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    Luna-Cronin exchange-1

    An exchange between Idaho Schools Superintendent Tom Luna and state Rep. Brian Cronin, D-Boise, after the City Club forum in Boise on Oct. 2, 2012. Cronin accuses Luna of calling …

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    George Maupin

    George Maupin of KHQ encourages people to not be afraid to take a job they are overqualified for in these tough economic times. He did it once and it paid …

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    Greg Newell talks about the Masonic Temple

    New owner Greg Newell talks about the appeal of Spokane’s Masonic Temple building, which he and other investors purchased for $1.1 million. Newell wants to transform the building into a …

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    Edgar Steele’s call to his wife

    Recording of a call Edgar Steele placed to his wife, Cyndi Steele, while he was being held at the Kootenai County Jail on June 13, 2010. The recording was played … 2

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    Officer Amy Ross / 911 call

    Off-duty Spokane police Officer Amy Ross’ 911 call Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, after a knife attack on her fiance, Sgt. Brad Thoma.

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    Bishop Blase Cupich

    Bishop Blase Cupich, who was named the new bishop of the Diocese of Spokane, vows to meet with victims of priest sex abuse in this audio clip taken from his …

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    Gene Littell on daughter’s death

    Gene Littell, father of Susette G. Werner, who was dragged to death early Sunday, Feb. 8, 2009, talks about forgiving his daughter’s killer, who remains at large.

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    Press conference at fatal fire

    Assistant Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer discusses the circumstances of a fire that claimed a woman’s life early Tuesday morning, Oct. 28, at 1227 E. Longfellow Ave., in Spokane.

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    Edgar Steele’s call to his son

    Recording of a phone call Edgar Steele made to his son, Rex Steele, while being held at the Kootenai County Jail on June 13, 2010.

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    Paul Bos / Jan. 5 forecast

    National Weather Service meteorologist Paul Bos talks about continued snow Monday, Jan. 5, 2008, moving into warmer temperatures and a risk of flooding later in the week.

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    The Slice: Marmot line in Polish

    A Slice reader responds to Paul Turner’s invitation to translate three phrases into Polish: 1. “Hey, some marmot must have chewed up all of my car’s engine hoses!” 2. “That …

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    Slice readers sing “Ode to Billie Joe”

    Recently, columnist Paul Turner asked readers of the Slice to leave a bit of singing on his voicemail if they recognized a reference to “the third of June” and “Billie … 3

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    Beck Taylor

    Beck Taylor, the new president of Whitworth University, describes why he was so attracted to the job.

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    Mark Richard announces he won’t seek 3rd term

    Spokane County Commissioner Mark Richard announced Tuesday, April 17, 2012 that he will not seek a third term in office.

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    WSP Trooper Joe Liebrecht / Roads

    WSP Trooper Joe Liebrecht gives road conditions and two Lincoln County Road closures Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2008.

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    An excerpt from a Spokesman-Review interview with Robin Williams on Jan. 8, 2013.

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    Wise Words with Maggie Miller-Stout

    Maggie Miller-Stout, superintendent of Airway Heights Corrections Center, talks here about how the recession, and slow economic recovery, has ramifications for people coming out of prison.

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    Thom Caraway’s poem, “Bridge”

    Poet Laureate Thom Caraway reads recent poem, “Bridge.”

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    Lori Musgrave, farmers market 01

    Lori Musgrave, who oversees the Wayside Community Center in Colbert, talks May 21, 2009, about the inspiration for starting the Thursday farmers market there.

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    Ketchup popular before french fries, hamburgers

    Andrew F. Smith, who wrote “Pure Ketchup: The History of America’s National Condiment,” talks about the functionality of ketchup in the late 1800s and early 1900s before hamburgers, hotdogs and …