Issue of

Sep 18-24, 2014

 Digital Edition


  • The Ancient One

    Kennewick Man's story — and controversy — isn't over

    By Deanna Pan

  • Building Influence

    Up against a new and unfriendly majority in City Hall, can the Spokane Home Builders Association mend fences?

    By Heidi Groover

  • Who Ya Gonna Call?

    City puts ambulance service out for rebid; Spokane Police replace SWAT team; and a study on Washington state police murders

    By Heidi Groover, Jacob Jones and Deanna Pan

  • Waiting for Rights

    A class-action lawsuit challenges the state on its failure to provide mental health treatment for those in jail

    By Jacob Jones

  • Eat Your Weed

    Before trying edibles, read this

    By Kate Gibbons





  • Taking the Lead

    Gillian Welch's almost-silent partner leads a true "supergroup" in the Dave Rawlings Machine

    By Dan Nailen

  • Eager to Learn

    Legendary bassist Mike Watt is still excited by everything music has to offer

    By Azaria Podplesky


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