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  • Remembering the Snow

    In this Jan. 2008 video, Jim Kershner narrates an historical slideshow about past snowy winters in Spokane.


  • Freezing fog cause widespread power outages

    A dense layer of fog has caused ice to accumulate relentlessly in Lincoln County, weighing down power lines and poles and touching off widespread power outages. The “storm” ended the …


  • Stevens Street Hill a Slip’N Slide

    With a winter snowstorm raging Monday Dec. 29th 2008, Spokane Police had to shut down S. Stevens St. leading up to the South Hill.


  • Digging Out

    Residents of Spokane dig out from under a record 20 inches of snow Thursday.


  • A ground blizzard Thursday creates havoc on the West Plains

    Spokane County Sheriff’s SCOPE volunteer Rex Baldwin discusses the slide-offs on the West Plains. Also, Jeff Culnane describes how a portion of the roof collapsed at Northwest Bedding Inc. at …


  • Spokane tows cars as it plows Brownes Addition

    Spokane Police Officer Jennifer DeRuwe and Community Services Officer Rob Chiappe talk about efforts Tuesday to removed parked cars along streets where city crews are trying to plow compacted snow.


  • Verner press conference

    Mary Verner’s Jan. 31 press conference on snow-removal efforts.


  • Fat Frosty

    Making use of the fresh snow, a family builds their own version of Frosty the Snowman.


  • One big snowball

    Two girls struggle to roll one gigantic snowball.


  • Dealing with the snow

    In a neighborhood on South Hill, residents deal with the accumulating snow.


  • Snowstorm 2008: Cold Reality

    On Monday, Spokane residents faced the cold reality of Sunday’s record snowstorm.


  • Snowstorm 2008: Neighbors helping neighbors

    Spokane residents began digging out from Sunday’s massive snowstorm. All over town it was neighbors helping neighbors— shoveling walks and getting each other’s cars unstuck from the nearly impassable side …


  • Digging out from Snow Storm

    South Hill residents dig out from Wednesday’s record snow storm.


  • Western Washington Storm

    Drenching rain and howling winds that downed trees, cut electricity and caused widespread flooding have left three people dead and closed Interstate 5, the main north-south highway in the Pacific …


  • Stupid Questions 11-30-3

    Do you consider winters here harsh or mild?

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