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News >  Spokane
July 8, 2012, midnight
The Spokane Park Board will consider a memorial for Otto Zehm on Monday, as was called for in a settlement between the city and Zehm’s estate. Mayor David Condon has recommended that a picnic shelter or similar facility in Mission Park be dedicated to Zehm, including a plaque that would read “In Memory of Otto Zehm.”

News >  Spokane
June 30, 2012, midnight
A wolf killed one sheep and injured two others on a small Nine Mile Falls ranch earlier this month, the state’s wildlife agency said Friday, marking the first wolf attack on livestock in Spokane County since at least the early 1950s. Steve Pozzanghera, eastern region director for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, said Friday two brothers woke up June 16 to see their flock of about 15 sheep in the pasture and away from the pen area where they normally gather in the morning.

News >  Spokane
June 9, 2012, midnight
A Gonzaga University ROTC graduate deployed to Afghanistan died after the helicopter he was in took on enemy fire and crashed Wednesday. Professors with Gonzaga’s ROTC program said Friday that 1st Lt. Mathew G. Fazzari, a 2010 graduate, showed a knack for leadership during his time at the university.

News >  Spokane
May 6, 2012, midnight
Did you pay attention to the news last week? Here’s your chance to find out how well, with the print version of our weekly quiz. You can also try the online version at www.spokesman. com/newsquiz, and compete for a chance to win a $50 gift card to the Davenport Hotel or two movie tickets to Regal Movie Theaters. 1. What industry does the small town of Potlatch, Idaho, hope to attract, according to its mayor?