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Monday, October 19, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Then and Now: Sears, Roebuck and Co. warehouse

Leased in the 1930s as the retail giant was ramping up brick-and-mortar operations after decades in the mail-order business, the warehouse that once housed merchandise destined for retail stores or homes is now home to the Pride Prep charter school.

Winning A Game In Two Periods? Americans Experience A Rarity

It was a first for the Great Falls Americans on Friday, winning a game in just two periods. An issue with the ice at the Great Falls IcePlex forced the teams to not play the third period, and the next day, the Bruins conceded the third period to the Americans. It's something Head Coach Greg Sears says in all his years of hockey, he's never seen. "A player went in hard and chipped a piece of ice off, which is unfortunate and we were unable to get it fixed up in the right amount of time...First time in 15 years of coaching that I've had a suspended game." Said Sears.

Americans Sweep(Again!)

The Great Falls Americans have now won three games in a row, hear from Head Coach Greg Sears!

Sears at Spokane Valley Mall to close by February

When a freezer broke at Jannean Judy’s Hold Your Grounds espresso stand in Spokane, she was able to quickly buy a replacement at Sears that same day, saving more than $500 in frozen food. But buying an appliance at the department store will no longer be an option for Judy, as Sears in the Spokane Valley Mall is slated to close next year by its parent company.

Americans Sweep(Again!)

The Great Falls Americans have now won three games in a row, hear from Head Coach Greg Sears!

Sears at NorthTown Mall to close by late October

The location is the only one that will be shuttered in Washington state in this latest round of closures but is among 26 Sears and Kmart stores nationwide that will shut their doors, liquidate product and lay off employees.

Sears survives a near-death experience, but for how long?

Its chairman and biggest shareholder, Eddie Lampert, won tentative approval for a $5 billion plan to keep the ailing, 132-year-old department-store chain in business, fending off demands from creditors that it throw in the towel, according to a person familiar with the negotiations.