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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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Eagles Soar

Legendary American rock group The Eagles return to Spokane for the first time since 2002 to perform 27 songs for their "History of the Eagles" tour, May 29, 2015, in the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. The group has sold over 120 million albums, with 5 #1 U.S. singles and six Grammy Awards.

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Chambers Bay Golf Course

The playing of the 115th U.S. Open will be held at scenic Chambers Bay on June 18-21. The U.S. Open is going where it has never gone before – the Pacific Northwest on a links-style course. The major championship’s typical tree-lined, tight fairways and ankle-deep rough will give way to Chambers Bay’s generous fairways that can shrink in size due to endless humps and bumps and knobs and knolls.

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Spokane and East Valley teacher strike

Spokane and East Valley teachers began their one-day walkout Wednesday morning to protest the Washington Legislature’s failure to meet a state Supreme Court demand to increase school funding.

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In The Line Of Duty

Spokane Firefighters Memorial Project, led by Lt. Gregory Borg, dedicates the last of 17 plaques honoring Spokane Firefighters, May 25, 2015, that have died in the line of duty. Captain George Chapman, who died on May 25,1894, received his plaque on the corner of Main and Division.

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