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Tuesday, October 27, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Official: Shotgun in guitar case was used in school shooting

A gunman who carried a shotgun in a guitar case opened fire Friday in a Florida high school, wounding one student before he was arrested on a day planned for a national classroom walkout to protest gun violence, authorities said.

Washington youths give their best shot at clay target sports

More than 170 students, grades 6-12, were having a blast last weekend at Double Barrel Ranch south of Spokane. About 20 teams from across the state were applying their year of training and practice in the fifth annual Washington Youth Education in Shooting Sports (WAYESS) state clay target event.

Liere humor: Alan’s annual Christmas missive to Santa Claus

Dear Santa Claus, In case you don’t remember me, I’m the one who left the empty shotgun case hanging from the mantle with the grandkids’ stockings last Christmas. I know it was wishful to think you would fill it on such short notice with a new Benelli 12-gauge semi-auto, but I thought perhaps there would be an extra one lying around somewhere in your sleigh on Christmas Eve.

Artist’s works capture awe of simple wonders

This weekend in a small house across the street from the Spokane River in Peaceful Valley, a handful of artists will exhibit their work. The house has been converted into Shotgun Studio, a place where artists gather and participate in shows and painting classes with live models. The artists include John Thamm, Darrell Sullens, Jared Anderson, Tom Quinn, Charlie Hamm, Elsie Stewart and Natalie Utley.

Capturing awe of simple wonders

Next weekend in a small house across the street from the Spokane River in Peaceful Valley, a handful of artists will exhibittheir work. The house has been converted into Shotgun Studio, a place where artists gather and participate in shows and painting classes with live models. The artists include John Thamm, Darrell Sullens, Jared Anderson, Tom Quinn, Charlie Hamm, Elsie Stewart and Natalie Utley.

Shooting accident victim identified

A man whose identity was withheld by the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office after he died from an accidental gunshot on Friday while hunting a porcupine has been identified as Gary L. Kadow, 67.

Split-up parents feud over boy’s shotgun

Judges in family law often face heated disputes between divorcing parents over issues such as visitation, getting kids to school or providing rides to soccer practice. Try adding a shotgun to the fray.