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Spokane’s boosters were breathing a sigh of relief, after more than 200 names were added to Spokane’s 1920 census, thus putting the 1920 population slightly above the 1910 number.
D.R. Wolfe was arrested with $500 worth of cocaine, morphine and other drugs in his hotel room. Police said it was unequivocal evidence that a drug ring in Seattle had spread east on the railroads.
Sharona Carroll was the 13th person to die in the county’s custody since 2015, and at least the second inmate whose death was linked to contraband drugs.
The Food and Drug Administration approved a powerful new opioid Friday for use in health care settings, rejecting criticism from some of its own advisors that it would inevitably be diverted to illicit use and cause more overdose deaths.
An autopsy report says retired star pitcher Roy Halladay had evidence of amphetamine, morphine and an insomnia drug in his system when he died in a small plane crash in Florida last year.
The board of the Florence Crittenden Home (for unwed mothers) went on the attack against “immodest dress.”
From our archive, 100 years ago Two women and three men were arrested after police found opium, cocaine, morphine and 125 quarts of whisky in a house on the lower South Hill.
From our archives, 100 years ago The brutal war in Europe continued to be good for Spokane business. The Washington Cracker Co. of Spokane just sent 30,000 pounds of crackers to German ports, destined to feed “part of the German army.”