Issue of

Mar 19-25, 2015

 Digital Edition


  • New Blood

    Candidates are launching bids for Spokane City Council and could bring big changes to city government

    By Jake Thomas

  • Sharp Knives

    Some Idaho lawmakers want to protect knife rights; plus, looking for a new police ombudsman

    By Jake Thomas, Daniel Walters and Mitch Ryals

  • Big Boom

    What officials want to do with exploding oil train traffic

    By Jake Thomas

  • Calling Out Snitches

    Efforts to make it harder to convict someone solely on an informant have stalled again

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Shiny New Debt Trap?

    Is Moneytree's proposed installment loan an improvement — or just another way to ensnare vulnerable people?

    By Daniel Walters

  • King's Court

    New recreational dispensary Royal's Cannabis opens

    By Jordy Byrd





  • Ride It Out

    Rough Congress hasn't played a show in two years, but that doesn't mean they broke up

    By Laura Johnson

  • Roadworn and Weary

    Seattle's Supersuckers have plenty of fresh heartache to fuel a new country album

    By Dan Nailen


  • Dance Lessons

    Ballet 422 takes you inside a world of dedication and beauty

    By Kimberley Jones

  • Sequel Success

    Insurgent is more creative than a lot of sci-fi — and that doesn't say a lot about today's movies

    By Maryann Johanson

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