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    Accordion Joe’s weed song

    Joe Jenkins, a 70-year-old Spokane man, has written a spritely polka-based anthem extolling the virtues of legal weed.

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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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    Last Day of the Christmas Bureau

    The Christmas Bureau, the holiday charity that tries to give a book and toy to every kid whose family asks for help, finished its nine-day run Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. …

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    Mary Verner and Doug Clark duet

    Mayor Mary Verner and Spokesman-Review columnist Doug Clark sing a rendition of “Proud Mary” at the noon hour Friday, June 12, 2009, in downtown Spokane as part of Street Music …

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    demolisher Test

    Testing out the demolisher with the help Castiel.

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    Looking back: Mount St. Helens comes to town

    It was 33-years ago this month when Mount St. Helens exploded on May 18, 1980, dropping a blanket of volcanic ash on Spokane, Wash. and neighboring communities. Spokesman-Review’s Jim Kershner … 4

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    12th fans on the capitol steps

    Gov. Inslee and state government workers gather on the capitol steps in Olympia to make noise for the Seahawks.

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    Lean Bean Robbery

    Surveillance video from Coeur d’Alene Police Department seeking suspect in robbery of Lean Bean espresso stand.

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    Small plane crash rescue video

    Spokane Police Body Cam footage of Sunday’s small plane crash rescue. The video has been redacted by police with a black oval over the injured pilot.

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    From the archives: Hillyard Hammer

    Local boxer “Hillyard Hammer” Chauncy Welliver is pounding his opponents in the ring in hopes of landing a shot at a heavyweight championship fight. From the June 2007 archives. 2

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    Walgreens robbery suspect

    Spokane police are searching for a man who robbed the Walgreens at Division Street and Empire Avenue Sunday night. The robber, a white male in his 20’s, walked into the …

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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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    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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    Ice climbing Niagara Falls

    Will Gadd of Alberta, Canada, made the first ascent of Niagara Falls by climbing the frozen sections of Niagara’s Horseshoe Falls on Jan. 26, 2015.

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    Mobil Jifi Stop

    Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information leading to a man believed to have robbed a gas station in Spokane Valley early Tuesday morning.

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    New Spokane Shock Head Coach Andy Olson

    New Spokane Shock head coach Andy Olson talks to the media Monday.

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    History of Spokane Bridge

    Longtime musician Chuck Borris of Post Falls has written a song which he performs occasionally at the Rockin’ B Ranch near the Idaho-Washington border. It tells the history of Spokane …

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    pit crew

    Spokane Valley Fire Department paramedics demonstrate the new “pit crew” CPR where rescuers switch positions every two minutes.

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    Klorostone permeable pavers

    Here is a demonstration of the Klorostone paving stones, which allow water to flow through the paver stone. A start-up company called Klorotech is manufacturing and marketing the pavers for …

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    Finding the Frame: Race car crash

    While covering the Spokane Grand Prix sports car racing event, I happened to catch driver RIchard Satre as his red Porsche rolled. Although a rare occurrence in sports car racing, …