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Aug 6-12, 2015

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  • Gnarly Nostalgia

    The city demolished the skatepark under I-90, leaving local skaters without a place to skate

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Food and Water

    Idaho's "ag-gag" law tossed out; plus, the city of Spokane takes on Monsanto

    By Daniel Walters, Mitch Ryals and Jake Thomas

  • Made Behind Bars

    Are the skills inmates gain working in prison worth the cost to businesses and taxpayers?

    By Lael Henterly

  • Home Grown

    BBB Farms' founder works to form a marijuana growers co-op

    By Jordy Byrd

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