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Spokane racetrack behind on bills

The operator of Spokane County’s West Plains racetrack owes $20,000 in back payments to the county and more than $1 million to contractors who have been refurbishing the facility, county …

County faces series of hurdles before fall vote on new jail

Spokane County faces a series of deadlines for decisions on a new jail. One is Aug. 11, which is the last day county commissioners can decide to put measures on …

$120,000 settlement ends Taser lawsuit

Spokane County will spend $120,000 to settle a lawsuit by a man who was jolted by a sheriff deputy’s Taser during a traffic stop in 2005. County commissioners agreed Tuesday …

Program focuses on small savings

Kimberly Nybo says an empty one-gallon Gallo wine bottle holds about $500 in quarters. Years ago, she filled two, hoping to pay for a trip to New Orleans. Instead, when …

Deputy prosecutor appointed to appeals court

Spokane’s newest appeals court judge is a chess player and a hard working Spokane County deputy prosecutor with a wry sense of humor who has specialized in appellate work since …

Unfazed Sheriff’s Office stands by investigation

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office apparently couldn’t provide the “independent” review that Mayor Dennis Hession now believes is necessary to oversee the investigation into the death of Otto Zehm. The …