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State Rep. Heather Scott wins re-election

Controversial Idaho State Rep. Heather Scott, R-Blanchard, was trailing in early Bonner County results from Tuesday’s Primary election, but she began to pull ahead as the votes began to be counted and voters gave her the victory.

Chella Choi, Danielle Kang tied for lead at KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

Chella Choi shot a 4-under 67 on Saturday for a share of the lead with Danielle Kang heading into the final round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. Kang birdied the par-5 18th to join Choi at 10 under, setting up a final pairing of two players looking for their first major title.

Riverpoint graduate an innovator, leader

Danielle Flinn likes making stuff, and at Riverpoint Academy, she has the tools. Students at the alternative school in the Mead School District work together to solve real-world problems, diving into science, engineering and the humanities in classes such as biomechanics, and entrepreneurship and design.

Review: Strong Civic Theatre cast carries uneven ‘Clue’

In the back of the programs for Spokane Civic Theatre’s new production of “Clue: The Musical,” there’s a page of grids and boxes that asks, “Can you solve the mystery before our detective?” Just like in the classic Parker Brothers board game, a murder has been committed, and it’s up to us to determine the who, the where and the how: There are six suspects, six possible weapons and six potential locations, and we’re supposed to take notes that will help us deduce the identity of the culprit. That’s the niftiest invention of the show, directed by Keith Dixon, which, while not a particularly memorable piece of theater, has a lot of goofy energy. It’s set, as these types of stories always are, in a creaky, old mansion where a dinner party is being thrown. Mr. Boddy (Ben Dyck) is our host, and he announces from the get-go that he’ll soon be murdered by one of his guests. The show isn’t so much about who eventually kills him, but rather who will get to him first.