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  • Tuesday,
    Sep 5, 2017
Digital Edition

Annual Manual

  • The Numbers You Need
  • Annual Report
  • The Numbers You Need

    Whether you need to report a pothole that's bordering on becoming a sinkhole or want to pop off to your local lawmaker, here are the numbers you need to make the call
  • Local Goods: Drink
  • Drink
  • Local Goods: Drink

    New products like fire tonic, chai and bitters are bursting onto the Inland Northwest scene
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  • Glass Man
  • Drink
  • Glass Man

    At Glass Gods, Tim Bohr combines glass and fire to create gorgeous pipes
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  • Take Your Pick
  • Education
  • Take Your Pick

    Spokane Public Schools' five comprehensive high schools all offer a slightly different flavor for parents to choose from
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  • Inland Institutions
  • Education
  • Inland Institutions

    More than 80,000 college students study within an 80-mile radius of Spokane, according to Greater Spokane Incorporated. Here's a glance at six of the universities serving these students and the region.
  • Spokane-Area Private Schools
  • Education
  • Spokane-Area Private Schools

    While many of these private schools have preschools and other programs, this grid focuses on K-12. The information below was provided by the schools.
  • North Idaho Private Schools
  • Education
  • North Idaho Private Schools

    While many of these private schools have preschools and other programs, this grid focuses on K-12. The information below was provided by the schools.
  • Shape of Things to Come
  • Education
  • Shape of Things to Come

    A University of Idaho researcher is among scientists studying Greenland glaciers to figure out just how fast the world's sea levels might rise
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  • A Ring by Spring?
  • Education
  • A Ring by Spring?

    Research examines how pressure to get married before graduation at Whitworth and other Christian colleges can burden students
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  • Gut Punch
  • Education
  • Gut Punch

    Microscopic organisms living in our digestive tract could help unlock therapies to treat chronic diseases, like multiple sclerosis
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