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Colin Mulvany

Colin Mulvany shoots photos and produces multimedia for The Spokesman-Review and spokesman.com

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Sarah Seeberger, 15, with Inland Northwest Ballet, dances for shoppers at RiverPark Square, Sat. Nov. 22, 2014. Seeberger and other dancers from local ballet studios where performing to promote the upcoming production of "The Nutcracker"  Dec 4-7 at the Martin Woodson Theater at the Fox. COLIN MULVANY colinm@spokesman.com (Colin Mulvany)
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Sarah Seeberger, 15, with Inland Northwest Ballet, dances for shoppers at RiverPark Square, Sat. Nov. 22, 2014. Seeberger and other dancers from local ballet studios where performing to promote the upcoming production of "The Nutcracker" Dec 4-7 at the Martin Woodson Theater at the Fox. COLIN MULVANY colinm@spokesman.com

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Glen Douglas, a veteran of WWII, Korean, and  Vietnam Wars will be in attendance at the dedication of the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. Saturday May 29, 2004 He plans to visit the other war memorials and plans to confront his past and "pick up the pieces" of his life which he left on the battlefields of Europe and Asia.  Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review (Colin Mulvany / COLIN MULVANY/THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW)
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Glen Douglas, a veteran of WWII, Korean, and Vietnam Wars will be in attendance at the dedication of the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. Saturday May 29, 2004 He plans to visit the other war memorials and plans to confront his past and "pick up the pieces" of his life which he left on the battlefields of Europe and Asia. Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review

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Wendy Cederblom, lead zookeeper at Cat Tales Zoological Park, pets a 700-pound lion named Zamba whom she has cared for over 10-years.  Zamba had a root canal performed by a local endodontist Dr. Rod Tataryn last March. The big cat, a former Hollywood star, is feeling much better these days. COLIN MULVANY colinm@spokesman (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
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Wendy Cederblom, lead zookeeper at Cat Tales Zoological Park, pets a 700-pound lion named Zamba whom she has cared for over 10-years. Zamba had a root canal performed by a local endodontist Dr. Rod Tataryn last March. The big cat, a former Hollywood star, is feeling much better these days. COLIN MULVANY colinm@spokesman


Jan. 1989 photo.  Gov. Booth Gardner cuts the ribbon formally dedicating the new Ag Trade Center, adjacent to the Convention Center. Rev. Bernard J. Coughlin looks on.  Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review

Jan. 1989 photo. Gov. Booth Gardner cuts the ribbon formally dedicating the new Ag Trade Center, adjacent to the Convention Center. Rev. Bernard J. Coughlin looks on. Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Dressed as fairies, Fiona Willow, 6, and Savannah Hensley-Kellow attend the 2009 Annual Fairy and Human Relations Congress June 26th in North Central Washington. The purpose of the congress is to encourage communication and cooperation of the fairy realm. COLIN MULVANY colinm@spokesman.com (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
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Dressed as fairies, Fiona Willow, 6, and Savannah Hensley-Kellow attend the 2009 Annual Fairy and Human Relations Congress June 26th in North Central Washington. The purpose of the congress is to encourage communication and cooperation of the fairy realm. COLIN MULVANY colinm@spokesman.com


A pedestrian makes her way through heavy snow on Post Street in downtown Spokane Wednesday afternoon. The snowstorm, coupled with extreme icy conditions, triggered numerous traffic accidents throughout the region. The forecast calls for another 1 to 2 inches of snow on Thursday. COLIN MULVANY The Spokesman-Review (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
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A pedestrian makes her way through heavy snow on Post Street in downtown Spokane Wednesday afternoon. The snowstorm, coupled with extreme icy conditions, triggered numerous traffic accidents throughout the region. The forecast calls for another 1 to 2 inches of snow on Thursday. COLIN MULVANY The Spokesman-Review


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