Issue of

Apr 7-13, 2016

 Digital Edition


  • The Charter Project

    After being saved, charter schools — including Spokane's PRIDE Prep — can focus on helping students who want an alternative

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Crime Fighters!

    Spokane lands dough to combat property crime; plus, the latest in the ombudsman saga

    By Mitch Ryals and Daniel Walters

  • High Hopes

    A treatment for those hooked on heroin or painkillers is gaining traction. But is it the silver bullet for opioid addiction?

    By Jake Thomas

  • To Screen Or Not To?

    Why Washington could soon be compelled to screen more children for lead exposure

    By Jake Thomas

  • Form Frustration

    Some medical marijuana patients are peeved because of an invasive section on a state form

    By Azaria Podplesky






  • Nope-in' Letter

    Demolition overflows with moments that never feel authentic

    By Scott Renshaw

  • Out There

    An indie director tries sci-fi and a big budget with Midnight Special

    By Marjorie Baumgarten

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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