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Monday, October 26, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Inslee’s infested apples rounded up

Infested apples Gov. Jay Inslee brought to Central and Eastern Washington last month in a goodwill gesture gone bad have been rounded up and destroyed.

Inslee, Culp spar over COVID-19, protests

Gov. Jay Inslee accused his Republican opponent of being a "mini Trump" and challenger Loren Culp accused the incumbent of being a career politician "who has no clue what it's like in the real world" during a spirited debate Wednesday night

Washington airports get new virus protection rules

Travelers using Washington airports will be required to wear face coverings in most areas and observe rules for distancing from other passengers to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Eager bowlers return to lanes in north Spokane as other alleys work to reopen soon

Lilac Lanes opened this week, with the area's other bowling alleys planning to follow suit in early September. The reopening follows a lobbying campaign by alley owners who've remained largely shuttered since the coronavirus pandemic began and who had anticipated waiting several more months until Phase 4 to be allowed to open the doors again.

Inslee gets some time in the first day of Democratic Convention

Although Washington Gov. Jay Inslee didn't last long in the presidential race last year, he made appearances at events tied to the first day of the Democratic National Convention, talking about climate change, fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and plugging presumptive nominee Joe Biden.

Inslee announces $40 million pandemic relief fund for Washington immigrants

Immigrants in Washington who have not been eligible for federal COVID-19 relief programs, despite paying taxes and working in many of the essential jobs that have kept the state running amid the pandemic, will be getting some support from a $40 million fund Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday.