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  • Hunters, natural predators no match for real turkeys

    It was a turkey showdown in Nils Rosdahl’s pasture Wednesday morning. Tail feathers unfurled, a male strutted toward a group of females. As he neared the hens, two other toms …


  • 5,000 businesses later, column comes to an end

    Well, this is it – my last work for The Spokesman-Review. Although the exact date isn’t available, this business column first was published in 1985, the same year I became …


  • Getting their stories straight

    Like it or not, news media are changing. There used to be a clear division between print, radio and television. A self-respecting print reporter would never dream of making a …


  • Journalism students employ new media, take home awards

    Like it or not, news media are changing. There used to be a clear division between print, radio and television. A self-respecting print reporter would never dream of making a …


  • Handle on Business: Wine Cellar has new owners

    The Wine Cellar Restaurant at 313 Sherman Ave. is back under local ownership. Tom and Patricia Power, longtime loyal customers and members of the Wine Club, bought the business and …


  • Brothers build custom choppers

    Custom-built chopper motorcycles, hot rods and rat rods (more basic hot rods) are for sale at Marston’s Custom Choppers at 9873 Government Way, Hayden. Brothers Gary and Dave Marston also …


  • Spokane’s Scratch opening CdA restaurant

    Readers seem to eat up news about a new restaurant with more interest than other business news. So even though this place won’t open until maybe early June, here are …


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