Bohemian Rhapsody wins big at Golden Globes, millennials are burned out, and other headlines

ON INLANDER.COM

NEWS: A victim of an alleged Idaho hate crime says the verdict — that the man was not guilty of a hate crime — sends the wrong message.

NEWS: After a New York Times and ProPublica investigation into how the Wolf Point School District in Montana discriminates against Native American students, the education department has agreed to look into the matter. (New York Times)


IN OTHER NEWS...

Remember to read this
Why do small things on your to-do list never get done? This Buzzfeed piece exploring millennials and the "burnout generation" may give you some answers.

Paid vacation
The Mead High School teacher charged with a felony for having a relationship with a high school student remains on the district's payroll during the investigation. (Spokesman-Review)

Dangerous supervision
The Spokesman-Review dives into the death of a man who had stopped using heroin before going to Grant County Jail, but then overdosed once he was there. (Spokesman-Review)


A star has lost
The Golden Globes awarded best motion picture and drama to Bohemian Rhapsody, but A Star Is Born was shut out of the ceremony. (Washington Post

Dirty tricks

Progressives in Alabama faked a Facebook page to make it look like supporters of Republican Roy Moore wanted to ban alcohol entirely. (New York Times

Into the Arctic @ Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

Tuesdays-Sundays. Continues through May 12
  • or