Daniel Walters photo
Pavilion Osprey coming in for a landing.
The family that ospreys together stays together
There's definitely an osprey family living on the top of the Riverfront Park Pavilion. But do they want it covered or uncovered
Who smelt it dealt it
Quinn Welsch photo
An anti-smelter sign near the site of the proposed smelter.
Anti-smelter groups file a lawsuit against Pend Oreille
Public Utility District and the company behind a proposed Smelter near Newport.
“Pend Oreille County tax paying citizens had to file a legal complaint against their county in order to have a voice regarding life-altering decisions made by those whom they felt were trustworthy by voting them into public office,” says CANSS Chair Deborah Barker, in a news release about the suit. “Pend Oreille County sold property to the PUD, with full-knowledge that it would simply be passed-through to HiTest by the PUD for the planned smelter.”
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Spokane receives an "EnVision Center" designation from HUD,
intended to connect low-income people with resources they need to get off federal aid
Turn that NIMBY into a YIMBY
Shawn Vestal says that if we want more affordable housing, we have to be willing to live next to it
Trump wants Russia, kicked out of the Group of Eight for invading Crimea, back in the club
. (New York Times
Sorry, your new Department of Justice plan doesn't cover that condition
Trump's justice department isn't going to defend provisions of Obamacare — including protections against discriminating against preexisting conditions — from state lawsuits
. (Washington Post