Vol. 19, No. 28
Coal Trains Coming
The Environmental Protection Agency weighs in on coal dust. Plus, a peace protest turns into pandemonium in Colville.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Defanging the Law
How special interests helped take the bite out of an initiative punishing animal cruelty.
Fall of the Frontier Doc
Finding a doctor in small-town Idaho is getting harder and harder.
By Chris Stein
The Last of the Herd
Idaho's fight over endangered caribou, property rights and the role of federal government.
The City of Spokane's handling of a golf-course accident raises more questions about how it responds to lawsuits.
By Daniel Walters
County Commissioner Mark Richard is out. Who's in?
Q&A Derrick Skaug
The 21-year-old Pullman City Council member on Pullman, WSU and actually doing something.
Republican overreach has locked thousands of Idahoans out of the vote.
By Mary Lou Reed
So much for focusing on the big issues.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Two UW history profs explore the Tri-Cities in Atomic Frontier Days
By Robin Lindley
For Your Consideration
Indulge your vices
By Jordy Byrd
Honoring a Legend
Washington welcomes iconic baseball coach Bobo Brayton into its hall of fame.
By Howie Stalwick
Weekend Code Warriors
At Gonzaga last weekend, eight new businesses started from (almost) scratch.
By Luke Baumgarten
A local artist memorializes her refugee past in bronze.
By Carrie Scozzaro
We slated four (relative) upstart bakeries against the granddaddy of Spokane cheesecakes — winner take all.
Garlic and Gratitude
Tullia Barbanti’s new book looks back on 50 years of cooking in Spokane
By Kirsten Harrington
Still going strong after 28 years on the South Hill
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
Sugar & Spice
Is Nicki Minaj's penis obsession crazy, or smart social critique?
By Leah Sottile
Eric D. Johnson is Fruit Bats ... and several other things.
By Mike Bookey
Pirates! delivers more Brit-twisted animation. Will Americans go this time?
By Scott Renshaw
Just say 'action,' 'Statham' and, perhaps for the first time, 'complexity.'
By Maryann Johanson
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Two warming center operators have been fighting for their own reputations - and against each other
WSU students bring authentic Chinese food and bubble tea to downtown Pullman
By Melina Ernst
Electric vehicles are needed to meet climate goals, but without recycling, their batteries pose a huge problem
By Samantha Wohlfeil
WSU fraternity suspended in the wake of student death
By Wilson Criscione
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