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Blog identity suit enters court

Forcing The Spokesman-Review to reveal the identities of three anonymous commenters on its Huckleberries Online blog would quell free speech by raising fears that people posting critical remarks would be …

S-R honored for series on mine, tribe

A two-day Spokesman-Review series of stories and photos about uranium mine radiation and high cancer rates on the Spokane Indian Reservation was the best environmental reporting in a metro Northwest …

Nothing funny – or apocalyptic – about pulling comic strip

A woman walks into a clinic. “Excuse me,” she says. “Is this where I get a sonogram?”

Vestal: Shock seems misplaced over online-comments masquerade

It’s reprehensible, really. Shocking.

Shawn Vestal: Photographer focuses on human impact

Think you’ve had a crazy year? Try Holly Pickett’s nerve-rattling 2011: A bombing in Alexandria, Egypt. Revolution in Tunisia. Revolution in Egypt. A detour to Oman. More revolution in Cairo …

Spokesman-Review wins six regional awards

The Spokesman-Review brought home six awards from the Pacific Northwest Newspaper Association convention in Portland this week.

Newspaper earns honors from SPJ

“Beyond the veil,” The Spokesman-Review’s coverage last summer of the Fairy and Human Relations Congress near Twisp, Wash., took a top award in this year’s Northwest Excellence in Journalism Competition …

Cowles’ drive shaped community

Allison Stacey Cowles, a longtime Spokane civic leader, education activist and matriarch of the family that owns The Spokesman-Review, died Sunday morning at the age of 75. Born Allison Florence …

Allison Cowles dies at 75

Allison Stacey Cowles, a longtime Spokane civic leader, education activist and matriarch of the family that publishes The Spokesman-Review, died early today at the age of 75.

Former S-R security chief pleads guilty to sex crimes

The former security supervisor for The Spokesman-Review pleaded guilty Thursday to three sexual assault charges that could keep him in prison for life.

Doug Clark: Slim paper no sweat to Omdougsm

The city of Spokane is going through the charade of hiring an ombudsman who will pretend to keep an eye on the cops. Fortunately for you readers, The Spokesman- Review …

New size brings content, design changes to S-R

Welcome to the new-look Spokesman-Review. The paper you’re holding is narrower than it used to be. The change is a cost-cutting measure, but we also believe readers will find the …

New format brings additions to TODAY

You’ll see some changes in the Today section starting this week. Beginning today, we’re adding a column to the Monday Families page on C3 about fun activities that parents can …

Best of blogs this afternoon

Hand-picked headlines from blogs today.

S-R ends daily stocks listings

Starting today, The Spokesman-Review no longer publishes a full page of daily stock quotes of companies on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq over-the-counter exchange, as well as …

Newspaper deliveries delayed

Newspaper carriers are still out trying to deliver papers, and The Spokesman-Review’s circulation department asks for patience. “It’s slow going,” said Dan Johnson, director of circulation, who was driving a … New view on news

Today’s launch of the new represents an overhaul of our online technology. Goal No. 1 in the redesign was to make the Web site cleaner and easier to use. …

Entertaining Changes Come To In Life

This week we’re making a few changes in IN Life that will help us better cover arts and entertainment in the region. On Friday, the Weekend section will sport a …

Just A Few Changes

Dave Barry’s on the move and so is the Choices page. Beginning next week, you’ll find Barry’s humor column on Mondays, Choices on Tuesday and The Slice on Friday instead …

Look Again, We’ve Made Some Changes

Today marks the beginning of changes in some of our regular features: The Aces on Bridge column moves from the Classified Ad section into IN Life on page 2.

Five New Strips Join Sunday Comics

Barry Loncke, left, created “Katie’s Wee Do Puzzle” for his own daughter, Katie (center). Photo by San Jose Mercury News

Women And Work, A New Column, Start Today

For all of us, work-related decisions loom large in our lives. For women, they are often particularly complex. Today, we introduce a new IN Life column, Women and Work. It …

Story Subjects, Let’s Talk

Have you been written about in the newspaper in the past two or three years? Did the article (or your photograph) have a positive or negative effect in your life? …

Tell Us All About Your Favorite Spot

For an upcoming special section, The Spokesman-Review is seeking ideas from readers about favorite fair-weather destinations around the Inland Northwest. They can be fancy resorts, or rustic cabins, or fast …