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Man stabbed on West Boone

spokesman.com — A man was stabbed by a family member in the 1300 block of West Boone Avenue Wednesday afternoon, according to the Spokane Police Department. The victim was taken to a local hospital with life threatening wounds, said police spokeswoman Monique Cotton. A male relative was arrested for the assault.

It's really official: Fairchild not getting first new tankers

spokesman.com — Anyone holding out hope that the first cohort of new air-refueling tankers would be located at Fairchild Air Force Base can give it up. Pegasus won’t be landing on the West Plains any time soon. The Air Force confirmed Wednesday the first new KC-46As will go into regular service at ...
RT @jcamden: Spin Control: Fairchild's last chance to get first new tankers is gone. Really. But at least KC46 has a cool name owl.li/w62vf

Boy recovered in police raid was threatened with a chain saw

spokesman.com — A 12-year-old boy found Tuesday in a Spokane Valley home raided by police reportedly had been hit, shoved, made to pick up dog feces with his bare hands for hours and threatened with a running chain saw. According to court documents, Robert D.
Boy recovered in police raid was threatened with a chain saw spokesman.com/stories/2014/a… via @spokesmanreview

Cancer Center Reports Boiler Fire

spokesman.com — The medical building housing Kootenai Cancer Center was briefly evacuated this afternoon when flames broke out during maintenance on a boiler. A build up of natural gas caused the small fire, which singed the hair of the maintenance technician, said Becky Orchard, a Kootenai Health spokeswoman. He was evaluated at ...
Boiler worker at CdA Cancer Center suffers singed hair in small fire that evacuates building: spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2014… #cdaid

Cancer center briefly evacuated this afternoon

spokesman.com — The medical building housing Kootenai Cancer Center was briefly evacuated this afternoon when flames broke out during maintenance on a boiler. A build up of natural gas caused the small fire, which singed the hair of the maintenance technician, said Becky Orchard, a Kootenai Health spokeswoman.
Cancer center briefly evacuated this afternoon spokesman.com/stories/2014/a… via @spokesmanreview

Daniel Arteaga murder trial begins this week

spokesman.com — A murder trial begins this week for a former Spokane Valley scuba instructor accused of shooting dead a woman with whom he was having an affair. Daniel Arteaga, 42, has been in the Spokane County Jail since August 2012, facing a first-degree murder charge in the New Year's Day 2012 death of Kimberly Schmidt.
RT @kiphillreporter: Here's what we last wrote on the case. Trial has lasted about a week. spokesman.com/stories/2014/a…

Cast master Rajeff, films featured at Sandpoint fly fishing festival

spokesman.com — FISHING - Fly casting champion Tim Rajeff is coming to North Idaho this weekend and he's only part of the celebrity action during the two-day Sandpoint Fly Fishing Film Festival. The event features the eight films edited into the Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) to be shown at the Panida Theater on Friday night followed by the four films in the Internatonal Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4) on Saturday night.
Cast master Rajeff, films featured at Sandpoint fly fishing festival spokesman.com/blogs/outdoors…

A public records request about a public records order...

spokesman.com — Gov. Butch Otter seemed a bit surprised this morning that he’d already received a public records request for documents related to his move to create a public records ombudsman position in his office. “Did you hear about that?” he asked reporters before his press conference, referring to the request from ...
Eye on Boise: A public records request about a public records order... goo.gl/uCJvml #idpol

Huckleberries Online

spokesman.com — 2:49 p.m. Responder reports small ceiling collapse from boiler explosion at Cancer Center, didn't damage sprinklers. 2:41 p.m. Responder reports one possible injury from boiler explosion, smoke in building, owned by Ironwood Properties. 2:34 p.m. Small boiler explosion reported inside east end of Cancer Center, on Ironwood Drive/CdA. 1:47 p.m.
Scanner Traffic @HucksOnline Small boiler explosion at CdA cancer center causes slight damage, maybe 1 injury: spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2014…

Dems Want Brannon To Apologize

spokesman.com — Local Democrats are calling on the Kootenai County clerk to apologize publicly for what they believe was a mishandling of the candidate filings for the upcoming May primary. In a letter addressed to Clerk Jim Brannon, Kootenai County Democratic Central Committee Chairman Paula Neils, pictured, questions why Brannon would change ...
Kootenai Co Democrats call on county clerk to apologize for changing procedure for filing w/o notice: spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2014… @IdahoDems

Huckleberries Online

spokesman.com — Sherri Ybarra is principal at West Elementary School at Mountain Home. She's one of four relatively unknown candidates seeking the GOP nomination for state schools chief. And she has a problem. Ybarra didn't vote on the Luna Laws two years ago. How can someone who wants to lead Idaho schools ...
Edit @LewistonTribune questions why candidate is running for superintendent when she didn't vote on Luna Laws: spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2014…

Risch, Cantwell To Tour Hayden Biz

spokesman.com — U.S. Senator Jim Risch will welcome U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) to North Idaho at 2 p.m. Friday to tour Bullet Tools, 3390 W. Hayden Ave., Hayden. Cantwell is the top Democrat on the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship and Risch serves as the top Republican. Following the ...
U.S. Sens. Jim Risch & Maria Cantwell will tour business in Hayden, Idaho, Friday: spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2014…

Huckleberries Online

spokesman.com — Tuesday Poll: A plurality of Hucks Nation sez the individuals who have flocked to Nevada to support rancher Cliven Bundy's stand against the federal government are "misguided at best." 111 of 259 respondents (42.86%) took that position. Another 52 of 259 (20.08%) said they were "criminals." 45 of 259 (17.37%) ...
Today's Poll @HucksOnline Did Clerk Jim Brannon err bad by changing policy to require candidates to file in person? spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2014…
Poll @HucksOnline sez supporters who flocked to Nevada to back rancher #ClivenBundy are "at best, misguided": spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2014…

Letter: Boot Vagrants From Downtown

spokesman.com — Something must be done about the roaming vagrants in this area who hang out in the Coeur d’Alene library, Fresh Start and up and down Sherman Avenue from The Coeur d’Alene Resort down to the Conoco gas station. They are mentally unstable, dirty and drunk and are scaring our guests.

New Women's Business Center opens in East Central Community Center

spokesman.com — Today's metro section had a business story on the new Women's Business Center being run by SNAP at the East Central Community Center, 500 S. Stone. Here's a part of it: Heather Riviere is a month away from starting her first real business, a mobile food truck serving crepes at ...
Spokane's Laurie Roth is manager of new Women's Business Center @East Central Community Center ow.ly/w5zGv ow.ly/i/5l2JP
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