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  • Petition about 20 years too late; ties to Russian city ended in ’90s

    A liberal political group trying to rally its members to fight discrimination against gays and lesbians in Russia asked Spokane residents Wednesday to petition their City Council to cut sister …


  • Reform talk draws protest

    While U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers travels across Eastern Washington discussing health care reform, one of her only stops in Spokane was a closed affair Wednesday in a Browne’s Addition …


  • Public excluded from McMorris Rodgers meeting

    While U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers travels across Eastern Washington discussing health care reform, one of her only stops in Spokane was a closed affair Wednesday in a Browne’s Addition …


  • Inauguration celebration

    Step aside Washington, D.C., inauguration partygoers because on Tuesday the “other” Washington celebrated the promise of change with equal enthusiasm thanks to people like Harriett and Lloyd Jacobson. The Jacobsons, …


  • Solemn vigil marks four years of war

    A solemn gathering with prayers, poetry, and the reading of the names of Washington state residents killed in the Iraq war spilled out of the U.S. Courthouse plaza in downtown …

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