Wednesday, February 25, 2015

MB: Keystone Pipeline vetoed and Parks and Rec over

Posted By on Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 9:17 AM


The newly expanded Spokane Convention Center re-opened its doors last night. (Spokesman-Review)

Local businesses Chaps and Lucky Detour were vandalized, leaving the owner of both to wonder if the burglaries are connected. (KHQ)

It’s home fire season. (KREM) (CdA Press)

Last night we said goodbye to NBC’s Parks and Recreation and it was sad. (A.V. Club)

Obama vetoes the Keystone XL pipeline, which no one is surprised about. (USA Today)

More than 100 Iraqi men, including nine boys, have been kidnapped by ISIS. (Al Jazeera)

The troubled ex-Marine accused of killing Chris “American Sniper” Kyle was sentenced to life in prison. (LA Times)

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