Stories tagged: paul turner
Sun., July 22, 2018
Swimming, boating and straddling those aquatic crotch rockets, it’s all fine. But when people talk about the Inland Northwest’s love of lake life, I sometimes think they overlook what just …
Thu., July 19, 2018
Around here, just who are the usual suspects?
Mon., July 16, 2018
Labor Day is seven weeks from today. But that’s simply going by the calendar. How quickly will it
Sun., July 15, 2018
Let’s hear from bald men and a few of those who remember the moon landing this week in 1969.
UPDATED: Wed., July 11, 2018
So I apologize if I made it sound as if the West was a radio wasteland back in the day.
UPDATED: Tue., July 10, 2018
Say what you will about the newspaper. This is our community, too. No one here at Riverside and Monroe wants to see anything bad happen to a single child.
UPDATED: Mon., July 9, 2018
Anyone seen a pterodactyl in Browne’s Addition? Or maybe just a moose?
Mon., July 9, 2018
I’m not saying men always get blamed for everything.
Sun., July 8, 2018
Today we set about identifying the 2018 Inland Northwest Bald Man of the Year.
Thu., July 5, 2018
Every once in a while a mumbling kid will show up on our porch and ask if I would like to have our lawn mowed.
Mon., July 2, 2018
Here’s a quick guide to the sort of Hoopfest stories your co-workers and others will actually want to hear from you today.
Sun., July 1, 2018
This is a nation populated with an alarming number of broken, unhinged people. Many of them have guns. You knew that. But have you considered what it’s doing to the …
Thu., June 28, 2018
So it’s time again to consider your Second Half of the Year Resolutions.
Tue., June 26, 2018
What is summer’s signature sound? Open the freezer and see.
Mon., June 25, 2018
Speaking on behalf of those of us who are not addicted to coffee, there’s something I’d like to say to a few of those who are. Shut up already.
Sun., June 24, 2018
The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument makes you wonder.
Thu., June 21, 2018
There used to be two kinds of families.
Mon., June 18, 2018
What are adults using in 2018 to scare kids into making academic progress over the summer?
Sun., June 17, 2018
Father’s Day doesn’t lose its significance just because your own father is gone.
Thu., June 14, 2018
Why don’t you get invited to friends’ lake places? See if you think one of these multiple-choice options might be the explanation.
Mon., June 11, 2018
Is there a teacher who made a difference? The last week of school is a chance for students to say “Thank you.”
Sun., June 10, 2018
Street Music Week is practically a Spokane institution. And it’s not just a downtown thing. You can hear performers in the Garland District and Coeur d’Alene.
Thu., June 7, 2018
Here in Spokane, two strangers might not want much to do with one another. But place those same individuals in Florida or Texas wearing their Cougs shirts and, well, you …
Mon., June 4, 2018
Should “Spokane Man” and “Spokane Woman” go on a date?
Sun., June 3, 2018
When it is suggested that there are two kinds of people in the Spokane area, it’s tempting to think of politics. But there are more dividing lines than that.
Thu., May 31, 2018
Pregnancy is a serious business, and no one in Spokane should be trying to have babies just so the Lilac City can maintain its slim population lead over Tacoma. But …
Wed., May 30, 2018
This comes up every year in the Inland Northwest. When are area lakes OK for comfortable swimming?
Mon., May 28, 2018
The unofficial start of summer arrives with a question.
Sun., May 27, 2018
Hard as it might be for some of your Spokane friends and neighbors to believe, summer isn’t everyone’s favorite season.
Thu., May 24, 2018
Here’s something nobody ever asks: What are the essential differences between old-time TV Westerns and Spokane in 2018?