She worked for years to escape her past, but a routine letter from the police sent her back

She worked for years to escape her past, but a routine letter from the police sent her back

A sharp stench of funk and sweat leak from the two thick brown paper bags as Elizebeth Troudt realizes what's inside.

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One man's struggles with schizophrenia end tragically in Idaho

Early one Tuesday morning in mid-October, Nathan Hale puts a change of clothes in his backpack, takes a moment to write a note saying he's heading back to Spokane and then he leaves his room.

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Brad Little and Paulette Jordan are set to square off in Idaho's general election

With results in from Idaho's May 15 primary, it's now clear who will be facing off in multiple closely watched races.

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Why a tribal treaty rights case in Washington will likely end up in front of the U.S. Supreme Court

Washington state stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in fuel tax revenue and possibly more if a state Supreme Court decision involving fuel brought to the Yakama Reservation is allowed to stand.

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City Council members accuse public works director of treating employees like garbage

Monday night, City Council President Ben Stuckart and City Councilwoman Karen Stratton announced they would both be resigning from the city's Public Infrastructure, Environment, & Sustainability Committee due to their frustration with Public Works Division Director Scott Simmons.

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STD rates are up "across the board," Washington health department says

If you've been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease recently, know that now, more than ever, you're not alone.

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Downtown businesses have increasingly closed restrooms to non-customers — should the city build its own?

Living on the street comes with a constant stream of basic survival questions: Where do you find food?

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An argument for corn: I know corn is already in everything, but I still think it's underrated

Once, when I was a kid, I asked my mom, "What all is corn in?"

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On the Street

What is your favorite cooking utensil or device?
Carmen Murphy

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Who's funding your candidate? It's hard to say, which is why we should amend the Constitution

Idaho has just endured an overload of TV and print ads leading up to the primary election. Lots of money went into catching the attention of voters — billboards, yard signs, TV ads and those darn robocalls that interrupt you when you're watching a good game or just sitting down to dinner.

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The Year That Was... 1997

25 Years of the Inlander
TITANIC becomes the unsinkable hit that every girl in your sixth-grade class saw multiple times, countless candles in the wind are lit for PRINCESS DIANA's funeral, SOUTH PARK teaches us to respect Eric Cartman's authority and BOEING, the powerful Washington state airline manufacturer, merges with McDonnell Douglas.

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We don't want your guns

Letter to the Editor
Even though you knew none of them, you can't walk into Marjory-Stoneman Douglas High School without missing Alyssa, Scott, Martin, Nicholas, Aaron, Jaime, Chris, Luke, Cara, Gina, Joaquin, Alaina, Meadow, Helena, Alex, Carmen and Peter, because everyone else in the building misses them; aches for them, wishes for something very different for them: a life.

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Green Zone

How to handle your tolerance to marijuana

Inevitably, chronic cannabis smokers find themselves hitting a wall with their bud. You'll hear heavy users talk about the large amounts of flower or dosages of edibles they have to take to feel high at all.

Green Zone

Cold, Dark Places: How to ensure your bud lasts

After you dip your toe in the cannabis market and buy a pre-roll every now and then and you're ready to go full fledged, the next step is to stock up on quality bud. And thanks to the saturated market, an ounce of weed has never been cheaper.

Green Zone

There's no one perfect way to enjoy cannabis, but vaping has many upsides

A few years back, I was gifted my first vaporizer pen.

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Nation & World

FBI admits overstating locked phone problem, and critics pounce

By CHARLIE SAVAGE © 2018 New York Times News Service

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg gets an earful from the European Union

By ADAM SATARIANO and MILAN SCHREUER © 2018 New York Times News Service

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End of Inquiry on Obstruction Might Be Near

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and MAGGIE HABERMAN © 2018 New York Times News Service

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