Here are the answers to this week’s newspaper edition of That’s News to You.
1. A. When it opened, Gonzaga College had seven students. Although it was first conceived as a school for Native Americans, all seven were white.
2. C. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg contributed $200,000 to Education Voters of Idaho after talking with Idaho first lady Lori Otter about the campaign last summer.
3. D. The plaque is in Mission Park, where Zehm played as a child. Part of a settlement between the city and the Zehm family after he died as a result of a police confrontation, the plaque was placed in the park Wednesday during a private ceremony.
4. E. Germanton was arrested after she allegedly left her sons, ages 3 and 6, in the rain near a construction site along I-90 near Beck Road, saying she’d run out of gas. She was later arrested in Spokane Valley.
5. D. Redmond was named manager of the Marlins, replacing Ozzie Guillen.
Now that you’ve warmed up your news sense, why not try our online, interactive edition of That’s News to You at spokesman.com/newsquiz? Top entries go into a weekly drawing for a $50 gift card to the Davenport Hotel, and all entries this week go into a drawing for four tickets and a parking pass to the WSU-UCLA football game on Nov. 10.
Last week’s winners are Roy Wickstrom, of Spokane, who won a $50 gift card, and Linda Petersen, of Spokane, who won four tickets to an EWU football game.