Issue of

Oct 6-12, 2016

 Digital Edition


  • The Do-Over

    After failing to pass a bus service tax hike last year, Spokane Transit Authority has a plan to get you to vote for it again

    By Daniel Walters

  • Getting REAL

    New IDs and voting access become issues in the Secretary of State race; plus, proposed Hayden Lake magnet school attracts opposition

  • Ground Down

    The two candidates vying to oversee Washington's Department of Natural Resources have drawn different sources of support and criticism

    By Jake Thomas

  • Ballot Box Justice

    Confidence in the court, judicial activism and the influence of money are some of the issues in this year's state Supreme Court elections

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Problem-Solving Strategies

    The two candidates for state schools chief differ in their approach to education issues

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Showing Their Side

    Inside the Dakota pipeline protests

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Clean Green

    State agencies collaborate to curb use of illegal pesticides in cannabis industry

    By Connor Dinnison




  • New But Familiar

    South Hill Grill recaptures some of Maggie's old spirit, adds new twists

    By Dan Nailen

  • Beer Notes

    Fresh hops are everywhere this month, and other news from the craft beer world

    By Mike Bookey


  • Hit Refresh

    Seattle folk-pop sextet the Head and the Heart returns with a new album and a new mentality

    By Ben Salmon

  • Greatest Alive?

    Danny Brown makes his case as rap's boldest voice on Atrocity Exhibition

    By Ben Salmon


  • New Eyes

    The story behind the story inevitably changes how you see The Birth of a Nation

    By Scott Renshaw

  • Checkmate

    Queen of Katwe is a sports movie done right

    By Marjorie Baumgarten

Special Guides

Women+s March Spokane @ Downtown Spokane

Sat., Jan. 18, 12:30-3:30 p.m.
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