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 By Jerry Jones    Editorial    June 20, 2019

Body camera dispute at Spokane raises questions

A lead story in the Spokesman Review June 1 projected a different view of where police body camera footage can be seen. The report included a photo of the kind of camera Spokane Police wear when they go on duty. The story involved body camera...

 
 By Bob Franken    Opinion    June 20, 2019

The Game Show

Let's play "Jeopardy," where the answers are questions. If Alex Trebek were to ask contestants to specify "A glaring contrast between Queen Elizabeth II and President Donald Trump," the correct response would be "What are class and crass?" Of...

 
 By Rich Lowry    Opinion    June 20, 2019

CEOS for Abortion

Clarity of thought and expression about moral issues is not a core competency of CEOs. If anyone had any doubt, look no further than the "historic" pro-abortion statement by nearly 200 CEOs that ran in a full-page ad in The New York Times. It is a...

 

Pet Peeves And Okeydokes: June 20, 2019

YYYY David Nails, who voted no to spend more taxpayer-funded money for the Colfax School District. #!*! Where were the flags on Flag Day?...

 

On The Record: June 20, 2019

MARRIAGE LICENSES James Michael Murphy, 35, and Brittany Nicole Eshelman, 32, both Pullman, June 10. Ronald Allen Rockness, 57, and Barbara Towse McKinney, 54, both Rosalia, June 10. Matthew Christopher Klug, 30, and Courtney Reva Annmarie Pace, 23,...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    June 20, 2019

LaCrosse gold grads set for reunion

Denise Kendall, Tacoma, spent the weekend helping prepare for the 50th year reunion of the LaCrosse class of 1969. They gathered at the home of Doreen and Tom Riedner, where the reunion will be next weekend. They prepared the shop for the reunion to...

 

Fifty CHS grads of '69 attend 50th reunion

The 50th Reunion of the Colfax High School Class of 1969 started with events at Colfax's First Thursday Golf, BBQ luncheon at the Colfax Golf Club, and karaoke at The Eagles concluded activities...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    June 20, 2019

Endicott prepares for 4th of July festivities

Endicott Parks and Recreation and the Endicott Community Club are busy working on the July 4th celebration. The event will start at 5 p.m. July 4. There will be food, a children’s parade, games, a dunk tank, pie booth, ice cream social and...

 
 By Garth Meyer    People    June 20, 2019
Shane Monroy Sander Carren

Thrills and spills at the Slippery Gulch egg toss

Sander Carren and Shane Monroy took the Tekoa Slippery Gulch egg toss Saturday, June 15, winning $50 each. Monroy, 35, won one other time just after high school, an event which he's participated in...

 

Presto the Magician books 4 library stops

As a part of the 2019 Summer Reading Program, the Friends of Neill Public Library invite the public to enjoy an incredible performance by Presto the Magician of Portland, Ore. Presto will entertain Tuesday, June 25, at 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the...

 

Mobius shows at Uniontown

Mobius Science Center of Spokane will visit Uniontown with a planetarium show as part of this year’s library summer reading program Friday, June 21, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Uniontown’s Community Building. Families may meet at the Uniontown...

 

Rosalia news

Rosalia residents with news can submit it to Mike Day at 813 South Whitman Street, Rosalia, 99170 or call (509) 523-3848....

 

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