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  • Fixing our schools

      When all else fails, when all the strategies they have learned and drills they have practiced and knowledge they have soaked up have been exhausted, and the clock is ticking down the seconds, Longfellow Elementary school teacher Erin S
  • Teaching to test well

      We went to the store." For the third-graders in Jennifer Jensen's class at Freeman Elementary School, the possibilities of that simple sentence are endless. Her class was spending a recent Friday morning parsing sentences -- where is th
  • Sinking the salmon

      Under the best of circumstances, the life of a Pacific Northwest salmon is no picnic. A trip down the Columbia and Snake rivers to the ocean for juvenile salmon is often fraught with obstacles, be they the dams that loom into v
  • Fighting for the Fox

      The phrase "debutante with a dirty face" is often used to describe the Southern-gothic city of Savannah, but it applies just as well to Spokane's splendid but battered Fox Theater.
  • A place in history

      The Fix the Fox campaign is being waged publicly with a certain amount of fanfare. Meanwhile, another Fox-related campaign is being conducted on the relative lowdown. That's the effort to get the building placed onto the Nation
  • Focus on... Agilent

      Smack in the heart of the Spokane Valley, the Agilent building sprawls solidly, a giant among a slew of newly built high-tech headquarters. Back in 1979, when Agilent -- then Hewlett-Packard -- first arrived in Spokane, there
  • An eyesore for your ears

      Jeff Forry has been fielding a lot of calls from irate residents of Spokane County lately, mostly from people fuming about the cell phone towers that seem to be sprouting up everywhere.
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  • Lights out

      It was hard to miss Rosauers President and CEO Jeff Philipps, smiling out of the full-page newspaper ads announcing the grocery chain's decision to lock its doors between midnight and 5 am to save energy.

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