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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Free 10-minute parking available in downtown Spokane for curbside delivery and pickup

While bars and restaurants are closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, delivery and curbside pickup is still an option for many businesses, so the city of Spokane has reserved on-street parking in metered areas that allows citizens and delivery drivers to park free for 10 minutes to pick up to-go orders. Bright yellow signs on parking meters identify those free spaces. More than 700 10-minute placards were placed Tuesday in the core of the city, the city of Spokane said in a news release.

Could this be the last gold coin for Salvation Army?

An annual tradition may have come to a close this year, after the anonymous donor who drops a gold coin the one of the Salvation Army’s red collection kettles each year indicated this year will be his last.