At the Crossroads 

It’s official: Spokane likes bikes; plus, protests over the police ombudsman.

SULLIVAN'S CHOICE Would you rather be punched in the gut really hard for three weeks straight, or get punched in the gut slightly less hard for eight weeks straight? That’s the question that businesses along the Sprague-Sullivan intersection in Spokane Valley…

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