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Man charged with murder in death of Spokane woman

Patrick N. McGhee now faces counts of second-degree murder, destruction of evidence, interstate trafficking in prostitution and procurement of a prostitute, all of which are felonies.

Man arrested in connection with body found near Hauser Lake

Spokane police arrested a man last week and extradited him to Idaho, where he is accused of having a connection to the suspicious death of a woman whose body was found partially submerged in a slough near Hauser Lake. Patrick Neil McGhee, 47, is a Hauser resident. He is accused of failing to notify law enforcement of the death of 55-year-old Kelly Lynne Sallee. His bond is set at $250,000.

Arrest made in connection to Spokane woman’s death

A man was arrested last week in connection to the suspicious death of a Spokane woman whose body was found partially submerged in a slough in Hauser Lake, Idaho. Spokane police arrested Patrick Neil McGhee, 47, in connection to the death of Kelly Lynne Sallee, 55, who was found June 11 in a slough off the west side of Hauser Lake Road.

Cathy McMorris Rodgers subject of ethics complaint

Just a week after delivering the Republican Party response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address, U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is under fire for alleged spending improprieties. Aides to the Spokane congresswoman, the fourth-ranking House Republican, said Thursday the ethics complaint involves an accusation that McMorris Rodgers improperly mingled taxpayer money and campaign funds during her 2012 bid for House leadership. The Office of Congressional Ethics has referred the matter to the House Ethics Committee, which hasn’t decided whether to hold hearings.

Big Sky notes: Bobcats follow McGhee’s lead

For almost four seasons, DeNarius McGhee has made it look easy. The Montana State quarterback is a two-time Big Sky Conference MVP, earning the first as a redshirt freshman. Last year he was a first-team All-American and a Payton Award semfinalist, and stands sixth in career total offense in conference history.

McGhee gives MSU something special

Eastern Washington quarterback Vernon Adams picked up the ultimate compliment this week. When asked about the Eagles’ new young quarterback, Montana State coach Rob Ash compared him with MSU’s own DeNarius McGhee.