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What if your ballot hasn’t arrived? Take your cue from this Liberty Lake woman

After Gail Gering didn't receive her ballot this month, she called the Spokane County Elections Office to find out why. Her story should urge all voters to be diligent about checking their registration status, and contact local election officials if they haven't received their ballot by the middle of this week. 

You might want to rethink using a stability ball as your desk chair

If you bought a stability ball to use at your pandemic home work station or dusted off the unused one in the basement, you might want to sit down for this reality check – on a traditional chair. Claims that stability balls will strengthen your core have little backing in research.

Sheriff’s Office pushes back against claims of Spokane protester arrested Sunday

Jeremy Logan spoke to national news media outlet Huffington Post this week, linking his own experience with law enforcement in Spokane on Sunday with other stories that have emerged nationwide alleging peaceful protesters have been taken into custody. His arrest occurred before a Sunday afternoon event protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake by law enforcement in Wisconsin. Spokane County Sheriff's Cpl. Mark Gregory said Friday that Logan was arrested by members of the office wearing badges, pursuant to a warrant issued in Douglas County for his arrest in November 2013.