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Chey Scott

Chey Scott 

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Chey Scott is the listings editor — she compiles the weekly events calendar for the print and online editions of the Inlander — and an arts and culture staff writer. She is a lifelong Spokanite and a graduate of Washington State University. Chey (pronounced Shay) also writes about cats every week in the Cat Friday... more
  • Seashell Secrets
  • Seashell Secrets

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

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

    As preventable disease breaks out, concern for public health reaches a fever pitch
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  • Keeping Them Close
  • Keeping Them Close

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

    A Northwest filmmaker couldn't get competitive log-rolling off his mind, so he made a film about it
  • A Good Year
  • A Good Year

    Local writer Sarah Hulse releases an emotional first novel examining the path to redemption and forgiveness

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