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  • Dec 6-12, 2012
  • Vol. 20, No. 8

News & Comment

  • Big Trouble in Little Town
  • Big Trouble in Little Town

    In the middle of Washington, Quincy finds itself at the intersection of gangs, technology, farming and a population boom
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    A pro-coal lobby employs day laborers to hold spots at a public meeting; plus, Lisa Brown gets a new job
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  • Losing Ground
  • Losing Ground

    Local skaters aren’t giving up on improvements under the freeway
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Culture & Food

Music & Film

  • On the Road
  • On the Road

    Spokane band The Lion Oh My might be young, but they know where they’re going
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  • Battle Lines
  • Battle Lines

    The House I Live In takes a hard, but not perfect, look at the war on drugs
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