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  • 'All Lives Matter'
  • 'All Lives Matter'

    A deeper look at Pasco as it grapples with the police shooting of a vulnerable man
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  • Lilac City to Windy City
  • Lilac City to Windy City

    After leading the Spokane diocese for four years, Bishop Blase Cupich prepares to lead 2.2 million Catholics in Chicago
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  • The New Normal
  • The New Normal

    It will come as no great shock: the Spokesman-Review is cutting back again
  • After the Fire
  • After the Fire

    Okanogan County residents rebuild homes — and their emotional well-being — after a stressful summer
  • Muddy Waters
  • Muddy Waters

    The Methow Valley and Okanogan County just can't catch a break this summer
  • Where There's Smoke
  • Where There's Smoke

    Recovery is coming slowly after fire blackens the Methow Valley
  • The Eyeball Economy
  • The Eyeball Economy

    In defense of clickbait (or pandering with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis)
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  • The Leading Edge
  • The Leading Edge

    For news outlets, what's the value of Facebook discussion?
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  • To Understand a Pedophile
  • To Understand a Pedophile

    How could I not see that my camp counselor would become a sex predator?
      Scott, Thanks for all the excitement with your knee and all. You did a great job this last week. I really hope you keep playing. I’ll see you next summer. See Ya! Tim I have read and re-re
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Sports
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Sports

      LEARN A NEW SPORT IN FORE! WEEKS Depending on your perspective, summer is either hot, long and drawn out (for you ski bums) or unfairly short (every student ever in the history of civilization).
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  • The Community of Running
  • The Community of Running

    After the Boston bombings, Spokane runners show their support and resilience
      “How many virgins do we have tonight?” Maybe 15 hands shoot up, somewhat reluctantly. And people clap euro;” for the virgins. Yes, great to see them. Soon they will lose their virgi
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  • Of All the Places
  • Of All the Places

    With the world as my oyster, I still chose Spokane
      “So, why Spokane?” That’s a question I’ve been asked a lot — and asked of myself — in the past 18 months. When people find out I moved here after having the choice of li
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  • America Start Your Engines
  • America Start Your Engines

    Why We Love Loud Things That Go Fast
      To begin, a confession: I’m not an auto racing fan, but I play one at the track.
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  • Back to Good Health
  • Back to Good Health

    Aging puts your spine at risk, but you can work to avoid surgery
      It’s an almost universal sign: chest pain suggests something going on with your heart.
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  • Thanks to You (Tube)
  • Thanks to You (Tube)

    Straight No Chaser is Proof: Video doesn't kill the radio star.
      Let us count the ways YouTube is the worstcreation ever.One: It gave us Rebecca Black’s “Friday.”Two: Videos with “cats” and “LOL” in the title.That’s e
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  • Taking Aim on Skis
  • Taking Aim on Skis

    In search of an unconventional sport of speed and precision.
      There’s no lack of interest in snow sports in the Inland Northwest, even in snow-challenged years like this one. And while it may not be the fastest sport, cross-country (or nordic) skiing has c
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    Jim Romenesko goes rogue.
      and journalism trades, the name is synonymous with must-have information. Romenesko is to mediaindustry news/blogging/gossip what TMZ is to unnecessary celebrity obsession. The longtime blogger recently cut ties with the Poynter Institute, the journalism training center that hosted his blog for 12 years.
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