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  • Don't Drink the Water
  • Don't Drink the Water

    For now, the Air Force is providing water for residents near Fairchild whose wells have been contaminated, but then what?
  • Fountain of Pain
  • Fountain of Pain

    The drip, drip of problems with the Riverfront Park Rotary Fountain
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  • Justice Denied?
  • Justice Denied?

    Murder acquittal by all-white jury sparks outrage in black community; plus, city tells Blessings to find another Bridge
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  • Uncertain Future
  • Uncertain Future

    Carlyle Care Center will no longer serve the mentally ill, leaving the question: Where will they go?
  • Here in the American Redoubt
  • Here in the American Redoubt

    In central Washington, even after Trump's win, 'preppers' foresee potential disaster and violent confrontation with the left
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  • Raúl's Running
  • Raúl's Running

    Fresh off his "nobody dies" comments, Labrador announces for Idaho governor; plus, if you want to run for office, it's nearly time to file
  • Boom Town
  • Boom Town

    Facing fears of a potential oil train explosion devastating Spokane, activists and politicians pursue a series of long-shot gambits to prevent disaster
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  • Usual Suspects
  • Usual Suspects

    With politically connected conservatives eyeing promotions, things could get interesting in the local GOP ranks
  • Snowball's in Their Court
  • Snowball's in Their Court

    Will the state Supreme Court weigh in on proposed expansion at Mt. Spokane? Plus, vetoes by Inslee and Otter
  • When New Technology Fails
  • When New Technology Fails

    Washington's plan for a better community college software system is falling apart; can it be salvaged?
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  • The Long Way Home
  • The Long Way Home

    When the state of Washington gave up on him, a boy with no home took matters into his own hands
  • Green Lights
  • Green Lights

    Ridpath Hotel, North Monroe projects get approval; plus, lawmakers chip away at Hirst decision
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  • The Unraveling
  • The Unraveling

    Why the murder charge against a former Pasco cop may be falling apart
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  • 'Ministers of Justice'
  • 'Ministers of Justice'

    It took more than three years to reverse the wrongful convictions of three Spokane Valley men — and their fight still isn't over
  • Tim-berrrrrr!
  • Tim-berrrrrr!

    Thirty trees pay the ultimate price in 'dozer debacle on South Hill Bluff; plus, summons supplant arrest warrants for county residents with unpaid court fines
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  • The Persuasion of Fagan
  • The Persuasion of Fagan

    Local activists confront a challenge: How best to respond to controversial statements by City Councilman Mike Fagan
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  • Hope Street
  • Hope Street

    A group of neighbors in rural northeast Washington has an ambitious plan: house the homeless
  • All the President's Words
  • All the President's Words

    A local judge cites an unlikely source — Donald Trump — when ruling on the assault of a teenage girl
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  • Taxing Times
  • Taxing Times

    Spokane County voters have decisions to make; plus, AG Ferguson clarifies immigration-status policies
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  • Dems in Disarray
  • Dems in Disarray

    The bad choices and screw-ups that led to the Attorney General's investigation of the Spokane County Democrats — and the resignation of their executive director
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  • Breaking New Ground
  • Breaking New Ground

    In the University District and East Sprague, two separate visions are merging, transforming the city
  • From Both Sides
  • From Both Sides

    Party activists target McMorris Rodgers and her potential 2018 opponent; plus, new plans for the former Otis Hotel
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  • License to Sue
  • License to Sue

    A local attorney continues his crusade against the State Patrol selling records to "ambulance-chasing" lawyers and chiropractors
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  • Higher Expectations
  • Higher Expectations

    North Central has taken seventh- and eighth-graders out of middle school and into its renowned science program — and it's working

News & Comment Posts from Bloglander

  • Why does the weather in Spokane keep disappointing us?
  • Why does the weather in Spokane keep disappointing us?

    Meteorologist says this spring has been wettest in the past decade
    • May 19, 2017
  • Why a Spokane Valley man could face life in prison for growing pot — and why the case may now be falling apart
  • Why a Spokane Valley man could face life in prison for growing pot — and why the case may now be falling apart

    Did U.S. Attorneys withhold information that could point to his innocence?
    • May 19, 2017
  • City Council may strike a ban on 'immoral or obscene dancing' — and cut the license fee for Spokane cabarets
  • City Council may strike a ban on 'immoral or obscene dancing' — and cut the license fee for Spokane cabarets

    Venues that allow dancing are now charged triple the license fees of venues that don't
    • May 19, 2017
  • East Sprague neighborhood rebrands as 'Sprague Union District'
  • East Sprague neighborhood rebrands as 'Sprague Union District'

    City accelerates work on streetscape improvements
    • May 19, 2017
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