Category Archives: News

Glass Gods

Here are photos for The Inlander’s Green Zone from Glass Gods in Spokane Valley, Wash. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/glass-man/Content?oid=4677113

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Owner Tim Bohr uses a lampworking torch to shape an opening on the bottom half of a water pipe to fit a disk with holes in it at Glass Gods in Spokane Valley, Wash., Wednesday, June 21, 2017. The disk will allow for smaller bubbles in the water pipe. (Young Kwak/The Inlander) 

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Owner Tim Bohr uses a lampworking torch and a graphite pad to shape the opening of the bottom half of a water pipe at Glass Gods in Spokane Valley, Wash., Wednesday, June 21, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

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Owner Tim Bohr flares the mouthpiece of a water pipe using a lampworking torch and a graphite rod at Glass Gods in Spokane Valley, Wash., Wednesday, June 21, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

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Owner Tim Bohr uses a lampworking torch to shape an opening on the bottom half of a water pipe to fit a disk with holes in it at Glass Gods in Spokane Valley, Wash., Wednesday, June 21, 2017. The disk will allow for smaller bubbles in the water pipe. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Spokane Valley Police Department

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Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Craig Chamberlin, an assistant public information officer, drives a Spokane Valley Police Department 2013 Ford Police Interceptor for a photograph near the police precinct office on E. Sprague Ave. in Spokane Valley, Wash., Friday, June 30, 2017. The City of Spokane Valley contracts law enforcement services through the sheriff’s office. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Here’s a photo for The Inlander of a Spokane Valley Police Department 2013 Ford Police Interceptor driven by Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Craig Chamberlin for a story about the City of Spokane Valley’s current contract negotiations with the sheriff’s office for law enforcement services. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/power-over-police/Content?oid=4676680

Spokane Tribe Infrastructure Improvements

Here are photos for The Inlander for a story about the Spokane Tribe’s plans to improve infrastructure in the town of Wellpinit, Wash., which includes using renewable energy. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/nation-building/Content?oid=4660112

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Spokane Tribe of Indians Planning Manager Maria Cullooyah speaks in front of solar panels which feed electricity to the early childhood center in Wellpinit, Wash., Thursday, June 22, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

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Spokane Tribe of Indians Chair Carol Evans looks at a photograph of Pauline Stearns, top left, her mother who serve as a tribal council member from 1983-1989, at the tribe’s administration building in Wellpinit, Wash., Thursday, June 22, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

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A Spokane Tribe of Indians senior citizen housing community is photographed in Wellpinit, Wash., Thursday, June 22, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Latah, Washington

Here are a couple of photos for the Inlander from Latah, Wash. for a story about whether the town should stay as it is or become an unincorporated part of Spokane County. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/see-you-latah/Content?oid=4597441

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Penney Tee speaks with Inlander Staff Writer Samantha Wohlfeil, not pictured, next to a wheat field at her house near Latah, Wash., Saturday, June 24, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

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Laurie Leitz, left, and her husband Steve Leitz speak with Inlander Staff Writer Samantha Wohlfeil, not pictured, at their house in Latah, Wash., Saturday, June 24, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Arielle Anderson

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Arielle Anderson poses for a photograph with her 1994 Toyota Pickup in front of her house in Spokane, Wash., Monday, June 5, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Here’s a photo for the Inlander of Arielle Anderson for a story about how it is illegal to park a vehicle on the street in the city of Spokane for 24 continuous hours or more. Anderson was issued a warning in March for having her trucked parked in front of her house too long. Others have received tickets. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/ticketed-at-home/Content?oid=4337675

Suzan Marshall

Suzan Marshall

Suzan Marshall poses for a photograph above the Spokane River on the Centennial Trail in the Kendall Yards neighborhood of Spokane, Wash., Friday, June 2, 2017. The body of her husband John Marshall was recovered in the river on Jan. 26, 2016, a day after he went missing after going for a run from the nearby YMCA. Marshall was the chief surgeon at the Mann-Grandstaff Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The medical examiner has determined the cause of death to be drowning, an accident, but Suzan Marshall believes it may have been a homicide. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

In this photo for the Inlander’s story about controversial decisions made by Spokane County medical examiners, Suzan Marshall poses for a photograph above the Spokane River on the Centennial Trail in the Kendall Yards neighborhood of Spokane, Wash. The body of her husband John Marshall was recovered in the river on Jan. 26, 2016, a day after he went missing after going for a run from the nearby YMCA. Marshall was the chief surgeon at the Mann-Grandstaff Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The medical examiner has determined the cause of death to be drowning, an accident, but Suzan Marshall believes it may have been a homicide. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/the-dead-dont-liethe-dead-dont-lie/Content?oid=4337669

The Community School

Here are photos for the Inlander from The Community School in Spokane, Wash. for a story about project-based learning. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/a-different-way/Content?oid=4207902

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17 year old junior Dean Strouse speaks about her UV art piece depicting the reaction of luminol, hydrogen peroxide and blood for last semester’s “Art Romance & Molecular Dances” project at The Community School, a project based school, in Spokane, Wash., Friday, May 19, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

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17 year old junior Emma Linklater edits a video in Moviemaker on a PC for a “Food for Thought” project at The Community School, a project based school, in Spokane, Wash., Friday, May 19, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)