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  • Talking Points
  • Talking Points

    Three people are running for a county commission seat, but they’re all saying the same thing
      Commissioners run the county’s budget and operations, and help determine zoning policies in the county. Spokane County Democrats Vice Chair Dave Koch says Republican control of the commission has left his party’s values ignored, and he’s hoping Romeyn can change that.
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  • Legal Limits
  • Legal Limits

    What’s going to happen when the state Supreme Court tells public defenders how many cases they should be taking?
      It’s halfway through the year. If she continues on this rate, McPeek, who says she has a caseload typical of misdemeanor defenders in the county public defender’s office, may eventually exceed new state Supreme Court limits on the number of cases a public defender may take in a year.
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    The Old Republic expands the Star Wars game universe, see if you have what it takes to pass Google's entrance and the Spokane library gets online with Kindle check-outs
      of eBooks for free with a library card. Only Spokane County, however, has a deal with their e-book distributor to check out books in Amazonâeuro;™s Kindle format. Just check out the instructions on the Spokane County website, and then never leave the house for literature again.
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  • The Year in News
  • The Year in News

    Ten of the most important local stories to catch our eye
      Democratic Washington state Sen. Chris Marr, a moderate lawmaker by most accounts, fell to political newcomer Michael Baumgartner. Republican John Ahern, who lost his seat in the state House two years ago to John Driscoll, took it back. Republican Reps. Matt Shea, Larry Crouse, Kevin Parker, Shelly Short, Joel Kretz and Susan Fagan all ran unopposed.
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  • Work In Progress
  • Work In Progress

      It made sense to me two weeks ago to write an impassioned column on Earth Day. Hell, four months back, when I was first tasked with the challenge of co-organizing a killer of a celebration around Earth Day 2010, I envisioned huge media fanfare, tens...
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