Vol. 19, No. 46
Problems on the highway and raceway — and at the border
By Joe O'Sullivan
High-Rise and Fall
How young developer Rob Brewster’s early runaway success sputtered in Spokane
By Daniel Walters
We’re Number 12!?
A new study of future livability puts Washington well down the list
By Eric Scigliano
Saying What They Mean
Mitt Romney is staying vague, but his fellow Republicans aren’t
By Robert Herold
Trail Mix - 8.30.12
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
A Death in the Rain
How Isaac Stevens, Washington Territory’s first governor, died 150 years ago this week
By Jack Nisbet
Hidden in Plain Sight
For the past 33 years, Donnie Emerson had an ace up his sleeve. And even he didn’t know it.
By Leah Sottile
For Your Consideration - 8.30.12
Mike Leach is making a comeback at WSU, and you’re invited
to watch it happen
By Mike Bookey
LECTURE — The History of Now
College Football Preview
By Inlander Staff
Even with ALS, Steve Gleason has always been in the right place at the right time.
By Luke Baumgarten
The Gordon Ramsay Method
How a Coeur d’Alene inn survived Hotel Hell and came out the better for it
By Carrie Scozzaro
UPDATE — Didier's Yogurt and More
By Kara Stermer
Warren G made a legacy for himself 18 years ago with a single song, but was it just a hit with fans or something more?
By Tiffany Harms
We Are Not Pussy Riot
Where are Spokane’s hooligans?
Holding the Edge
Lawless flirts with conventionality in its dark, anti-heroic tale.
By Scott Renshaw
The Offbeat Goes On
Last year’s Marilyn Monroe plays an awkward nerd on the verge of an affair
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Louder for the people in the back: The new high school sports stadium is not the Sportsplex
By Wilson Criscione
Spokane students experience steep drop in isolation, restraint after Eagle Peak closure
As Kootenai County grows, can it preserve what makes it attractive in the first place?
Sewage restrictions weakened, Neo-Nazi in northeast Washington exposed, and other headlines
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