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Jim Kershner
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Jim Kershner jimkershner@comcast.net

is a senior correspondent who writes for the Today section.


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News >  Spokane
June 6, 2020, midnight
The Spokesman-Review simply could not abandon the dream of a Republican presidential nominee from Spokane, despite the undeniable fact that Sen. Miles Poindexter was far from the favorite at the Chicago convention.

News >  Spokane
June 5, 2020, midnight
The national Republican convention was getting underway in Chicago, and local Republicans had still not given up on the idea of a presidential candidate from Spokane.

News >  Spokane
June 4, 2020, midnight
A petition signed by 75 Spokane citizens requested that Gov. Louis F. Hart grant a full pardon to Marie McDonald, one of the infamous McDonald siblings.

News >  Spokane
June 3, 2020, midnight
Relatives of Chris Klockmann of Porthill, Idaho, were giving up hope of finding the young man alive.