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  • Rail plan not going away

    July 26, 2009 in Letters David Tiffany is absolutely right (“Time to revisit light rail,” July 21). In fact, had the STA board not stopped the project cold, it would have been shovel ready – …

  • True professionals

    July 26, 2009 in Sports Tom Watson played like a champion. Although he came in second at the British Open, he represented the United States in a professional manner. Watson never threw his club or …

  • Light rail already refuted

    July 26, 2009 in Letters In response to David Henry Tiffany’s letter, “Time to revisit light rail,” July 21, the people of Spokane voted down light rail because of its cost and limited ridership issues. …

  • Children deserve better site

    July 26, 2009 in Letters The Little League chose 20 acres for their sports complex/training facility located inside 345 acres of the Northside Landfill Superfund site. South Indian Trail neighbors are concerned about exposure of …

  • Play ball at schoolyards

    July 26, 2009 in Letters Why not get the 3,000 kids and their parents together and work to get the baseball fields already at the schools in their neighborhoods in top condition (“Youth baseball solution …

  • Vets owed lasting honor

    July 26, 2009 in Letters I had the privilege and honor of volunteering at the 29th Annual Veterans Wheelchair Games. However, I was not prepared for the impact it had on me to see hundreds …

  • County tax? No way

    July 26, 2009 in Letters I will not vote for any tax in this county, even in the face of dire warnings that babies and old folks will surely die and law enforcement will be …