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TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2016

Firemen haul mannequins from a display window at Savon's Store, W801 Riverside, which was destroyed by fire December 19, 1957.  (Photo Archive / The Spokesman Review)

S-R Archive find of the day: Dec. 19, 1957

S-R Archive find of the day: In this Dec. 19, 1957, photo, firemen haul mannequins from a display window at Savon's Store, 801 W. Riverside Ave., which was destroyed by fire. Heavy smoke and heat from the fiercely burning blaze made firefighters' jobs tougher than...

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MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2016

Canada's Eric Radford and Meagan Duhamel with Team North America, perform a throw during their 2016 Team Challenge Cup's pairs free skate program, April 23, 2016, at the Spokane Arena in Spokane, Wash. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman Review)

2016 KOSÉ Team Challenge

Did you attend the 2016 KOSÉ Team Challenge? Before the start of the event, Dan Pelle covered the U.S. figure skaters' visit to Sacred Heart Children's Hospital. Colin Mulvany covered the first day of the Team Challenge. Jesse Tinsley jumped in to help on Saturday...

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June 27, 1936. The ladies of the sky, women air pilots, roared into Spokane from all points of the compass to take part in Spokane's first women's air meet at Felts Field. Pictured are four pilots, each of whom was a skilled navigator with her own plane. From left to right: Mrs. C.L. Smith, wife of Seattle's former mayor; Miss Dorothy Sartori, Spokane; Mrs. Dora D. Skinner, Yakima, and Mrs. Eric Anderson, Missoula. Photo archive/The Spokesman-Review

S-R Archive find of the day

In this June 27, 1936, photo, the ladies of the sky, women air pilots, roared into Spokane from all points of the compass to take part in Spokane's first women's air meet at Felts Field. Pictured are four pilots, each of whom was a skilled...

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The visitors center at the Manhattan Project Historical Park includes photos and displays telling of life before the nuclear reservation was created.  (Jesse Tinsley)

Remembering Hanford

The expansive nuclear reservation in Eastern Washington, where the federal government created radioactive material for the nuclear bomb at Nagasaki and for nuclear arms during the cold war, is now a national park.

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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 2016

SUNDAY, JAN. 17, 2016

From the time Francis H. Cook constructed the first road up Mount Spokane, wintertime travel has often proved dicey. (File photo, The Spokesman-Review archive)

Linder's Lodge 

Since all before World War II, skiers have trekked to the top of Mount Spokane to carve runs in the snow. John Linder and his family created a respite stop for mountain travelers.

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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 2016

THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 2015

FRIDAY, DEC. 4, 2015

Newspapers often carried Christmas-themed features.

Christmas in early Spokane

The place of Christmas in Spokane's winter celebrations was never questioned in the city's early history and newspapers, who never missed a chance to spread the Christmas spirit, published a variety of feel-good features and stories related to the holiday.

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