Issue of

Sep 22-28, 2016

 Digital Edition

News

  • OK, Hold Your Nose

    Everything you need to know before Election Day

    By Daniel Walters, Mitch Ryals and Jake Thomas

  • Base of Support

    Polling local leaders and opinion-makers about presidential politics

    By Wilson Criscione, Mitch Ryals, Jake Thomas and Daniel Walters

  • The Messenger

    Local leaders weigh in on how Donald Trump's campaign has impacted racism in America

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Trump vs. Jesus

    Why my conservative Christian parents can't vote for the Republican for president this time

    By Daniel Walters

  • A Toast to America

    The official Clinton vs. Trump debate drinking game

    By Mike Bookey

  • Steep Learning Curve

    As the state looks to integrate behavioral services, local drug rehab centers have struggled with the transition

    By Wilson Criscione

  • $1.5 Million Short

    East Valley neglects to collect transportation levy funds; plus, the Spokane City Council funds further research into police contacts and racial disparities

  • Think Global, Tax Local

    Depending on who you ask, I-732 is a sensible first step to solving climate change or will cast uncertainty over the state's economy

    By Jake Thomas

  • Guns Down

    Statewide Initiative 1491 would give power to family and police to restrict access to firearms for those who pose a threat to themselves or others

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Coming Changes

    How to screen for drugs on the road and in federal workplaces

    By Connor Dinnison

Comment

Culture

Food

Music

  • Play On

    Years after they were crafted, vintage and antique instruments still have their place in Spokane

    By Laura Johnson

  • The Wild Bunch

    Brooklyn's Guerilla Toss comes to the West Coast for the first time

    By Laura Johnson

Film

  • True West

    The Magnificent Seven returns to a much-needed territory: Western heroism

    By Scott Renshaw

  • Enemy No. 1

    Oliver Stone's Snowden doesn't break new ground but is still a thrill ride

    By Marc Savlov

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