Boeing jets grounded after crash, Spokane's racist history maintained on deeds, and other headlines

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FOOD & DRINK:
Last week the Inlander reported on issues women in the food industry face and highlighted some of the women who are successful in the area. Here's a look at why, and some of the other ways we've reported on women in food.

NEWS: Spokane Bishop Thomas Daly talked to the Inlander about sex abuse in the Catholic Church, abortion and gay priests, expanding on stances he's taken on his podcast and in the public eye in recent months.


IN OTHER NEWS...

Many Boeing planes grounded after deadly Ethiopian crash
After all 157 people aboard a Boeing 737 Max 8 were killed on Sunday shortly after takeoff in Ethiopia, many airlines are grounding the model, which was also involved in an Indonesian crash in October when 189 people died, the New York Times reports.

Removing racist past from South Hill home paperwork proves difficult
A Spokane couple wants to remove racist language from their home's deed, which specifically states only white people can buy it or rent there. But despite the fact that that type of language for thousands of homes regionally was ruled illegal by courts decades ago, the Spokane County auditor says she can't remove it as a matter of the historic record, the Spokesman-Review reports.

Pullman man survives plane crash
A pilot practicing touch-and-gos survived a crash near Pullman, KXLY reports. 

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About The Author

Samantha Wohlfeil covers the environment, rural communities and cultural issues for the Inlander. Since joining the paper in 2017, she's reported how the weeks after getting out of prison can be deadly, how some terminally ill Eastern Washington patients have struggled to access lethal medication, and other sensitive...