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Sunday, February 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Tribune rejects second Gannett bid, sets the stage for talks

Tribune Publishing rejected a second takeover bid from USA Today owner Gannett, but did say Monday that it was open to further talks.

Scott Martelle: Turkey’s press crackdown troubling

Turkey is a longtime U.S. ally in a part of the world where reliable friends are sorely needed, but such oppressive behavior raises serious questions.

Veteran Venezuelan newspaper prints last edition amid crisis

A major regional newspaper that has survived dictatorship and hyperinflation during its 82-year run is printing its last edition as imported newsprint grows scarce in Venezuela’s crashing economy.

Ex-editor of Missoulian sues paper, owner for forced resignation

The former editor of the Missoulian is suing the newspaper’s publisher and its owner, Lee Enterprises Inc., for wrongful discharge.

Britain’s Independent newspaper to cease print editions

Britain’s Independent newspaper will publish its last print edition next month as it makes a “historic transition” to digital-only format, its owner said Friday.

Remodeling debuts in today’s newspaper

Readers will see some changes in The Spokesman-Review this year, beginning today. For starters, three local columns are returning on a weekly basis. Business reporter Bert Caldwell and politics reporter …

Environmental Writers Win National Press Award

The Spokesman-Review’s work last year in environmental reporting and column writing has earned more national journalism awards. Staff writers Karen Dorn Steele and Jim Lynch earned the Robert L. Kozik …