Friday, May 26, 2017

Montana elects House candidate who assaulted reporter, new fire chief faces challenges, and morning headlines

Posted By on Fri, May 26, 2017 at 9:48 AM

click to enlarge Brian Schaeffer, Spokane's new fire chief, faces some significant challenges.
  • Brian Schaeffer, Spokane's new fire chief, faces some significant challenges.

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Some fires to put out
As Spokane's new fire chief, Brian Schaeffer has a few big challenges he'll need to deal with.

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Washington's biggest mental health system
A prisoner with a habit of self-harming gets $92,000 from the state resulting from a pair of lawsuits over his treatment. (Spokesman-Review)

It's fun to rebuild on the site of the YWCA
A developer wants to put up multi-use towers in a $60 million project on the north bank of the Spokane River, where the old YWCA building used to be. (Spokesman-Review)

Assault on the free press
Important notice to Montana politicians: You can body-slam a reporter the day before the election, and you'll still be elected. (New York Times)

Turkish thuggery in D.C.
The New York Times goes through a frame-by frame analysis to prove that the Turkish president's bodyguards attacked and beat protesters last week in Washington, D.C.
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