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Spokane CountyMarriage licenses Christopher A. Claypool and Kimberly D. Taunt, both of Spokane. Bradley W. Birdsell and Shauna R. Hodgson, both of Spokane. Kip A. Murray and Sativa C. Ruck, both of Greenacres. Erhan Kurtulus and Jennifer M. Frazier, both ...

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OLYMPIA - Sen. Brian Dansel, R-Republic, urges the rejection of Lynn Peterson as state transportation secretary during Friday’s debate. (Jim Camden / The Spokesman-Review)

Senate rejects state transportation secretary 25 

OLYMPIA – A politically divided Senate refused to confirm state Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson on Friday, essentially firing her after three years on the job. Republicans, who control the Senate, said they were responding to growing complaints about the state’s ...

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Kindergartner Parker Tarrmann shows his teeth to dentist Dr. Jared Evans, of KiDDS Dental, during a lesson on oral health Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, at Central Valley Kindergarten Center in Spokane Valley. The class was held to kick off National Children’s Dental Health Month in February. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

Photo: National Children’s Dental Health Month

Kindergartner Parker Tarrmann shows his teeth to dentist Dr. Jared Evans, of KiDDS Dental, during a lesson on oral health Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, at Central Valley Kindergarten Center in Spokane Valley. The class was held to kick off National Children’s Dental Health Month in February.

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Public safety
Fire district tries bond again after ballot printing error 
Spokane interim police Chief Dobrow announces retirement  64 
Investigators search for clues in Spokane Valley woman’s death  
Fire district tries bond again after ballot printing error 
Police captain back on duty after investigation into furniture move  17 
Government
new Corrections secretary resigns amid early release controversy 
Washington records 
Senate rejects state transportation secretary  25 
Council candidate involved in discrimination lawsuit against Spokane County  
City likely to back affordable housing vision for Ridpath Hotel  36 
Idaho
Driver arrested after running into Idaho trooper’s car 
Shawn Vestal: Idaho results show that in many cases, virtual education doesn’t deliver  70 
Detectives investigate body found near Cataldo, Idaho  
Eldon Samuel trained to kill zombies, mother testifies in trial  22 
Lewiston man shot in gunfight with deputies 
Education
Student group upset Gonzaga won’t allow the public to attend Dinesh D’Souza talk  298 
Spokane elementary teacher arrested on suspicion of heroin possession  21 
GED score change gives more students certificates  53 
Ex-director of special education files civil rights complaint against district  10 
Some Spokane school district employees receive raise  
Transportation
Getting There: Emphasis patrols will target speeders  17 
Inslee takes a Spokane bus ride to celebrate transit funding  111 
Funds sought for work at Sullivan Road and Euclid Avenue  
100 years ago: Six killed when avalanche sweeps part of Great Northern train off tracks  
Extended MLK Way will connect University District with downtown  65 
Community
Freeman High senior crowned Lilac Festival queen  
Hot tub shot too much for Cheney High yearbook  27 
MLK Family Outreach Center looks to rebuild  
Lake Coeur d’Alene home designed by fans of ‘Blog Cabin’ hits the market 
More than 15,000 without power in North Idaho and Eastern Washington 





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