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  • Minding Your Mind
  • Minding Your Mind

    College can be a psychological pressure cooker. But there's help.
  • Schooling the Budget
  • Schooling the Budget

    As candidates prepare for the primary, they weigh in on problems in district spending.
      With board member Garret Daggett leaving in November, one position is open in this year’s election for the school board, and six names are on the ballot. (One of the candidates, Paul Lecoq, has dropped out of the race, though his name will appear on the ballot.
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  • Annexation for Millions of Dollars, Alex!
  • Annexation for Millions of Dollars, Alex!

    Spokane goes west, a local Jeopardy! champ and biking in the Valley.
      But after passing an online test at home and competing in a simulated game in Seattle, Runsvold landed in front of Alex Trebek himself in March. His debut episode premiered on Friday, July 15. As of press time, he had won his first two games. In fact, he dominated them, blitzing across the board, hammering on the buzzer, rattling off correct responses.
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  • Booster Gone Sterling
  • Booster Gone Sterling

    Marty Dickinson’s new digs. Plus, McMorris Rodgers takes on Obama and a totem pole goes away.
      “The downtown weathered the economic [crash] better than most,” Dickinson says, crediting, in part, the mix of national and local businesses. Even while business shuddered nationally, she says, additional business — like the Apple Store — came to Spokane.
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  • Starry-Eyed
  • Starry-Eyed

    On the eve of the last shuttle launch, a space junkie talks about his lifelong obsession
      Bruce’s basement, and, well, the rest of his house, is packed with enough space gear for a mission to the moon. As we step into a temperature-controlled, well-lit room in his basement, beeping noises announce our arrival and multicolored lights flicker across the ceiling.
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  • Finding Healthy Comfort
  • Finding Healthy Comfort

    De-stress without blowing your diet
      Imagine a long day at work. You’re exhausted and want nothing more than dinner and a comfortable chair. So you reach for … a salad?
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  • Staying in America
  • Staying in America

    In the midst of the Libyan conflict, some good news.
      With the help of American fighter jets, Libyan rebels remain locked in battle against Muammar Gaddafi’s government troops. Now, after almost two months of being told their Libyan student aid would come to an end because of the turmoil, thousands of Libyans learned last week that they can continue their American education.
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  • Tart March
  • Tart March

    What started as a reaction to one police officer's remark has now swept the globe. And now it's happening in the Inland Northwest.
      Women show up in corsets, ripped tights and booty shorts. Others wear only bras and shorts. This is the scene at the average SlutWalk, an international movement in which marchers — from the most scantily clad to the more modest — speak out against the stigma that rape victims are ever to blame, regardless of how they act or how they dress.
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  • August
  • August

    Earl rides a hog, tries a tri, geeks out at SpoCon and more.
      Your guide to all things summery in Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint and the rest of the Inland Northwest for August and September 2011
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  • Cut Off Our Legs
  • Cut Off Our Legs

    Area organizations lose more state funding — but they’re used to it.
      “It’s not like we’ve been at some sort of optimal position for the entire history of the organization and suddenly someone’s going to cut off our legs,” says Karen Mobley, arts director for the Spokane Arts Commission, the only paid staffer in the department.
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  • Burning Palms
  • Burning Palms

    A film that's supposed to shock just ends up making you feel sad.
      Sounds awesome, right? As Variety.com writer Peter Debruge puts it, Landon works so hard to offend that he forgets that the characters should have, well, character. The situations that they find themselves in are too ridiculous to be realistic, and the characters are too weak to be funny or pitiable.
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  • Whitewater Wreck
  • Whitewater Wreck

    State pulls funding for kayak park; counselors keep their jobs.
      A half-million dollar grant to help develop a whitewater park in the Spokane River gorge has been cut off for “lack of substantial progress on the project,” a spokeswoman for the state Recreation and Conservation Office, or RCO, told The Inlander on Tuesday.
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  • The Yellowing Pages
  • The Yellowing Pages

    Seattle kills the phone book. Is Spokane next?
      With the advent of online directories, phone books have become more of a nuisance than a public service to many consumers. Even Yellow Pages Directory Inc. suggests the books are better for lining birdcages than as a source of information, albeit on its “go green” website.
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Recent Comments

  • Re: Spark of Change

    • We can all thank Obama for starting the race and class wars in America. And…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: 'Weak-Kneed'

    • Another hit piece on Haskell for not being a liberal sellout, which apparently the Inlander…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • Mr Walters, you are an excellent writer but my gut tells me this article was…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • Can someone explain the almost as bad as Idaho rates for WA and OR as…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Spark of Change

    • Nice distraction Woo Hoo, but not responsive. How much does our principled radical charge per…

    • on March 5, 2015
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