Vol. 19, No. 4
The Results Are In
Verner's down, Stuckart is up, Spokane leans rightward
By Nicholas Deshais
Work Another Day
Stevens County breathes a sigh of relief after a mill gets a new lease on life.
By Chris Stein
Money On Fire
A rural fire chief and his $80,000 salary
By Joe O'Sullivan
Is War Over?
Soldiers who served in Iraq have a different timeline than the president’s
By Kevin Taylor
We must change the way world thinks about the United States.
By George Nethercutt
Just Fix It
It's time to re-think how the police department works.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Life After Courtney
Gonzaga's Kelly Graves is staying put, but how will he replace a once-in-a-lifetime superstar?
By Robert Herold
No Doubts About It
Klay and Casto are gone, putting a chip on the Cougs' shoulders
By Howie Stalwick
Cyclocross is War
With the summer season over, local cyclists take the battle to the park.
For Your Consideration
Mashing up Radiohead. Plus, train dreams and the economic low-down.
This is Thriller
Five things you can expect at the Cirque du Soleil/Michael Jackson thing
By Luke Baumgarten
One of Gonzaga's best players may be a late-bloomer fishing for playing time.
Jason Rex and Connie Naccarato have opened five locations in four years. Next up: 10 or 12 more.
Armed with a laptop and a bagful of pentagrams, Dan Ocean is preparing to scare the music world into submission.
By Leah Sottile
Get It Together
The release of the Flying Spiders' EP marks more than just a transition from the stage to your headphones.
By Tiffany Harms
Clint Eastwood shows us that J. Edgar Hoover was more than just a lonely, racist, anti-crime, workaholic, patriotic transvestite.
By Ed Symkus
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
Uncharted 3 tries to look like a movie and play like a game
By Marty Demarest
He Is Legend
In 1967, a young black soldier disappeared into the jungles of Vietnam. People are still searching for him.
Picking up where those scary 19th-century German fairytales left off
49 Degrees North
By Lydia Zuraw
Top 10 Campaign Promises to Get Elected Mayor of Skitown, USA
Freebies for Kids
By Jen Forsyth
Put a Helmet On It
Rugged and Remote
Two Canadian resorts that are so far away you can have to 'copter in
By Bob Legasa
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Director of the National Coalition for the Homeless says Nadine Woodward's homelessness-addiction math doesn't add up
By Daniel Walters
In a market awash in cheap footwear, Frank's Boots and Saad's Shoe Repair hope to remind the public not to give up on their shoes
By Josh Kelety
Police ombudsman slams change in new Spokane Police Department use-of-force policy as 'egregious step backward'
Nadine Woodward likes Marysville's 'zero tolerance' approach to homelessness - but Spokane's approach may be tougher already
By Wilson Criscione
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