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Book ‘em Davo

Spokane Mayor David Condon fired the first shots today on the Spokane Police Academy's new rifle range.

The new range, described as a first-class facility, was built primarily with free student labor as part of a carpentry apprenticeship program, the police department said. The police academy serves as a regional training site for more than 40 local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as U.S. military active duty, reservists and ROTC cadets.

Condon, a U.S. Army veteran, was on hand as part of an official dedication ceremony.


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