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Will Spokane become an urban farming city?

At first glance, Cleveland, Portland and Seattle may not have a lot in common. But look deeper.

BRIEF: Violent crimes drop in Spokane

A quarterly review of the city’s key performance indicators, released Monday, shows improvement in outcomes in several priority areas.

BRIEF: Local progressives to hold Activist Night

Are you bothered by patriarchy, racism, classism, homophobia, corporatism and the destruction of our planet?

Family Promise finds low-cost way to serve Spokane homeless

Steve Allen remembers the first time he heard of Family Promise.

BRIEF: Local leaders say they are committed to forming regional criminal justice system

The Spokane Regional Criminal Justice Commission’s “Blueprint for Reform” was presented in a private meeting to Spokane Mayor Condon, County Commissioner Mielke and Spokane City Council President Stuckart earlier this month.

Spokane plans numerous events for Martin Luther King Jr Day

A number of events are planned in Spokane to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year.

Coffee Talk today: The importance, challenges of interfaith work in Spokane

Update: Today almost 50 people attended Coffee Talk. That's our biggest turnout yet! And we raised $183 in donations, sold two t-shirts and one reader committed to making a $30 monthly donation to us.

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