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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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A Grip on Sports: This Sunday morning started fast and will only slow down a bit as the day wears on

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Let’s see what is on tap for today. Spend some time reading the Sunday paper. That’s a given. Wait for the eldest son to return from his second vaccine shot and hope he feels well enough to enjoy his scheduled round of golf. Turn into ESPNU and see where Eastern Washington is headed in the FCS playoffs. Watch the M’s and the Astros. That’s more than enough, isn’t it?
Sports >  Outdoors

Amid widespread decline, Spokane region remains something of a porcupine redoubt

The Ben Burr Trail, the mile-long forested path that slices across the South Hill, is a magical swath of urban wildness. During my walks there, I’ve seen coyotes and skunks, Cooper’s hawks and lazuli buntings, bald eagles and turkey flocks. And when two bison busted loose from their pasture last year, where did they go? Straight to the Ben Burr.