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Friday, December 14, 2018  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Made to order: Boomers shed Thanksgiving stress by eating out

Patty Gamon and her sister tag-teamed Thanksgiving dinner for more than 20 years before they threw in the turkey and started a new tradition. These days, their celebration includes no …


City: Casino not a tax drain

A Spokane County study claiming significant negative tax impacts from a proposed Spokane Tribe casino on the West Plains is drawing criticism from the city in which the casino would …


French, Mielke ask to reverse casino deal

Two Spokane County commissioners are asking the Bureau of Indian Affairs to overturn a 2010 contract that prevents the county from taking sides on the Spokane Tribe’s proposed casino in …


County denied voice on casino

Airway Heights city officials have refused a request by Spokane County to unwind a 2010 agreement that prohibits county officials from taking sides on the Spokane Tribe’s proposed casino. The …


Sovereignty can leave non-tribal members in legal limbo

Eighty-year-old Dorothy Tollett gambled so often at the Coeur d’Alene Casino that she received a free room in 2007. But on that final visit, before the retired nurse’s aide placed …


‘Backyard’ bash

On the eve of the first big show at the Northern Quest Resort and Casino’s outdoor concert space – The Judds – the big question is: What, exactly, is this …


Spotlight: Spokane-made ‘Big Bang’ apparently a big bust

Here we go again: another Spokane-made movie, direct to DVD, complete with atrocious reviews. “The Big Bang,” the Antonio Banderas movie shot here in fall 2009, came out on DVD …


Casino could open in 2013

Two officials with the Spokane Tribe of Indians say their proposed West Plains casino-resort could be ready for business sometime in 2013. Tribe Chairman Greg Abrahamson and Vice Chair Mike …


Industries keep eye on the future

Go West, young person. It worked for those who heeded the advice of 19th-century newspaperman Horace Greeley, and it just might work for today’s job seekers, who on the West …