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  • Heating Up
  • Heating Up

    Racial tensions grow from Ferguson to Spokane as protesters, parents and students demand justice
  • Still Fighting
  • Still Fighting

    After 25 years, Chuck D has seen a lot of things change — and a lot stay exactly the same
  • Roostertails Through Time
  • Roostertails Through Time

    Looking back on Coeur d’Alene’s hydro history — and future
      H1 Unlimited class hydroplanes can exceed 200 miles per hour on the straightaway. They are up to 30 feet long and weigh a whopping 6,750 pounds; they need cranes to lift them in and out of the water. At top speed, they literally fly across lakes and rivers with only their propellers touching the surface.
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  • Life In Transition
  • Life In Transition

    Philip Porter’s journey there and back.
      Philip wishes heâeuro;™d given himself time to be a man. Last month he went to the Spokane Public Library and tore a picture from a magazine. He took the photo to Fantastic Sams. He told the hairdresser he was ready for a change..
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  • Sticky Note Slaughter
  • Sticky Note Slaughter

    The Idaho State Senate chose to hide in the Dark Ages when it failed to protect Idahoans’ civil rights.
      As far back as 1961, an enlightened Legislature wrote into law that freedom from discrimination is a civil right, specifically outlawing discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, sex or national origin. Age 40 and older was added in 1987, and disabilities in 1989.
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  • Seventh in the Nation
  • Seventh in the Nation

    Washington's big gay week. Plus, revolution and a challenge.
      The conference’s opening reception is this Friday, Feb. 17, from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane. It will feature spoken word and music, along with a screening of the short film “Maria Full of Hope,� and it’s free to the public.
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  • What the Frack?!
  • What the Frack?!

    Marriage equality, a social backlash, a sporty lawsuit, gas and justice gets a new leader.
  • And Then There's Me
  • And Then There's Me

    Growing up Mexican in a white family, in a white town, in a white nation
      %uFFFDeuro;%uFFFDWhen I go into a Mexican restaurant and the waiter starts speaking Spanish to me,%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFD Shane says, %uFFFDeuro;%uFFFDI just have to be like, %uFFFDeuro;%uFFFDSorry buddy.%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFD%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFD That night walking home in January 2008, Shane talks about wanting a family. He talks about wanting a house. He talks about wanting his life settled.
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  • Tug of War
  • Tug of War

    How some local Arab-Americans feel caught between cultures.
      Nemri is a math professor at Spokane Community College and has an office in the science building, near labs where the constituent components of TNT are common. That could explain the detection, but it doesnâeuro;™t answer a more fundamental question: Why did they pull her out of line in the first place?.
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  • March On
  • March On

    How the bomb that didn’t go off changed the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity March.
      With the culprit behind bars, police, city officials and the march organizer say there are two things left to do: secure the parade, and stand up against the hateful motivations that brought Harpham and his bomb to the downtown intersection. ...continued on next page.
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