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  • Doug Clark: Peccadillo signals progress in department’s deportment

    You complainers have the Capt. Clinger caper figured all wrong. Ronald D. Clinger, that is.


  • Teen suspects in WinCo robbery arrested at casino

    Teenagers accused of stealing a gun and beer in Spokane landed in the Kootenai County Jail early today after police say one of the teens pulled a gun on WinCo …


  • Housing prices fall

    First-time homebuyers shopping at the lower end of the market were partly responsible for a 4 percent month-to-month drop in the median price of a sold home in Spokane County, …


  • Court reaffirms ruling on special ed funding

    The state Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld a lower court’s decision denying a request by a consortium of Washington school districts to declare the system of funding special education …


  • Percussionist has the beat

    Friday the 13th is a lucky day for fans of percussion music in Spokane. Evelyn Glennie, who stands at the top of the percussion world, will perform with the Spokane …


  • Efforts against genocide garner acclaim

    A Spokane professor and author of a book on the psychology of genocide is one of 20 persons nationwide to receive a fellowship to build local awareness of global atrocities. …


  • Police thank man for heroism

    It looked liked just another car stuck in the snow. Summoned from his basement bedroom by his mother, Joshua Myers looked out the living room window and saw a van …


  • Residents brace for bustle

    Narrow and quiet, Conklin Road was never a thoroughfare homeowners pictured would lead directly into the parking lot of a big-box store. Next year it will be connected to two.

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