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Spokane CountyMarriage licenses Makenzie R. Simpson and Jeremy J. Ranger, both of Missoula. Sara C. Melhus and John J. Finnerty, both of Spokane. Morgan E. Hendricks and Alexander D. Furois, both of Spokane Valley. Craig D. Austin and Ashley A. ...

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Six WSU football players persons of interest in weekend assault 

Six Washington State football players are persons of interest after a weekend brawl that left two students hospitalized and more with minor injuries. Pullman police commander Chris Tennant said the police have confirmed WSU football players were present at the party but expects a lengthy investigation to determine their level of involvement.

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Motorcyclist killed in crash in northeast Spokane

A motorcyclist was killed Sunday night in a crash in northeast Spokane. The motorcyclist rear-ended a minivan in left northbound lane of Nevada Street just after 11 p.m. when the minivan stopped to turn left on Broad Avenue, Spokane police said in a news release.

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Extra CreditSpokane graduation rates increase slightly

Spokane Public Schools on-time graduation rate increased slightly in 2015, up to 84.5 percent. However, the districts on-time graduation rate for Black/African American students dropped to 77.8 percent. In 2014 ...



Photo blogCatching up with Then and Now

In the July 18 column about the Washington Cracker Co. building on E. Pacific Ave., it was mentioned that the cookie and cracker company used the swastika as a its ...




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