In celebration of our first Pet Issue, check out these previously published animal stories on Inlander.com
By Chey Scott
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, pet issue 2018, pets, animals, Rescue4All, Washington Fish and Wildlife, Taima, Seahawks, Arts & Culture, For Fun!
Show us your cute pets for a chance to be in the Inlander's first Pet Issue!
Tags: For Fun!, Pets Issue, local pets, animals, cats, dogs, photo contest, For Fun!
Meet "Boomer," an African serval living on Washington's Palouse prairie
Tags: Arts & Culture, Culture, Animals, Slideshow
Local wildlife rehabilitation habitat in need of donations
By Franny Wright
Tags: Arts & Culture, Culture, Kiwani Wambli Wildlife Rehabilitation Habitat, animals, Arts & Culture
Meet Woodward, The Inlander newsroom fish
By Leah Sottile
Tags: Arts, fish, woodward the fish, animals, Arts
Rep. Matt Shea’s road rage incident; plus, the FBI’s interest in the Ridpath
By Joe O'Sullivan
Tags: Arts & Culture, shea, comment, two, says, cook, ridpath, one, republican
Do or Die
Independent movie theaters fight to survive amidst changing times
By Jordy Byrd
Tags: Arts & Culture, film, movie, theater, theaters, digital, 35mm, one, roxy
Swaxx brings 7,500 square feet of nightlife to the north end of town
By Inlander Staff
Tags: Arts & Culture, bar, well, swaxx, one, drinks, through, open, just
The Last of the Herd
Idaho's fight over endangered caribou, property rights and the role of federal government.
Tags: News, caribou, idaho, drama!, environment, animals, Video
Defanging the Law
How special interests helped take the bite out of an initiative punishing animal cruelty.
Tags: News, idaho, animals, animal cruelty, politics
Tragedy on the Slopes
Death on the mountain, a booming Internet town and animal welfare.
By Chris Stein, Heidi Groover and Lauren Miller
Tags: News, sports, snow sports, technology, animals, idaho, business
In the Blood
With a lasso and a degree in agribusiness, a new generation of cowboy rises on the West Plains.
By Luke Baumgarten
Tags: Arts & Culture, rural, ranching, animals
PETA makes a splash in downtown Spokane
By Lydia Zuraw
Tags: News, animals, drama!, activism, News
SpokAnimal won't bite on the new SCRAPS facility
By Daniel Walters
Tags: News, County, Animals, News
The city and county take one step toward collaboration - and two steps back.
Tags: News, politics, drama!, spokane county, spokane city hall, waste, animals, election 2011, measure 1
The Butterfly Effect
Reflecting on life, death and Lepidoptera as summer fades.
By Steve Wing
Tags: Arts & Culture, butterflies, pine, were, summer, down, them, one, catch
Think your job is risky? Try dodging bison during mating season.
Tags: Arts & Culture, last word, tribes, kalispel, animals
There are lots of stories of exotic pets gone rogue. This doc focuses on the right one.
Tags: Film, harrison, brumfield, one, animals, elephant, lions, it%uFFFDs, film
The Best and the Worst
We asked 900 lobbyists what they thought of Eastern Washington’s legislators. This is what some of them said.
By Nicholas Deshais
Tags: News, lobbyists, olympia, brown, legislators, one, some, them, lobbyist
A park riles up the Lake City. Plus, animal torture and juvenile sex offenders.
Tags: News, idaho, mceuen park, coeur d'alene, animals, injustice project
Huffing and Puffing
The wolf’s strange journey on and off the endangered species list.
By Kevin Taylor
Tags: News, wolves, environment, animals
What Things Remain
A local artist on little black dresses and how so much of creation is about erosion.
Tags: Arts & Culture, mcwilliams, says, art, things, her, dress, it%uFFFDs, through
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones makes the leap from gratuitous pulp to iconic epic.
Tags: Film, thrones, game, characters, it%uFFFDs, world, king, its, happen
The Koffin Kats are part punk, part rock and part cartoon.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Tags: Music, koffin, kats, upright, victor, part, punk, band, one
'Nine Types of Light,' TV On The Radio
By Mark White
Tags: Music, it%uFFFDs, lennox, away, band, tomboy, pop, album, person
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
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Posted by: Not Staff Is My Really Long Username That Makes Lines Wrap
on Aug 21, 2019
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