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  • 'Loss of Confidence'
  • 'Loss of Confidence'

    A sudden boot for the city's planning director baffles developers, councilmembers and neighborhood leaders
  • Five-Man Cage Fight
  • Five-Man Cage Fight

    The scramble to represent Spokane’s 3rd District
      Three Democrats and two Republicans are vying to represent a swath of central Spokane. The 3rd District encompasses the city out east as far as Havana Street, south as far as 29th Avenue, west as far as the Spokane River, and north as far as Francis Avenue.
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  • Case Aborted
  • Case Aborted

    An abortion challenge is tossed; plus, the city to part with East Central Community Center
      DAVID JACQUOT (pronounced “ja-coh”) was also given time served in jail — over two years during his two trials — after pleading guilty to a single count of travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual activity, according to court documents. He must also register as a sex offender.
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  • Remembering the King
  • Remembering the King

    King Cole’s legacy is everywhere
      How do you say enough in praise of King Cole? More than any other person during the past half-century, he made Spokane the place it is today. Our beautiful Riverfront Park, vibrant downtown, exciting sporting events and excellent restaurants — all of these attractions and more grew either directly or indirectly from King Cole’s influence.
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  • Red Light, Green Light
  • Red Light, Green Light

    Sandpoint bypass construction prep reveals an older, raunchier city
      A huge archaeological dig in advance of highway construction has just wrapped up after collecting some 600,000 artifacts that paint a clearer picture of what city founders labeled a Restricted District that remained near Sand Creek and the railroad tracks after today’s city moved farther inland in the early 1900s.
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  • Going Nuclear
  • Going Nuclear

    The feds want feedback on their Hanford cleanup plan — and last week they got it
      Mary Beth Burandt of DOE’s Office of River Protection in Richland, explained the 6,000-page Environmental Impact Statement in a short presentation and concluded that officials would take public comments into account in the final decisionmaking process.
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