Morning Review: Guns in schools, quarterbacks and campfire cuisine
Check out our guide to today’s top Spokesman-Review stories.
Call for arms: Guns in schools may become a reality at Spokane Public Schools, where 13 commissioned peace officers are expected to start wearing .40-caliber Glock pistols at their sides beginning in January.
Closing the curtain: Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre may be closing for good at the end of this season, saying low ticket sales and a dire financial situation have made it impossible for the theater to survive without community help.
‘It was not a good night’: SpokAnimal euthanized 70 cats after two litters infected with feline distemper were dropped off at the shelter. Nearly all were either infected or at risk of infection of the deadly virus, officials say.
Quarterback quartet: All four of Eastern Washington’s potential quarterbacks have shown promise during practice. But head coach Beau Baldwin said regardless of who’s leading the charge, he wants them to be “QB smart.”
Comfort end zone: Washington State junior quarterback Connor Halliday appears to have taken the lead in the battle for starting quarterback, saying he’s more comfortable with head coach Mike Leach’s strategy. Then again, redshirt freshman Austin Apodaca may not have to wait long for his on-field debut. Check out the first in an eight-part series of positional reviews for the WSU football team.
‘Let’s go for it’: Developers Karen and Walt Worthy say they’re ready to start the first phase of may be Spokane’s largest downtown hotel. Ground tests and field analysis will likely begin today to determine if the proposed location near the Convention Center is a viable home for the 700-room hotel.
Campground cuisine: Even the outdoors can go gourmet with a little prep work at home. Sylvia Fountaine has three recipes to elevate your Hobo Pies to Penthouse Pockets.