner

Oils of Life

Oils of Life

Essential oils bring wellness through plants' therapeutic powers

Keeping Them Close

Keeping Them Close

Kootenai Health's new partnership with Mayo Clinic enables some patients to get specialized care, right at home

Beating the 'Baby Blues'

Beating the 'Baby Blues'

New parents grab a backpack and hit the trail

First and Foremost

First and Foremost

Life Coaching

The Confidence Ceiling

The Confidence Ceiling

Why do so many women have such a hard time believing in themselves?

Ken Roberts

Ken Roberts

In Their Own Words

Round Two

Round Two

Last year, lukewarm legislators scuttled the possibility of a mental health crisis center for North Idaho. Will this round be any different?

Letters from Mark

Letters from Mark

A mother tries to understand the suicide of a son — just as he was regaining his freedom

Hearts and Minds

Hearts and Minds

Why the Inlander spent the past year examining the mental health system

Court of Understanding

Court of Understanding

Spokane's felony Mental Health Court provides a framework for renewed lives

In Contempt

In Contempt

A Spokane judge rules that the mental health system has willfully failed to follow evaluation deadlines

Duty to Protect

Duty to Protect

A Spokane case examines how psychiatrists handle potentially dangerous clients

We're in this together

We're in this together

Mental Health Resource Guide

From Pain To Progress

From Pain To Progress

Publisher's Note

'The Cloud I Call My Brain'

'The Cloud I Call My Brain'

In Their Own Words

'It For Sure Saved Me'

'It For Sure Saved Me'

A Navy trainee makes his own luck after a brush with despair

'It Just Felt Right'

'It Just Felt Right'

In Their Own Words

'I Thought I Had Everything Under Control'

'I Thought I Had Everything Under Control'

Bipolar, Tim McFarland spent years hospitalized. Now he's sharing a message of hope

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