Dec 10-16, 2015

News

  • Giant Shoes

    The university wants a new president who can embrace Elson Floyd's legacy without living in his shadow

    By Taryn Phaneuf

  • Left Behind

    Congress opens a new chapter in education; plus, the Spokane County Jail settles a lawsuit

    By Jake Thomas, Daniel Walters and Quinn Western

  • Where Credit is Due

    A major credit reporting agency told a Sprague man he owes half a million dollars in debt. The only problem? He says none of it is his

    By Jake Thomas

  • Cop Culture

    Monique Cotton and others within the Spokane Police Department speak out for the first time, adding to the calls for a cultural audit of the department

    By Daniel Walters and Mitch Ryals

  • We Can Do Better

    Spokane deserves the most ethical and highly trained police force; let's set the standard for other cities

    By Tara Dowd

  • Strategic Decisions

    Publisher's Note

    By Ted S. McGregor Jr.

  • Experience Counts

    Being an outsider makes it harder to be an effective reformer

    By George Nethercutt

  • Consider This

    A cannabis cocktail cookbook, a smoker-friendly phone case and a weed-themed web series

    By Azaria Podplesky

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