Friday, June 1, 2018

Your pets are adorable, the economy's incredible, it's National Donut Day and other great news

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click to enlarge Sadly, no picture you can ever provide can ever match the glory and splendor of Boone, my family's dearly departed Australian shepherd. All animals are total uggos in comparison. - DANIEL WALTERS PHOTO
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Sadly, no picture you can ever provide can ever match the glory and splendor of Boone, my family's dearly departed Australian shepherd. All animals are total uggos in comparison.

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FOOD: Mmmm... National Donut Day... [drools]

NEWS: Fun fact: Each WSU student would have to pay $133 every year to pay for WSU football coach Mike Leach's salary. Here's the university's plan to fix its athletics budget. (Hint: Soak the students.)


NEWS: Cathy McMorris Rodgers says that if she was advising Donald Trump, she'd tell him to release his tax returns.

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Send us the cutest pictures of your pets. No non-cute pictures allowed!

IN OTHER NEWS...


That Council cha-ching
Another pay raise heading for Spokane City Council members. (Spokesman-Review)

In my day, we skipped because we were slackers, not because we thought we were going to be shot
How Lewis and Clark High School is recovering from the threat that caused half the student body to stay home. (Spokesman-Review)

The economy is absolutely amazing
Democrats would praise Obama for pulling us out of the recession. Republicans would point to Trump and tax cuts. Either way, the economy is great right now. (New York Times)

When the opioids disappear

With the crackdown on opioids, pain patients — many who had become dependent on the drugs — are struggling to find replacements.

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Daniel Walters

A lifelong Spokane native, staff writer Daniel Walters is the Inlander's City Hall reporter. But he also reports on a wide swath of other topics, including business, education, real estate development, land use, and other stories throughout North Idaho and Spokane County.He's reported on deep flaws in the Washington...