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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, 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. KMBI radio 1330 AM is set to become Spokane’s first station with which format?

A. Irish folk dance music

B. Christmas music all year long

C. Spanish language

D. Russian language

E. Conservative talk radio

2. Spokane was recently named what?

A. Outstanding Runner Friendly Community of the Year

B. Outstanding Business Friendly Community of the Year

C. Outstanding Home Buyer Friendly Community of the Year

D. Outstanding Bicycling Friendly Community of the Year

E. Outstanding Motorist Friendly Community of the Year

3. What is the status of the pilot program to test body cameras on Spokane police officers?

A. It ended last week

B. It began last week

C. It will begin in February

D. It hasn’t been scheduled yet

E. It has been challenged in court

4. A new comet is visible in the night sky. It is called what?

A. Astromanica

B. Lovejoy

C. Hale-Bopp

D. McNaught

E. West

5. Name the teams that will meet in the College Football Championship game for FBS college teams.

A. Alabama and Florida State

B. Boise State and Michigan State

C. Oregon and Ohio State

D. Illinois State and North Dakota State

E. Notre Dame and Nebraska

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