Al French thought he already defeated the idea to expand the Spokane County Commission.
Yeah, thinking that Amazon would locate its second headquarters in Spokane was always pretty absurd. But an Amazon fulfillment center?
As the summer sun continues to warm the Inland Northwest, it's that time of year again when the Inlander wants to hear about the warm-hearted people working to do good in the community. Do you know someone who is working tirelessly in the arts, social justice, human welfare, youth, education, wellness/nutrition, the environment, with animals or in another nonprofit-focused area?
Now that ballots for the August primary election have been mailed (and should arrive in your mailbox by today), it's a good time for a reminder that for this election and the November general election, the state will foot the bill for postage. That means on top of the free drop boxes sprinkled around each county, ballots can be mailed in without a stamp in most cases, or with a stamp provided by your elections office.
Brent Toderian is famous as an urban planner. (The guy has 50,000 Twitter followers, far more than most former city planners.) He was the chief planner of Vancouver, B.C. — leading the city through the 2010 Winter Olympics — before being controversially booted out by the Vancouver City Council in 2012.
Up until last night, only two options existed for Joe Albi Stadium as part of a possible joint bond request between Spokane Public Schools and the city of Spokane. Either downsize and renovate Albi at its current site, or demolish Albi and build a new stadium downtown (the city's preferred option).
In a move that stunned people on both sides of the aisle, President Donald Trump stood beside Russian President Vladimir Putin at a press conference Monday and took Putin's word that Russia did not meddle in the 2016 presidential election.
By the time Kootenai County ordered work to stop on a road being plowed through rural property owned by the Greenfield family, the damage was already done.
Until recently, life was incredibly unpredictable for 20-year-old Justice Anderson. "Mom, she kind of tried, but she was into meth and heroin and plenty of things.
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What's the cheapest date you've ever been on?
Lisa Brown is running a well-organized campaign in her effort to defeat her better-funded (thanks to Citizens United) opponent, incumbent Cathy McMorris Rodgers. But what about Brown's strategy?
As a long-time pragmatic idealist, I'm increasingly frustrated by the attacks on the center by right-wing and left-wing politicians and advocates alike.
YOUTUBE was founded this year, planting the seeds of today's social media landscape.
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There are few things that self-acclaimed Northwesterners are passionate about as much as their artisanal roasts and bud. The overlapping interest parallels the overlapping forms of highs that both coffee and weed offer.
Back in May I talked about the many benefits of using a vape pen rather than rolling a joint or packing a pipe around. And last week I finally got my hands on the PAX Era, a relatively new vape pen to Eastern Washington.
While prohibition may loosely stay intact for the remainder of Donald Trump's presidency, the call for a zero-sum federal stance on marijuana seems to be in the tone of a death rattle.
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By Eileen Sullivan
© 2018 New York Times News Service WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Russia was no longer targeting the United States, contradicting his own intelligence chief just a day after promising that his administration was working to prevent Kremlin interference in the upcoming midterm elections.
By Eileen Sullivan and Katie Benner
© 2018 New York Times News Service
WASHINGTON — Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, on Friday announced new charges against 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking the Democratic National Committee, the Clinton presidential campaign and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The announcement came just a few days before President Donald Trump is expected to meet with Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, in Helsinki.
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