The Martian Diet: Comfort food in the summer of our discontent
By Zach Hagadone
The Year that Was... 2007
By Samantha Wohlfeil
On the Street
What's your fondest river memory?
Changes brewing in DC could make it easier for companies to go public and beef up the economy
By Tom Simpson
Readers respond to the immigration debate and Cathy McMorris Rodgers ads
Local dispatchers weigh in on Spokane's attempt to consolidate its emergency dispatch services
By Quinn Welsch
What is your favorite bug or insect?
Idaho's most progressive document may have been created by a bunch of new Democratic leaders
By Mary Lou Reed
A vote for Chelsea is a vote for fashionable summer eyewear, and then some
By Chelsea Martin
The Year That Was... 2006
By Mitch Ryals
Readers respond to "The Case for Bold Moderation" and a story about a racist tirade in Idaho
What's the cheapest date you've ever been on?
Extremism is not a synonym for authenticity
By John T. Reuter
There's no shortage of ways for Brown to challenge McMorris Rodgers' role in the Trump party
By Robert Herold
The Year That Was... 2005
By Wilson Criscione
Readers respond to a badass, bass-playin' mom and a plan to build a second homeless shelter
Seasons of Change: Contemplating the forces of nature
By Inga Laurent
The Year that Was... 2004
By Brooke Carlson
What is your favorite barbecue-related memory?
When push comes to shove, members of Congress should stand by their constituents before their party leaders
By George Nethercutt
Readers respond to a story about Ben Stuckart's urban vision and to Pullman's "pig"
Shared experience can be the most rewarding part of business
Tags: Comment, Comment, Careers
How assaults on journalism are assaults on community
Tags: Comment, Comment, Media
The Year That Was... 2003
25 Years of the Inlander
Tags: Comment, 25 Years Of Inlander
Readers respond to Chelsea Martin's June 28 column, 'Crushin' on Jeff Bezos'
Letters to the Editor
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