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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Rapist’s South Hill rental property fixed up, listed for sale

Six months after the fire marshal temporarily shut down a rental property owned by convicted rapist Arlin Jordin, neighbors, tenants and inspectors say his house on the lower South Hill is in much better shape. But neighbors who sued Jordin in small claims court over the disturbances at the property say they’re still eager to see it sold, a condition Jordin agreed to in a court settlement signed last November.

Doug Clark: Free speech shields bar; customers may not

When I heard that a Spokane bar was serving “Date Grape Koolaid,” I knew the morons running this joint would eventually need my help. And sure enough, the Daiquiri Factory, 121 N. Wall St., is now in trouble up to its highballs.