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Councilwoman Karen Stratton has sought to protect city employees, but her involvement in the city's internal decisions has sometimes frustrated and angered them.
An angry parking lot argument, sparked by an Inlander
story, between Karen Stratton and a former city union leader resulted in an HR complaint filed against Stratton early this year. While Stratton was completely cleared, Stratton still says she tries to avoid
The neighbors of an Eastern Washington farmer are stoked that he's agreed not to spread biosolids — which include human waste (like from the toilet) on his property
In other news...
How Rogers' Lori Wyborney took on the challenge
of getting more kids from the most low-income high school in Spokane to go to college. (Spokesman-Review
The fallacy of simply 'teaching men not to harass'
Sexual harassment training, the Spokesman-Review'
s Shawn Vestal writes, won't do much to fix the spate of sexual harassment
Seven Hanford worker homes are being inspected for radiation, the Associated Press reports
We still haven't seen Trump's tax returns, by the way
Trump signs the Republican tax bill, handing corporations a massive financial win, exploding the deficit by at least $1.5 trillion and (temporarily, at least) slashing tax rates
for most Americans. (New York Times
Crushing wave approaches
Republican leaders are feeling pretty queasy about the direction the 2018 elections
are heading in. (Washington Post