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Nov. 6, 2008, midnight
The intersection of Mission Avenue and Hamilton Street frustrates drivers to no end, especially those trying to turn left, but advocates for those with disabilities are calling for changes to protect pedestrians. Recent repaving work has helped, but pedestrians just aren’t given enough time to cross the intersection in either direction, said Ed Kennedy, the independent living adviser at the Coalition of Responsible Disabled.

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Nov. 6, 2008, midnight
Local businesses are rolling out the pink carpet Saturday for area women during the fourth annual Girls Day Out event. Antique stores, specialty shops, book stores, coffee shops and other businesses in three neighborhoods are participating in the daylong event.

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Oct. 30, 2008, midnight
Muppy surveyed the room, shook his fur and marched inside to graciously accept hugs, squeezes and strokes from the seniors eager to visit with him last week at East Central Community Center’s senior center. “You’ve got white hair and so do I,” Fran Ellis said as she gave Muppy a pat.

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Oct. 30, 2008, midnight
Spokane drivers are enjoying that blissful – and too short – period between the completion of the season’s street construction projects and the appearance of snow. Major construction bogged down drivers across the city, especially the North Side. Most would say smoother streets are worth the price.