If you followed the news last week, you could be a winner in our weekly news quiz. Warm up by taking the newspaper version, and then go to www.spokesman .com/newsquiz , where top entries go into a drawing for a $50 gift card to the Davenport Hotel, and all entries go into a drawing for movie tickets.
1. Last week the nation marked the anniversary of what?
A. Stock market crash of 1929
B. The day President Franklin D. Roosevelt died
C. The day Japan attacked Pearl Harbor
D. The day John F. Kennedy was shot
E. The day the Beatles first performed in the U.S.
2. Spokane native Hazen Audel has gained fame doing what?
A. Being a finalist on “American Idol”
B. Being featured in the “Survive the Tribe” TV series
C. Running the fastest 1,500 meters this year
D. Winning an Emmy for his collection of folk songs
E. Walking the length of the Appalachian Trail in record time
3. Washington recently dropped a law
A. Requiring motorists to come to a complete stop at stop signs
B. Requiring the operator of a motor vehicle to have a valid driver’s license
C. Limiting the months drivers can use studded tires
D. Requiring license plates to be replaced every seven years
E. Requiring license plates on the front of a vehicle
4. Which is not high on the list of foods solicited by Second Harvest food bank?
A. Peanut butter
B. Canned meat and fish
C. Whole grain cereal high in protein
D. Ramen noodles
5. Consumers spent how much last month on legal marijuana sales in Spokane County?
B. $500, 000
D. $1 million
E. $2 million
Check your answers
To find out the answers and last week’s winners, see page B3.
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