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Sara Leaming

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Past and present

More than 150 years ago the Native American tribes of the area were robbed of their horses – a symbol of power and necessary for survival – by soldiers of the U.S. Army. As many as 900 of the great beasts belonging to a Palouse chief were slaughtered on the banks of the Spokane River, near what is now the border between Washington and Idaho, on the orders of Col. George Wright.

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Motorcyclist dies after crash at racetrack

A 27-year-old Seattle man was killed Sunday after his motorcycle crashed during an event at Spokane County Raceway, officials confirmed Tuesday. The Spokane Medical Examiner identified the man as Khalil Mohmed, who died as a result of a skull fracture from a blunt impact to the head.
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Motorcycle racer dies after crash at raceway

A 27-year-old Seattle man was killed Sunday after his motorcycle crashed during an event at Spokane County Raceway, officials confirmed Tuesday. The Spokane Medical Examiner identified the man as Khalil Mohmed, who died as a result of a skull fracture from a blunt impact to the head.
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Hot cars put pets’ lives at risk

Even with the windows cracked, the temperature of the leather seat inside the Mercedes-Benz parked in the Value Village parking lot on East Sprague on Saturday afternoon climbed to more than 140 degrees. Down on the floor, where Olive, a Yorkshire terrier, was huddled beneath the foot pedals, an infrared gun gauged the temperature at a cooler 109 degrees.

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