Council says no to Lime helmets, Trump officials call for repeal of the ACA, and other headlines

ON INLANDER.COM NEWS: Bishop Thomas Daly is distancing himself from a PR campaign waged by a conservative element in the Catholic community that's attempting to discredit Cardinal Blase Cupich by tying him to the church's sex abuse scandal.

Local News

Bishop Daly distances Spokane Diocese from group trying to dig up dirt on Cardinal Cupich

Even if you didn't read our cover story on the division within the Catholic Church earlier this month, you may have seen the advertisements that Stephen Brady, of the Roman Catholic Faithful, has run in the Inlander. Brady has been going to the former dioceses that Cardinal Blase Cupich, archbishop of Chicago, formerly led.

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Mueller finds no collusion, doesn't exonerate on obstruction, CMR will run again, and other headlines

ON INLANDER.COM NEWS: Idaho Gov. Brad Little chose someone to fill one of two Dalton Gardens City Council seats left empty after residents ousted the mayor and two members during a March 12 recall.

Local News

Little appoints new Dalton Gardens council member to create quorum after recall

Idaho Gov. Brad Little's office announced Friday that Tyler Dreschel has been appointed to one of two Dalton Gardens council seats left vacant after residents recalled the mayor and half the City Council earlier this month.

Local News

Possibly mythical Zags decapitate foes, Garland Street Fair is canceled, and other headlines

ON INLANDER.COM NEWS: Why the Garland Street Fair went the way of Elkfest.

Local News

Kimmel laughs at Gonzaga tweets, NZ bans some semi-automatic weapons, and other headlines

ON INLANDER.COM BEST OF: You voted, now see the results.

Local News

The canceled Garland Street Fair joins the ranks of Elkfest as yet another community event that became too big to succeed

The Garland Street Fair, in its 16th year, was as crazy as it had ever been last August. Thousands packed a few blocks for hours.

Local News

Money for Fairchild could go to wall, descendants of slaves return to U.S., and other headlines

ON INLANDER.COM TECH: Say goodbye to those embarrassing selfies you took on your flip phone in 2007.

Local News

The 'honeymoon' is over: Daily attendance at Riverfront Park's ice ribbon drops by 57 percent this winter

Attendance has dropped precipitously at Riverfront Park's ice ribbon, a roughly $10 million skating rink and a signature piece of the park's broader redevelopment effort. The ribbon, which first opened in 2017 after a series of delays and setbacks, attracted 53,338 guests during its first winter season.

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Pro athletes still face impossible choices when it comes to cannabis

On Thursday night, March 7, Cowboys defensive tackle David Irving started an Instagram Live announcing that he was done with the NFL.

Green Zone

A simple, cannabis-infused simple syrup

One of the easiest ways to incorporate cannabis edibles or CBD in your daily routine is by using an infused syrup.

Green Zone

Lawmakers say the LCB is unfairly targeting marijuana businesses

It's almost as if the legalization of marijuana in Washington state didn't really change perceptions among some people.

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Border Patrol shuts down checkpoints in New Mexico and West Texas

By Simon Romero New York Times News Service

Nation & World

Mueller delivers report on Russia investigation to attorney general

By Sharon LaFraniere and Katie Benner New York Times News Service

Nation & World

Ichiro Suzuki concludes his pioneering career in Japan

By David Waldstein New York Times News Service

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