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Spokane River: What image comes to mind?

RIVERS -- Spokane nature landscape photographer Charley Gurche is giving us a new way to look at the Spokane River that many of us think we see every day. Check out his Spokane River Impressions photo exhibit at the Dodson's Jewelers Gallery, 516 W Riverside...

Getting There

Seattle's sliding scale for bus fare

An article in this Sunday's New York Times examined an innovative project happening in Seattle that ties a passenger's income to the price of a ticket to use the city's transit system. From the article: "On Sunday, the county transit system for the Seattle metropolitan...

Eye On Boise

Of protests, arrests, compromise and time... 

Here’s a link to my full story at on today’s nearly two dozen arrests of “Add the 4 Words” protesters at the state Capitol, as talk swirls around the statehouse about possible compromise legislation and whether there’s time to consider it this year or...

Huckleberries Online

Parting Shot -- 3.2.15

A large concrete baseball is refracted in raindrops on a window at the Peoria Sports Complex where the Seattle Mariners and the San Diego Padres hold their spring training baseball practice today in Peoria, Ariz. A steady morning rain kept the teams for practicing outside...


A new S-R blog

Veteran reporter Jody Lawrence-Turner launched Extra Credit, her new blog on education.

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...

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Huckleberries Online

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


SportsLink is your portal into sports news around the Inland Northwest and beyond. You'll find updates, notes and opi...





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