Issue of

Oct 16-22, 2014

 Digital Edition


  • Beneath the Surface

    Important stories you may have missed amid the constant onslaught of information

    By Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez

  • Running on Oversight

    Sheriff Knezovich and challenger Doug Orr agree on at least one thing: new civilian oversight for the agency

    By Jacob Jones

  • Heating Up

    The Spokane City Council calls out Condon; plus, Washington's gun initiatives

    By Heidi Groover, Deanna Pan and Jacob Jones

  • Jobs and Justice

    A rookie Democrat has a decent shot of defeating a powerful, conservative county commissioner

    By Daniel Walters

  • Every Last Effort

    Is Butch Otter finally done defending Idaho's marriage ban?

    By Heidi Groover

  • What's Up?

    Pullman gets its first new pot store; plus, other cannabis-related news

    By Heidi Groover





  • Crossing Lines

    Within seven months, the Sweeplings have created the next big Cami Bradley vehicle

    By Laura Johnson

  • Sunny Side Up

    The Apache Relay brighten their rootsy sound, traveling to L.A. to record their latest album

    By Dan Nailen


Special Guides

Makoto Fujimura: Silence – Mysterion @ Jundt Art Museum

Mondays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Continues through Jan. 4
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