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Life without arena football: Faithful fans root for return of high-flying sport to Spokane

The season is winding down in arena football leagues across the country but not in Spokane. The franchise – known as the Shock for the first 10 seasons in arenafootball2 and the Arena Football League and the Empire for two seasons in the Indoor Football League – shuttered last July for financial reasons. The organization’s 12-year run was long by most arena franchise standards, but not long enough for its diehard fans.

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  1. Front & Center: Small-scale campers with a down-to-earth vision …
  2. Nothing half-hearted about Coeur d’Alene half Ironman 70.3 …
  3. Woman fights off late-night attacker near TJ Meenach Bridge …
  4. Hogwash Whiskey Den loses $10,000 worth of scotch in flood …

Yesterday's most read

  1. Front & Center: Small-scale campers with a down-to-earth vision …
  2. New development – and more traffic – coming to Indian Trail neighborhood …
  3. Dead at 47, legendary skate park designer Mark Hubbard left his mark in Spokane and around the world …
  4. Hogwash Whiskey Den loses $10,000 worth of scotch in flood …
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