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    Cyclocross racing in Sandpoint

    Cyclocross, a lesser-know style of bike racing, attracts cyclists who like to push themselves and their bikes to the limit, through rain, snow and mud. On Sunday, November 17, 2013, …

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    Polar Bear Plunge 2013

    This is an aerial view, courtesy of a radio-controlled helicopter and tiny camera, of the annual Polar Bear Plunge which takes place on Sanders Beach on Lake Coeur d’Alene every …

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    Bubble Ball at the HUB

    The HUB Sports Center hosted a Bubble Ball Jam event, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, where people, encased in a blow- up clear plastic bubble, played a game of soccer while …

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    Vigil for teen crash victim

    About 100 friends and family gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor Cheney High School student Lorissa Green who died Friday Jan. 16, 2009 in a two-vehicle accident in the … 1

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    Feline Dentistry

    The king of Cat Tales Zoological Training Center gets a root canal. Watch the video above, and read staff writer John Stucke’s story. 1

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    Big R/C car weekend

    For the last 28 years, R/C car enthusiasts have gathered on Memorial Day weekend for the Hank Perry 240. It’s three days of camaraderie and off-road competition at the Hank …

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    Tour the courthouse tower

    Ron Oscarson, Spokane County’s facilities director, takes you on a tour of the historic Spokane County Courthouse tower that recently went through extensive exterior renovations.

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    Then and Now: Downtown Spokane

    Here is another “Then and Now” presentation taken from the photo archives of the Spokesman-Review. Spokane, especially the downtown area, has a long and storied history of boom and bust, … 5

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    Polar Bear Plunge 2016

    Every New Year’s Day, hundreds of people start the year by running into the frigid waters of Lake Coeur d’Alene. This year, the air temperature was in the low 20s …

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    Indoor RC Fly-In

    When it’s dark and cold outside, radio-control flyers head indoors, Smaller batteries, lightweight materials and miniature motors and electronics have led to light planes and interesting rotorcraft. The Inland Empire …

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    Christmas Carol Walk

    The second Annual Christmas Carol Walk was organized by the Spokane Chapter of the American Guild of Organists Saturday, Dec. 26. Fans of pipe organ music, Christmas carols walked from …

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    Waste to Energy Plant turns 25

    Twenty-five years ago, the city of Spokane closed its landfills and constructed the Waste to Energy near the Spokane Airport to dispose of garbage produced in the city and some …

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    In the Realm of Fairies

    Watch a video about the dancing, music and spiritual rites that draw believers to the Fairy and Human Relations Congress held each year near Twisp, Washington. Also read the story … 8

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    MLK Day March 2016

    Here are excerpts from Rev. Happy Watkins’ performance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech with images from the annual march and other activities.

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    The Big Burn of 1910

    Three million acres burned. At least 85 people killed. The towns of Grand Forks and Taft obliterated. The town of Wallace nearly destroyed. Jim Kershner looks back at the forest …

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    Tours of Hanford sites

    The Hanford Nuclear Reservation, which for years produced nuclear material for atomic weapons, including the bomb used at Nagasaki, Japan, is now open to visitors. Over the past few years, …

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    “We’re singing from the heart”

    The Spokane Community Gospel Mass Choir will join other choirs for a concert Jan. 11, 2009 at St. John’s Cathedral at 6 p.m. They’re also preparing for Martin Luther King … 1

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    “Our language is our identity”

    In the Kalispel Tribal Language Program, new Salish speakers immerse themselves in daily conversation with elders and then teach what they have learned in nearby public schools.

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    Dump site

    EPA contract workers in hazardous waste suits cleaned up a toxic dump site found in an older woman’s garage in northwest Spokane.

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    Voices of War: Art Anderson

    Art Anderson is a World War II and Korean War veteran. In this audio slideshow he talks about part of his experience in the Chosin Reservoir in Korea during the …