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  • Ozzie, Creach and Craigslist
  • Ozzie, Creach and Craigslist

    Sheriff Knezovich is frustrated by accounts of the Creach shooting; plus, the Y counts down to destruction.
      Sheriff Fires Back Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich, during a radio interview on Tuesday, criticized the flow of information — as well as the accuracy — about the fatal Aug. 25 sho
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  • Does Conservation Have a Future?
  • Does Conservation Have a Future?

    Some wonder how much land the Conservation Futures program can buy.
      On May 1, the Conservation Futures nominating process opened for the first time in five years. The timing could be awesome, with the wealth of cheap land and the program’s cash on hand. Or, as some are saying, the timing could be horrible, with the controversial Y purchase hindering the county’s ability to set aside pristine land.
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  • Goodbye Y
  • Goodbye Y

    Finally, a decision about the YMCA; plus, the census and a police shooting
  • Don't Fail the Falls
  • Don't Fail the Falls

    With options exhausted, the original plan for the old YMCA is still the best
      The City Council majority has rejected YMCA developer proposals and may reject Conservation Futures funding. Instead, the council may consider some undefined future use of the YMCA building, trying to
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  • Saving the Y, Part Two
  • Saving the Y, Part Two

    We don’t need more open space in Riverfront Park. We should preserve the old YMCA building.
      Jane Jacobs, the great urban-renewal activist, argued that successful parks aren’t mausoleums or wide-open spaces — they are public places that attract the public. They are not “pristine” places but human-made and humandesigned. Yes, they take advantage of natural settings, but they thrive only when people come and stay and mingle and interact.
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  • Y Ideas
  • Y Ideas

    The future of the YMCA; plus, revisions to the city’s initiative process
      “I’m not commenting on that,” says Mark Pinch, one of the three people who submitted plans for the site, when asked if he would renovate the building or tear it down. Pinch has been involved with the controversial site since 2006, when his $5.
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