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  • Fault Lines
  • Fault Lines

    The East Valley School District got the “seismic change” it was looking for, but it may cost school board members their seats
      East Valley School District parent Stacy Montoya pounds the podium, delivering a sermon lambasting the board and superintendent for their transition away from the middle school system. “
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  • Man vs. Wolf
  • Man vs. Wolf

    Loved and hated, the gray wolf finds itself a target for hunters as advocates call for continued protection
      Robert Roman cradles a pale wolf skull in his upturned palm. He does not hate wolves, he says, gripping the hollow eye sockets and turning the bleached bone in his hands.
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  • Concealed for a Reason
  • Concealed for a Reason

    A pistol flashed in a South Hill parking lot reveals the tension between gun owners and the people who live among them
      I had just closed the front door of my car when I looked up and caught a glimpse of the young man opening the passenger door on his pickup parked next to me. That’s when I saw the pistol in a ho
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  • Glory Days
  • Glory Days

    A local filmmaker is putting 1988 Spokane on the screen
  • Life Less Ordinary
  • Life Less Ordinary

    Blackwater Prophet wants the world. But how do they get it?
      For miles, there are houses and rows upon rows of green yards and perfect gardens with respectable cars parked in the driveways. There are parks. There are families walking in big bunches with dogs on
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  • Museum of Discontent
  • Museum of Discontent

    Rehiring Forrest Rodgers didn’t end chaos and frustration at the MAC
      Wearing one of his signature bow ties, Forrest Rodgers, executive director of the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, stands before a crowd of board members at a special Aug. 16 trustee meeting and
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  • Megaload Mayhem
  • Megaload Mayhem

    On the road with activists and an “eco-communist” bent on stopping shipments to the Alberta tar sands
      Thursday, Aug. 8, 10 pm We’re flying 70 miles an hour down Highway 12, past Syringa, Idaho, 15 miles east of Kooskia in Cass Davis’ beat-up blue rig. Davis doesn’t have a plan
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  • Down to the Dollar
  • Down to the Dollar

    More than 1.1 million people in Washington state lost a portion of their food assistance benefits this month; here's one family's story
  • The Evolution of Food
  • The Evolution of Food

    Washington state becomes the latest battleground over genetically modified organisms
  • Immobile Homes
  • Immobile Homes

    It was always the intent to shut down the trailer parks in the Fairchild Air Force Base crash zone — but not like this
      Last week, Susan and Richard Jones’ septic tank backed up yet again. Susan had to hover over the overflowing baby-blue toilet in their 1976 mobile home and fish out “turds” one by on
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  • Bar History
  • Bar History

    Uncovering the storied past of the Park Inn, one of Spokane’s oldest restaurants
      Editor’s Note: Nathan Brand, our video intern, has been painstakingly researching and producing a documentary about the history of the South Hill restaurant and bar, the Park Inn. With the video
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  • The English Way
  • The English Way

    Justice Scalia finds his rationale for an expansive Second Amendment in Common Law — so why does Great Britain have such strict gun control?
      The 2008 Supreme Court ruling on District of Columbia v. Heller is an example of a bad case making even worse law. The D.C. law overreached — it banned ownership of guns, except those grandfathered in
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