Here are the answers to this week’s newspaper edition of That’s News to You.
1. E. The two troopers were transferred from a sex crimes unit to patrol duty, but the Washington State Patrol says that’s not a punishment. The state pays the settlement.
2. C. In a survey of some 15,000 high school students by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 58 percent of seniors said they have texted or emailed while driving.
3. D. Dawson was the host of “Family Feud” from 1976 to 1985.
4. D. Local Republicans claimed Roskelley was improperly claiming residence in the district at an address where his house isn’t yet built. A visiting elections official ruled that the motor home Roskelley recently parked on the property means he’s a current resident of the property and his registration is valid. He previously served two terms, but there are no term limits for that office.
5. B. The new WPSL team is the Shine.
On the Web: Now that you’ve had some practice, check out the online version of That’s News to You at spokesman.com/newsquiz, where you could win a $50 gift card to the Davenport Hotel or free movie tickets.
Last week’s winners are Tamara Mohr, of Spokane, who won the Davenport gift card, and Kevin Hee, of Spokane, and Jim Markley, of Coeur d’Alene, who each won a pair of tickets to the Spokane Shock game.