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Readers in the Inland Northwest can submit letters to The Spokesman-Review. Letters should be no longer than 200 words and must include the writer's home street address and a daytime telephone number.

May 16
  • Wilson a solid alternative

    Page A13 I read with great interest the letters to the editor in the May 6 Spokesman-Review. Two letters called for Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers to move on, with one letter suggesting … 43

May 15
  • Republican or Democrat?

    Page A11 Stephen Snedden is running for Idaho state representative, District 1A, as a conservative Republican. Yet his background speaks to an alignment more in tune with Democrats than Republicans. 68

  • Mt. Spokane expansion blocked

    Page A11 The Spokesman-Review editorial on April 14 outlined very well, “Washington state parks are being sold short.” The issue being raised now on the expansion of the Mt. Spokane ski area … 27

  • Studs unfairly maligned

    Page A11 It must be spring. The weather is warmer, the flowers are blooming and the biannual pastime of bashing studded tires continues for another season. 86

May 14
  • Slavery misunderstood

    Page A13 David Wordinger (May 8) believes Cliven Bundy’s assertion that black people had stronger families under slavery. 39

  • Praise for Shea

    Page A13 Does it really matter what a candidate or elected official did in the past, or does on their own time or personal life? No. What matters is what they can … 123

  • Randleman a true hero

    Page A13 In my opinion, the word “hero” is way overused. I won’t mention any one specific case; I don’t want to burst anyone’s bubble. But, to me, a hero is someone … 1

May 13
  • Overreacting on Greenbluff

    Page A11 I’m confused as to what the big deal is about fighting off the idea of weddings, graduations, etc., up in Greenbluff. They don’t want too much traffic or congestion? 9

  • Gun grabbers revealed

    Page A11 The Marxist-left and anti-gun lobby has finally come out of the closet. 118

  • City not pet-friendly

    Page A11 As the owner of two well-behaved golden retrievers, I find it very difficult to find places in Spokane that allow for large dogs. There really aren’t very many restaurants, stores, … 70

  • Be considerate of neighbors

    Page A11 Considering that I and over 100 elderly and younger disabled people live a mere block west of Hamilton on Mission, the thought of a drive-through-only fast food establishment frightens me. … 15

  • Overreacting on Green Bluff

    Page A11 I’m confused as to what the big deal is about fighting off the idea of weddings, graduations, etc., up in Green Bluff. They don’t want too much traffic or congestion? 1

May 12
  • Stuck in the ’80s

    Page A9 After reading his May 7 comments on Gary Crooks’ April 27 commentary, I wondered where Bob Strong has been these last 30 years. Trickle-down or supply-side economics, favorites of President … 117

  • Slavery was not better

    Page A9 David Wordinger (May 8) and Cliven Bundy are both misinformed about the actual living conditions under slavery. 46

  • Shortchanged in Spokane

    Page A9 Your editorial of May 8 is right on the money. As an advocate for seniors and senior issues, it is important that true “East Siders” have access to legislators during … 9

May 11
  • Damage done with error

    Page B9 We were so disappointed in The Spokesman-Review last week naming James Comerford as a “man facing five years in child pornography case.” That was plain and simple sloppy journalism at … 2

  • Locale of stands overlooked

    Page B9 Articles written by Nina Culver in October 2013 and Jonathan Brunt in January 2014 regarding bikini barista stands addressed the Spokane City Council’s initiative setting nudity regulation standards for the … 3

  • GOP’s selective outrage

    Page B9 Republicans and Fox News seem bound and determined to continue their outrage over the unfortunate incident that caused the loss of four lives at Benghazi, Libya. But where is the … 136

  • Best candidate slate for Idaho

    Page B9 We are so fortunate to have wonderful candidates stepping up to the plate for our state positions. We are in such dire need of these dedicated applicants because, as one … 19

  • Silencing conservatives

    Page B9 I read with interest Joseph Wythe’s May 8 diatribe regarding Mona Charen’s columns, and observe that he proposes the tired old liberal solution to any opinion other than their own, … 41

May 10
  • Stop barbaric practice

    Page B5 Is it cruel and unusual to put a human being to death by lethal injection? That’s the question most pundits are posing in the wake of the execution of an … 24

  • Cancel Rice speech

    Page B5 I was appalled to learn that Whitworth University has slated former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as Presidential Leadership speaker Oct. 16. 70

  • Expand ski park

    Page B5 Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park should be expanded with the proposed new lift and runs on the backside of Mount Spokane. After environmental studies and feedback sessions with the … 1

  • McMorris Rodgers wises up

    Page B5 I can’t believe I am writing a letter of support for Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, who I normally never support. But her recent critics regarding Obamacare are absolutely outlandish. 31

  • Park remodel is sad

    Page B5 I sadly reviewed the Riverfront Park plan in the May 4 Spokesman-Review. The YMCA on the river was torn down for green space. The current design of Riverfront Park provides … 3

  • Water treatment expensive

    Page B5 Over the last two years I have talked to staff of the city of Spokane and Spokane County in regard to the treatment plants. 7

  • Shooting is suspicious

    Page B5 You have covered shooting victim Jeremy Arnold’s criminal history in depth and detail. It could almost qualify as character assassination. 5

  • Need more doctors

    Page B5 Your May 6 editorial does not cite proven Affordable Care Act gains. We do not know if a net gain in the number of insured people has occurred, as many … 53

May 9
  • Veterans deserved better

    Page A13 After everything 40 proud soldiers did for us and our country, their lives may have been unfairly taken. In a Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital, a ghastly scheme was the alleged … 55

  • Vote out the incumbents

    Page A13 The incumbent representatives of District 1 both pride themselves on “fiscal responsibility with taxpayer dollars.” Yet an independent study from Idaho Freedom Works ranks legislative voting records by opposition to … 63