• Issue of
  • Jan 10-16, 2013
  • Vol. 20, No. 13
Digital Edition

News

  • Battling Backpage
  • Local News
  • Battling Backpage

    The first serious attempt to curb sex ads for minors on Backpage.com was over before it began. Now what?
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  • Open for Business
  • Local News
  • Open for Business

    Spokane Valley doesn’t hesitate to brag about how much nicer they are about permits than in the past
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  • Leaving It Behind
  • Local News
  • Leaving It Behind

    Departing Spokane Valley councilwoman Brenda Grassel talks the budget and her vision for city government
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Comment

  • The “Con” In “Conservative”
  • Opinion
  • The “Con” In “Conservative”

    At the birth of rock ’n’ roll, DJ Alan Freed was like the attending physician. He wrote songs with Chuck Berry, got his own TV show and had spun records from Akron to New York. Then he got
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Culture

  • PLAY REVIEW — K2
  • Arts & Culture
  • PLAY REVIEW — K2

    K2 is a fair measure of an actor’s mettle. That explains, at least in part, why Lake City Playhouse plans on entering this one-act, two-man play, ably directed by Troy Nickerson, in this year&rs
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Food

Music

  • Blue Period
  • Sound Advice
  • Blue Period

    After years of success, El Ten Eleven was handed some life lessons and turned them into songs

Film

Special Guides

  • A Good Start
  • Snowlander
  • A Good Start

    Amazing. This is the only way to describe the first month of ski season. Who would have thought that after the season we had last year in the Inland Northwest, that we would be so fortunate again this
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  • Snow-Resolutions
  • Snowlander
  • Snow-Resolutions

    We all do it: make resolutions that we have the best intentions of fulfilling. I have the usual resolutions, like the rest of the general public: eat healthier, exercise more, save more money and all
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  • Strong Start For the Snow
  • Snowlander
  • Strong Start For the Snow

    Through the end of 2012, northeast Washington had pretty normal snowfall and North Idaho was slightly above normal, says meteorologist Jon Fox, of the National Weather Service. Temperatures stayed war
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