Here are the answers to this week’s newspaper quiz:
1. C. Over four decades, Russ Nobbs built Rings & Things into a business with annual sales approaching $10 million. Nobbs died June 27.
2. C. The Hoopfest men’s elite championship was won by Roots Basketball, a team made up mostly of former Northern Arizona University players.
3 A. Kootenai County Sheriff Ben Wolfinger denied a water event permit for the race because Diamond Cup organizers had failed to meet a list of requirements for the event by July 1.
4. E. All fireworks are banned in Spokane and many surrounding towns.
5. D. Greg Newell purchased the Masonic Center in part so he could debut his company’s robotic parking system.
On the Web: Try your hand at our interactive quiz at www.spokesman.com/newsquiz, where all entrants are eligible to win movie tickets and our overall champ wins a $50 gift card to the Davenport Hotel.
Last week’s winners are Larry Medin, of Spokane, who won the $50 gift card, and Linda Petersen, of Spokane, who won the movie tickets.
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