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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Landowner uses tractor to ‘totally’ disable elk poacher’s pickup

POACHING -- Public sentiment is clearly behind the landowner who used his tractor to, shall we say, immobilize the pickup of elk poachers who were trespassing. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife police are hesitant to say that's the proper way to respond. There could...

Victims upset with plea deal given to airman

Two people who awoke to find a man armed with a knife in their downtown apartment building last fall say they didn’t know the U.S. Air Force airman had his trespassing charge dismissed after a plea deal.

Charges dismissed against roof-running airman

Charges were dismissed in a plea deal involving a U.S. Air Force Airman accused of breaking into a building, scaring a sleeping woman and stealing a roofing knife in September.

Businessman upset roof-running airman won’t face serious charges

A downtown building owner is upset that an Air Force survival school student suspected of breaking into apartments, frightening a sleeping tenant and stealing a knife during a September night of roof-running on East Main Avenue will not face serious criminal charges.

Off Track: Errant OHV riders costly to everyone else

You don’t need a degree in agriculture to see that driving a motor vehicle off-road into a farmer’s field or a timber company’s forest can leave scars on the land. What’s not so obvious is the open wound destructive trespassers leave in the relationship between sportsmen and landowners.

Landers: Respectful hunters shalt not trespass

Trespassing is an easy crime to pooh-pooh when you can hear a rare life list bird species over the hill or if the perfect mountain biking route cuts the corner of someone else’s back 40. Even some hunters – the one outdoor group that’s specifically schooled on trespassing laws during mandatory hunter education courses – can rationalize going through another person’s fence for a quick shot at game that’s eluded them everywhere else.

Landers: Respectful hunters shalt not trespass

Trespassing is an easy crime to pooh-pooh when you can hear a rare life list bird species over the hill or if the perfect mountain biking route cuts the corner of someone else’s back 40.

Abandoned grocery draws complaints from neighbors

The new owners of the vacant Albertsons building in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood are preparing to post no-trespassing signs to remedy neighborhood complaints and police concerns about transients. The empty grocery store property along Northwest Boulevard between Maple and Ash streets had become a problem for neighbors.