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  • Opinions from past add perspective

    Editorial topics include World War I and Germany, Idaho colleges, treatment of soldiers’ families and merit pay for teachers

  • Finding a monster’s soul

    Aaron Eckhart has some advice for monster movie and Mary Shelley purists who might quibble with “I, Frankenstein,” his futuristic movie version that features Eckhart as the monster 100 years …

  • Trails get TLC from local helpers

    Laurie Fleming was wearing her new personalized hard hat with pride last Saturday on the Iller Creek Trail. “This is what you get on your fifth work party,” she said, …

  • Work crew escapees captured in Montana

    Three prisoners who walked away from a work crew near the Idaho/Montana border were arrested after a store clerk saw two in a parking lot minutes after a deputy dropped …

  • Checks target boats on road

    BOISE – Starting in about a month, anyone pulling a boat into Idaho will have to pull over at a port of entry for inspection and possible decontamination in an …

  • Brown, Chopp weighing state income tax

    OLYMPIA – For years in Washington’s capital, state income tax proposals have been viewed much like those periodic bills to declare Eastern Washington a 51st state. They’re attention-getters aimed at …

  • In brief: YWCA board executive resigns

    Monica Walters, executive director of the YWCA Spokane since 1996, has stepped down. Deborah Booth, president of the YWCA board, said Walters resigned citing medical reasons, and that the board …

  • In brief: Pair paid IRS using fake checks

    Six months under house arrest and five years on probation are the penalties for two Ronan, Mont., residents who tried to pay taxes by using fake checks. David Paul and …

  • How to get a flag flying over the state capitol today

    In honor of the inauguration of President Obama, Washington state’s Secretary of State is selling U.S. flags that are being flown at the state capitol today.

  • Call center company to add 400 jobs

    A Spokane Valley call center company plans to add about 400 jobs in the next 18 months, Greater Spokane Inc. said Friday. Newtown, Pa.-based ICT Group Inc.’s expansion is expected …

  • Fearlessly flacking for fashionable finalist

    I get requests all the time from people who want me to solve their problems or give them free ink about (fill in the blank). To which my normal response …

  • Program helps foster independence

    Barbara Bisaro made her daughter a promise: “When we buy a house,” she said, “you can paint your bedroom whatever color you want.” For five years, the single mom repeated …

  • War on the Eastern Front

    Running through the smoke of a battlefield with the German army behind him, Yevgeniy Sirokhin came face to face with every foot soldier’s nightmare: an enemy tank. The only hope …



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