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Cutline Contest -- 1.28.15 

People work to shovel snow-covered cars out in Boston's Charlestown section this morning, one day after a blizzard dumped about two feet of snow in the city. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) Tuesday Winner -- SLFisher, with 7 likes: "Hey, guys! Watch me...



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Cheap .22 ammo top attraction at Portland sportsmen's show

SHOOTING -- Remember when Jim Zumbo and fishing demo tanks stocked with real fish were the big attractions advertized by sportsman show promoters? Times have changed: A promotion getting big attention for the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show in Portland next week is a chance for...


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The NFL knows how to sell its product 

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Yesterday is officially the worst day in American sports. Everything that is wrong with our sporting culture is on display. It is also the worst-named day in American sports. Instead of "Media Day" it should be called "Marketing Day." Read on.


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Favorite books of S-R staffers 

Perusing the variety of lists of favorite books this time of year is a great way to whet your appetite for reading. I asked my newsroom colleagues to list a favorite book or two that they read in 2014. Not all of their choices were...

An underground history of Spokane trolleys

In today’s paper, we reported on a decision yesterday by the Spokane Transit Authority board of directors to let voters decide whether to increase sales tax by 0.3 percent to fund a plan that would extend hours and expand service to new areas, as well...


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Thoughts and ruminations from S-R columnist Doug Clark






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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner o...














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