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  • Tribes, feds meet to discuss crime law

    It will take more than an act of Congress to end the scourge of reservation crime in Indian country, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians was told Tuesday. “We cannot …

  • Lily Tomlin brings act to Northern Quest Sunday

    Lily Tomlin is a two-time Tony-winning actress and movie/TV star – and she’s also one of the true comedy innovators of her generation, right up there with Richard Pryor, George …

  • Northern Quest steps it up with fine dining at Masselow’s

    There is no shortage of ways to satisfy an appetite at the Northern Quest Casino and Resort. With the addition of Masselow’s Restaurant, there are now 13 places to grab …

  • Admirers recall Fitzgerald’s impact

    Even before the first words were spoken, the huge crowd at a memorial service for Daniel John Fitzgerald on Wednesday quietly defined the legacy of the beloved former Gonzaga University …

  • Northern Quest Casino hotel races 2010

    Late-arriving furniture and building material spilled out the main entrance of the Northern Quest Hotel on Monday afternoon as workers rushed to complete the 10-story building in time for New …

  • Local job front shows signs of revival

    Spokane took a giant leap backward last month, and that was a good thing. After months of sagging employment figures, the county registered 3,000 new jobs. That was enough to …

  • Tribe moves on casino plan

    The Spokane Tribe of Indians, sensing that it might get a better hearing from the Obama administration, appears to be getting closer to its long-stated goal of building a casino …

  • Powerful voice for comedy

    If you have a large nose, or a lisp, or dark skin, or light skin, a lazy eye, breasts (real or fake), a trailer home, a turban, a weight problem …



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