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Natural setting offers unique course for target shooters

Ron Olmstead has created a little piece of heaven for clay target shooters with their sights on a challenge. The Double Barrel Ranch Sporting Clays course blends into the landscape of a creek flanked by farm fields off Harvard Road on the south side of Mica Peak.

Family grapples with shooting death

James Edward Rogers spent Monday driving around the Spokane area, calling his family. Depressed and distraught, the 45-year-old father of seven said it was over – that he had his father’s shotgun and planned to use it on himself. His family frantically searched for him, eventually learning of a police standoff on the lower South Hill with a man in a van.

Man firing shotgun killed by officers

A gunman suspected of shooting at a home was shot and killed by Spokane police officers Friday after abandoning his truck outside a busy restaurant and firing at officers, witnesses said. The man, whose name has not been released, died on the lawn in front of a Spokane Tribe of Indians building at the southeast corner of North Madison Street and West Indiana Avenue about 3:15 p.m. He appeared to be in his late 20s or early 30s.