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Then and Now

Ever wonder what Spokane looked like 100 years ago? Our Then and Now feature takes you back in time with historical photographs matched up with their modern counterparts.

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Apple Cup 2015

No. 20 Washington State University faces off against the University of Washington in Apple Cup 2015 in Seattle, Wash., Friday, Nov. 27, 2015.

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Windstorm survival

With tens of thousands of households without power heading into another straight night, the struggle to stay warm intensified.

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Windstorm aftermath

Spokesman-Review photographers are fanning out across the region to document the record-setting windstorm that killed two Tuesday and left thousands without power.

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High winds hit Inland Northwest

The National Weather Service has posted high wind warnings for the region with gusts of 70 mph possible in lower elevations and stronger gusts in the mountains. The area from Ritzville to Spokane appears to be in the bullseye of the wind storm with gusts up to 68 mph possible. Coeur d’Alene is forecasted to see 55 mph gusts.

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Knockout Blow

On Tuesday, Nov. 17, ferocious winds blowing at near-hurricane levels tore into Spokane, slamming 100-year-old trees to the ground, flattening power lines, injuring many and killing two people. The wind stretched Spokane’s citizens and infrastructure to a breaking point.

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Zach Trujillo battles the high winds as he catches a bus, Nov. 17, 2015, at the STA Plaza in downtown Spokane, Wash. (Dan Pelle)
Dan Pelle The Spokesman-Review

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