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  • Apr 18-24, 2013
  • Vol. 20, No. 27
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News & Comment

  • 'Accident Potential'
  • 'Accident Potential'

    Efforts to relocate residents near Fairchild hit a snag; plus, Spokane police get new gadgets
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  • Next Stop
  • Next Stop

    STA wants to know what it would take to get you to leave your car at home
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  • Crisis of Faith
  • Crisis of Faith

    For Christians in the wedding industry who oppose gay marriage, a moral dilemma has become a legal one
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  • Ganging Up
  • Ganging Up

    Why some lawmakers want to limit access to public records
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Culture & Food

  • Green Briefs
  • Green Briefs

    Post Falls-based DOMA Coffee Roasting Company has taken the definition of sustainability and green business practices to a notably high level.
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Music & Film

  • Big Bad Movie
  • Big Bad Movie

    The Inlander is showing you Teen Wolf because it’s awesome, OK?
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  • Sci-Fi Reruns
  • Sci-Fi Reruns

    Oblivion gives us a whole lot of Tom Cruise and little else
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