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- Lewis-McChord facing cuts
- Nearly 1,000 acres added to county’s no-shooting zone
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- Washington records
- Chesrown files $72 million bankruptcy
- Vestal: Pitch to add police officers must come from the top
- Jim Kershner’s this day in history
- Milfoil battle goes lakewide
- Photo: Home sweet home
- Landers: Private cabins don’t serve public interest
- Oregon put on probation, but faces no bowl ban
- Cheney man in running for national veteran’s award
- Patriots’ Hernandez charged with murder
- Auto racing: Martin Truex Jr. can’t quit smiling after Sonoma victory
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- Bruins roar to title with 11th straight win
- Canadians’ Anderson uses changeup to perplex Indians
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- Spokane Chiefs release preseason plan
ITD Board allocates rest of GARVEE bond proceeds to I-84 in Canyon County
The Idaho Transportation Board today voted to allocate an additional $86 million to widen I-84 from Franklin Road in Nampa into the city of Caldwell, on top of $150 million ...
The Wednesday Slice question
Why do you put up outdoor holiday lights? A) So when, many years from now, the three little boys across the street think about their childhood Christmases, they will remember ...
Rich Landers’ Outdoors Blog evolves; S-R’s Eli Francovich takes over
TRANSITIONS -- The Outdoors Blog is evolving. After nearly 41 years as Outdoors editor at The Spokesman-Review, Rich Landers has officially retired. He will continue writing occasionally as an Outdoors ...
Sunday Spin 2: Is social media the new “town square”?
Another potential constitutional controversy involves lawmakers and their social media accounts. The ACLU of Washington said last week legislators should not be blocking people with whom they disagree or deleting ...