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News >  Spokane
Oct. 30, 2004, midnight
COLFAX – For the first time since the September slaying of University of Idaho football player Eric McMillan, the two men suspected in his death will be in Idaho. Matthew and James Wells, who are being held in Washington for a trial on felony eluding charges, will be transported across the state line next week for a grand jury investigation.

News >  Spokane
Oct. 27, 2004, midnight
COLFAX – A former Washington State University student was charged with second-degree manslaughter Tuesday in the accidental shooting death of his roommate last February. Ashley Allen Gilmore, 21, acted in a way that qualifies as criminally negligent, resulting in the death of fellow student Joseph Tibbs, prosecutors say.

News >  Spokane
Oct. 25, 2004, midnight
District 9's House of Representatives candidates have a lot in common. They all live within 15 miles of one another in Whitman County, and they all see adding jobs and improving access to education as their two priorities. But where the two Republicans from Colfax and two Democrats from Pullman differ is how to do it.

News >  Spokane
Oct. 20, 2004, midnight
A seasoned Republican candidate and a novice Democratic candidate are vying for one of the state's key districts for higher education. Gail Rowland, a retiree from Washington State University, wants to buck the three-decade trend of Democrats losing the District 9 Senate seat. She says her background as a former university employee, her community involvement and her long-term residency in the district make her a strong candidate.