December 2, 2004 in Sports

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The Spokesman-Review
 

Ohioans allege vote fraud, will demand recount/A3

PETA claims cruelty at kosher slaughterhouse/A6

Court ponders IRAs’ bankruptcy shield/A8

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Brokaw’s farewell

Departing “NBC Nightly News” anchor Tom Brokaw ends his 21-year run by telling viewers that his only objective had been “to get it right.”

Early surgery

A skull fragment found in a 400-year-old trash pit at Jamestown contains evidence of the earliest known surgery – and autopsy – in the English colonies in America.

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Development plan

A Spokane Valley dentist has plans to develop 63,000 feet of downtown Spokane property. He wants to construct a 12-story structure that would include 2,000 parking spaces, retail space and more.

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In mourning

An apparent murder-suicide – which left an 8-year-old girl without parents and a 9-year-old boy without a mother – has enraged and puzzled those who knew the Spokane Valley couple.

Not so saintly

When it comes to sulfur dioxide pollution, Mount St. Helens is worse than all the state’s industries combined.


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