September 17, 2014
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Untreated sewage and storm water flow into the Spokane River under the Monroe Street Bridge on Dec. 15. The city has about 30 pipes that release sewage into the river during rain or snowmelt.
Dec. 26, 2010 in City on Page A1
When it rains in Spokane, it pours sewage into the Spokane River. Faced with a 2017 deadline to stop discharging millions of gallons of raw sewage annually into the Spokane …
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