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  • Readers fondly remember Fab Four’s ‘Sullivan Show’ debut

    At 8, Terry Yeager caught Beatles fever and 50 years later it’s still surging through his blood. Yeager was one of 73 million Americans who watched the Fab Four’s historic, …

  • Doug Clark: Cheering at Mississippi school added to JFK assassination horror

    I wasn’t surprised by the many responses I received following my Tuesday column on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, which hits the half-century mark on Friday. If there’s …

  • 50 years of concrete

    Some of the largest structures in the Inland Northwest were built with products from a Spokane Valley company that is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Last week, the company …

  • Expected Highlights

    Here, based on interviews with diplomats and U.N. watchers, is a quick summary of some expected highlights: President Clinton, the first speaker to the United Nations this morning, will hold …

  • U.S. Vets Retake Riva Ridge

    Struggling through rain and wind, five U.S. veterans of World War II scaled an Apennine ridge Saturday to reenact their conquest of the mountain 50 years ago in a campaign …

  • Most Retailers and Public Services Close Monday

    Most Spokane retail business and public service operations will be at a standstill Monday as the city mourns the death of President John F Kennedy.

  • Kennedy Ceremonies Announced

    Thousands of Spokane and Inland Empire citizens will pay homage to the late president John F. Kennedy in numerous ceremonies scheduled today and Monday.

  • City Expresses ‘Profound Shock’

    The assassination of President Kennedy brought deep shock and grief to people of Spokane Friday. Businessmen, secretaries, shoppers, students – people from all walks of life express sorrow and amazement.

  • News Hits “Like Bomb”

    News of the fatal shooting of President John F. Kennedy struck Spokane like a bomb today. Word of the tragedy spread like wildfire by word of mouth through downtown offices …

  • Noise, Laughter Disappear From Halls of Schools Here

    Students in Spokane area public and private schools were shocked into silence today at the news of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

  • Spokane Is Shocked by President’s Death

    The President’s assassination today brought to a hushed, shocked, unbelieving halt the normal flow of life in Spokane. Schools, stores, public offices – everywhere regular activity was suspended. Strangers became …



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