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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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  • Full Sentence
  • Full Sentence

    Harpham gets 32 years, a watchdog bows out, and Spokane's roads to be complete
      In last weekâeuro;™s cover story (âeuro;œThe Road Forward,âeuro;� 12/15/2011), we ended the piece with Tim Connor, a longtime police accountability advocate, and his skepticism that any reforms would be made at the police department.
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  • A Deal with the Devil
  • A Deal with the Devil

    The risks and rewards of taking Kevin Harpham to trial
      From his seat facing the courtroom door, Kevin Harpham looked directly at the attorneys, the press and the public, all of whom had come to see him plead. He turned his back to the audience when it c
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  • Shock Waves
  • Shock Waves

    Though unexploded, Kevin Harpham's backpack bomb sent ripples across the region.
  • A Call to Action
  • A Call to Action

    A march for racial justice in Spokane this weekend. Plus, help for Japan and a fine from the EPA.
      Apparently, Sterling Savings employees really love jeans. In exchange for being allowed to wear jeans at work, 700 Sterling Savings employees raised $10,000 for the Red Cross. Before that, the Inland Northwest Red Cross chapter received $20,000 in donations for Japan, including $575 from a HUB Sports Center jump-shot contest.
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  • Free Money
  • Free Money

    An unanswered question in the backpack bomb case. Plus, a challenger to Mayor Verner.
      The trio who found the backpack bomb — Mark Steiner, Brandon Klaus and Sherman Welpton — were not publicly identified for fear of their safety. In the days since their identities have been released, the men have claimed they were harangued for handling the backpack and were fired.
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  • Suspect Arraigned
  • Suspect Arraigned

    More information emerges on Spokane MLK bomb suspect Kevin William Harpham
      Michael Ormsby, the recently appointed U.S. Attorney General for Eastern Washington, stared intently across a thickly carpeted courtroom this afternoon at a rangy, unshaven man who was compulsively dr
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  • Run, Politicians, Run!
  • Run, Politicians, Run!

    Spokane City Council races heat up, as does discussion about race and the bomb.
      Most notably, former council member Mike Allen announced he would take on Richard Rush in Spokane’s southern District 2. Allen, who lost in 2009 to Jon Snyder, has criticized the council and the mayor recently for how they’ve handled the city’s finances.
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  • Bombs: Away
  • Bombs: Away

    Rachel Maddow, the FBI and Aryans: brought together by the thwarted bomb.
      On whether it contained shrapnel: “We are not in a position to comment …” In the vacuum of official silence, however, news agencies continue to find anonymous sources. One local TV station has even covered its own discovery of cigarette butts and a Lewiston store receipt on the roof of the Parkade parking garage, which the station found significant.
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  • Bombs and Nazis
  • Bombs and Nazis

    The FBI investigates a bomb left along the MLK parade route. Plus, a former Aryan Nations leader apologizes.
      Bombs and MLKMonday’s annual march through downtown Spokane to honor the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was disrupted by a “suspicious device” found along the route.
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