First Day of School
Spokane International Academy marks the city's first real experiment with charter schools
By Daniel Walters
Spokane teachers contemplate strike; plus, Mayor Condon unveils his budget
By Daniel Walters, Mitch Ryals and Jake Thomas
A proposed ordinance would give neighbors a heads-up about developments, but the Spokane Home Builders Association says it'll drive away builders
By Jake Thomas
Meet the three men vying to be Spokane's next police ombudsman
By Mitch Ryals
Priceline of Pot
A Seattle company puts pot on auction
By Jordy Byrd
Enough is Enough
Too many students are being sexually assaulted on our college campuses
By Paul Dillon
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Trick or Treaty?
Even Ronald Reagan would sign a treaty with evil empires when it served the cause of peace on earth
By Robert Herold
'Cleaning up years of rotten wheat and bird crap'
Worst Jobs 2015
By Kris Dinnison
'The brutal fact remained: I was not good at my job'
'I would review the bank accounts of these doomed bastards'
'The empty apartment looked as if wild animals had squatted in the house'
'The worst Denny's west of the Mississippi'
By Dan Nailen
'Every five minutes or so I'd smash the contents down with my feet'
By Laura Johnson
'All those deaths before had been merely names and ages'
By Mike Bookey
'Customers ... swoop in like a tornado, leaving your sorted stacks of thongs in a hopeless heap'
By Chey Scott
'My first shift ever in retail was from midnight to 8 in the morning on Black Friday'
By Erin Robinson
'Still half thinking that I'm dressing for a TV commercial, I climb in'
By Chris Bovey
Distilled: The Inland Northwest's rite of passage, in the waning days of summer
Capping a Career
Spokane's Joe Dahl is set to anchor WSU's offensive line in his senior season
By Howie Stalwick
Fired Up, Ready to Go
Eastern Washington takes aim at a fourth straight Big Sky title
Under the Dome
Idaho hopes this is the year the Vandals turn things around — for real this time
Pine Bowl Pride
Whitworth's second-year coach has the Pirates believing
The Chase Gallery's juried exhibition casts a wide net across the region's artistic fields
By Carrie Scozzaro
COMEDY | World's Hottest Comedian
Kevin Hart comes to Spokane on his latest tour
For Your Consideration
Dark comedy, quick sports hits and doomed gaming adventures
I Saw You
Week of September 3rd
Local Foods Do Good
Don't forget the Spokane-area standbys when you're cruising Pig Out in the Park
Beyond the Hut
Kiko's Harbor House Grill brings quality food to McEuen Park
UPDATE: DAFT BADGER BREWING
Come for the beer, stay for the tasty grub
The booze-making boom hits North Idaho with the opening of Mill Town Distillery
Former Television guitarist Richard Lloyd won't let himself forget
Pig Out Homecoming
Two locals return to the annual free Labor Day weekend festival
A Hike Becomes a Death March
A Walk in the Woods lacks a cinematic smart-ass
By Paul Constant
Living in a Song
Noam Baumbach and Greta Gerwig gives us a familiar yet engaging story in Mistress America
By Kimberley Jones
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Can anything be done about the 'Asphalt Archipelago' near Browne's Addition?
Trump accused of rape, Oregon GOP lawmakers are hiding out in Idaho, and other morning headlines
By Josh Kelety
If you recycle a plastic bottle in Spokane, where does it go? And other recycling questions
By Samantha Wohlfeil
A specially created fund was supposed to be a boon for the area around Kendall Yards, so why has West Central received so little from it?
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