Booster Gone Sterling 

Marty Dickinson’s new digs. Plus, McMorris Rodgers takes on Obama and a totem pole goes away.

Marty Dickinson's job for the past decade has been as a booster for Spokane — first with the Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Development Council, then as president of the Downtown Spokane Partnership. But now Dickinson has left the world…

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