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    Remembering Sgt. Greg Moore

    About 200 people came to McEuen Park in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, on May 7, 2015 to honor and remember Coeur d’Alene Police Officer Sgt. Greg Moore, who was killed in …

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    When Mount St. Helens came to town

    It was 35-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 …

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    A shared grief - Sgt. Greg Moore’s funeral

    Thousands gathered in Coeur d’Alene to remember the life and service of Sgt. Greg Moore, the city police officer shot and killed Tuesday while on duty. Officers and emergency responders …

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    Carissa Outen Survives Cancer

    Carissa Outen spent her senior year in high school fighting her second battle with follicular lymphoma, an extremely rare form of cancer for someone younger than 19. She won. On …

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    Song of Honor

    Since 2001, Ltc. USAR, Ret., Philip Kowzan has played taps at 1,259 military honor funerals in the Spokane-area. And his service is in increasingly high demand. Kowzan, 77, knows of …

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    Crews work on Hamilton water main break

    Spokane crews work on Friday, May 15, 2015 to fix damaged caused by a water main break on Hamilton Street north of Trent.

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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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    Water main break damages Hamilton

    Crews work to fix a broken water main on Hamilton Street on Friday, May 15, 2015. The main broke north of Trent and forced the road to be closed between …

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    Living the Civil War at Deep Creek

    College student Rhett Kearns, who grew up in the Spokane Valley, is one of the younger Civil War reenactors who will participate in this weekend’s Battle of Deep Creek on …

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    Headstone for a forgotten veteran

    Malbert Cooper of Spokane served six years in the U.S. Army, beginning in 1910. When he died in 1979, he had no one to make sure he was recognized as …

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    Mount St. Helens memories: Pullman

    Footage from Washington State University’s Pullman campus of ash and cleanup efforts in May 1980. 1