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  • Spokane Welcomes Home the Chiefs

    More than 3,000 Chiefs fans flooded Spokane Arena on Monday to welcome home the Memorial Cup champions.


  • WSU fans at the NCAA tourney

    Cougars fans traveled from near and far to see their team in the NCAA tournament in Denver.


  • WSU fans at Staples Center

    Cougars fans talk about watching their team play at Staples Center for the Pac-10 tournament on March 13, 2008.


  • WSU fans watch game at Beasley

    With about 6,000 seats at the Kennel taken up by Gonzaga fans in Spokane, WSU fans in Pullman found a way to watch the teams compete - on a giant …


  • GU students camp out for WSU game

    Several dozen die-hard Gonzaga fans started camping in front of McCarthey Athletic Center more than a week before the Bulldogs’ basketball game versus Washington State on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007. …


  • Fans lining up before game

    The Spokesman-Review talked to fans waiting to get into Sunday’s WSU basketball exhibition game against Lewis-Clark State College. (Nov. 4, 2007)


  • WSU-Idaho football rivalry

    Fans of Washington State University and the University of Idaho talk about their schools’ friendly rivalry before Saturday’s game in Pullman.


  • Harry Potter in Spokane

    Harry Potter and his friends turned up in Spokane last night. Check out their greeting.


  • Fans

    The Spokane Indians have lead the league in attendance for seven straight years.


  • Star Wars stamp release

    Star Wars and stamp fan Dennis Dickens buys specially designed envelopes (also known as cachets) at Spokane’s Rosewood Post Office to celebrate the debut of 15 new Star Wars stamps.


  • Muggle Mania

    I went to the pre-release party for “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” at Auntie’s Bookstore to shoot a still photo for page one of the newspaper. After seeing the …

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