The latest issue of the Inlander is hitting newsstands today. Find it at your local grocery store and hundreds of other locations; use this map to find a pickup point near you. You can also read through the digital edition here.
This week staff reporter Daniel Walters straps on some hip waders and slogs into the murk of the 2020 Election. Donald Trump, despite losing by more than 5 million votes, still hasn’t conceded the race to Joe Biden (as of press time), and he’s shown little interest in loosening his grip on Republicans or his friends at Fox News. Regardless, his impact on American life will reverberate for years. As Idaho Congressman Russ Fulcher — a big booster of the president — tells us, “Trump has stirred the pot so much that a bunch of crap is coming up from the bottom. And we’re finally seeing it.” Democrats, meanwhile, are doing some soul searching of their own, having underperformed in down-ballot races across the country. Walters sorts it all out beginning in this week’s issue, hitting newsstands today.
Also this week:
- Staff reporter Wilson Criscione reports on a family’s search for answers after a gay teen in the small town of Newport was found beaten, tied and buried in a shallow grave.
- Food editor Chey Wilson reports on the latest impacts of Gov. Jay Inslee’s shutdown order on local restaurants.
- Film editor Nathan Weinbender, meanwhile, takes a look back at the late Sean Connery’s pioneering take on James Bond.
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