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  • YMCA buy best for conservation

    April 4, 2009 in Letters The Review’s editorial board is off base inflaming the public through its negative rhetoric (“Our View: Plan to buy unwise, a poor fit for conservation fund,” March 29). Those who …

  • View valued more than money

    April 4, 2009 in Letters In Sunday’s Our View editorial, the writer wondered why the disdain for bringing urban living to the banks of the Spokane River (at the site of the present YMCA).

  • Prosecutors protect their own

    April 4, 2009 in Letters Spokane County Deputy Prosecutor Brian O’Brien (letters, March 28) raved with praise for the past victories in court by Prosecutor Larry Steinmetz as if this past record would excuse his … 1

  • Libertarians faulted unfairly

    April 4, 2009 in Letters Bart Haggin’s letter (March 31) blaming libertarianism and Friedman economics for our current woes demonstrates yet again that he is ignorant of these subjects. He asserts that libertarianism, laissez-faire government, …

  • Cigarettes unwelcome in parks

    April 4, 2009 in Letters I was taken back by the letter to the editor by Katie Fiessinger (March 28). The smoking ban would not ban smokers from the park, just smoking in the parks.

  • Dam-free future bright

    April 4, 2009 in Letters Becky Kramer’s article in Monday’s Spokesman-Review reporting on combined efforts of many people to describe the economic, recreational and aesthetic benefits of a Lower Snake River without the four dams …

  • Acupuncture alive and well

    April 4, 2009 in Letters Where do I begin? The article March 31 from the Washington Post/Ellen Edwards, “On pins and needles,” about acupuncture I find amusing and at the same time of concern. I …