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  • Snow rules will be considered

    That guy who pushed all the snow from his driveway into the street could have to pay for blocking your morning commute. The Spokane City Council on Monday will consider …


  • City battles slush, standing water

    The City of Spokane is battling the slush and standing water that has made for sloppy streets tonight and into tomorrow.


  • Vestal: No wonder if thankless job leaves them cold

    It’s 6 o’clock on Wednesday night, and it’s dumping snow. If you’re smart, you’re getting off the roads about now. But the crew inside the small shop in Spokane Valley …


  • Extreme November weather has historic company

    Getting There today is devoted to not getting there. The last two weeks have been among the worst that winter has thrown at the Inland Northwest in the past century, …


  • City expects to finish snowplowing today

    With no significant snowfall in the immediate forecast, Spokane city officials predicted Saturday that plowing of city streets would be completed today.


  • Melt, anticipated freeze give urgency to removal

    Cold weather forecast for this weekend is threatening to turn Thursday’s thick, heavy mess of melting snow into rugged ridges of ice. Road crews in the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene …


  • Snowplow drivers weary after slew of 12-hour days

    For 18 days, many city and county plow drivers have worked 12-hour shifts without a day’s break. Street officials hope that a warming trend expected this week will allow them …

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