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  • Turbulence Ahead
  • Turbulence Ahead

    Boeing hasn't yet decided where it will build the 777X — either way, it has big ramifications for the Inland Northwest
  • Olympia or Bust!
  • Olympia or Bust!

    A frenzied, 63-hour journey through the state's political madhouse.
      I’m jolted awake by screaming. Someone has just turned on the television in the next hotel room, and now a pundit is yelling at me through the thin walls. “Democrats and Republicans,&rd
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  • The Vindow Viper
  • The Vindow Viper

    Hanging on a string above the streets of Spokane. How much would they have to pay you?
      Andy Oliver’s dangling on a rope, 15 stories up, 220 feet in the air, suspended from the top of the U.S. Bank building. But the window is four feet away — too far to reach with his squeege
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  • The Pains Taker
  • The Pains Taker

    When you spend your days bearing other people’s tragedies, what do you when you go home at night?
      People often weep in Marissa Barranger’s office. They cry as they recall vivid details of sexual assault, as they unearth memories they’ve never shared with anyone. Or they cry because, fo
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  • The Creosote Crawler
  • The Creosote Crawler

    Scraping tar, restoring crumbled brickwork, discovering dead animals — today’s chimney sweep is no Dick Van Dyke.
      “The neighbors will come running, saying, ‘Your chimney’s on fire!’ And the sparks will be coming off like a Roman candle,” he says. When chimney fires happen —
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  • The Cleaner
  • The Cleaner

    Brent Riddle makes tragedy disappear, one bloody sponge at a time.
      Brent Riddle got the call. He was only 16, a high schooler in Bothell. On the other end, he heard his friend Andrew’s mother. He’d watched Andrew recede into depression and isolation latel
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  • The Volt Wrangler
  • The Volt Wrangler

    Working on power poles is a deceptively nerve-wracking line of work.
      “When you do something long enough, it sounds easy,” says Kelley Hendry, a line crew foreman for Avista. It looks easy, too. Hendry and his crew are out on Magnesium Road, where they&rsq
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  • Paper Cuts
  • Paper Cuts

    Why phone books are on the chopping block for greens, pols and pissed-off citizens
      For Kitty Klitzke, it’s a one-woman war. Big stacks of shiny new phone books get dropped at her Spokane apartment building — and they just sit there, untouched by any of the tenants.“
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