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  • Retired firefighter back in jail for driving offenses

    A retired firefighter with a history of driving arrests is back in jail after a judge learned he’d caused two car crashes and received one speeding ticket since his last …


  • Huskies wear crown

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Home-field advantage. Who needs that? For Washington’s softball team, the road led to a national championship.


  • Displeased unions disrupt Democrats’ dinner plans

    As different as Spokane County’s two major political parties are, they have one thing in common: They always need more money. Because of that, until just a few years ago …


  • Huggies heist sign of recession crime, experts say

    A couple shoplifting $18 worth of diapers from a Spokane Safeway this weekend is what experts say is a sign of desperation crime caused by the current recession.


  • Fire officers in line for raise

    As city leaders contemplate budget cuts and potential layoffs because of the ailing economy, some of Spokane’s highest-paid employees are poised to receive increases in their total compensation of about …


  • Battalion chiefs could see pay boost

    As city leaders contemplate budget cuts and potential layoffs because of the ailing economy, some of Spokane’s highest-paid employees are poised to receive increases in their total compensation of about …


  • Homeland Security official withdraws appeal

    The region’s fired Homeland Security coordinator, who was scheduled to fight his termination today before the Spokane County Civil Service Commission, has withdrawn that appeal, officials say. By withdrawing the …


  • Skylstad submits resignation to pope

    William Skylstad, bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Spokane, has submitted a letter of resignation to Pope Benedict as required of all bishops when they turn 75. Skylstad’s birthday …


  • Idaho cities look to irrigation to keep sewage out of river

    Ken Windram frequently hears flattering remarks about the 55-acre grove of hybrid poplar trees grown by the Hayden Area Regional Sewer Board. During the summer, the trees provide a green …


  • Rathdrum Prairie board looks to increase wastewater irrigation

    Ken Windram frequently hears flattering remarks about the 55-acre grove of hybrid poplar trees grown by the Hayden Area Regional Sewer Board.

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