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Plows and sanding trucks stand at the ready. Avista crews have fueled and stocked fleet vehicles.
Spokane will get a taste of the especially cold and snowy winter ahead starting Friday.
Predictably, the dynasty questions began shortly after the Storm won the 2020 WNBA title, which gives the storied Seattle franchise four championships and ties for the most in league history.
About 200 people still were without power Wednesday afternoon after a windstorm with gusts topping 60 mph blew through Spokane.
Live updates from around the area of Tuesday's wind storm.
A high wind watch has been issued for the Spokane area from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday evening.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It hasn’t happened before. The Seattle Seahawks have never started a season by winning their first five games. They have a chance to do just that tonight, hosting Minnesota on Sunday Night Football. Will they get it done?
A GRIP ON SPORTS • We are supposed to see showers off and on in the Spokane area today. Rain actually. I, for one, welcome it. The cars are getting really dirty. In honor of the intermittent showers, we decided to let the news pour out in the same way.
The side-eyed glance and the wry smile said it all.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • With Pac-12 schools opening football practice this weekend, it’s only a matter of time before your Saturdays will be filled with hoping USC will lose. Or something of that ilk. But before then, we still have a few weekends to fill. Starting today. What should we watch?
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Is this the last, best day of 2020? If you’re talking weather in the Spokane area, then yes. If you’re talking about sports, then no. Not by a long shot.
The Storm decided to pass on drama. Instead it went with total domination.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Well, that streak lasted one day. Today we have to write about things we don’t like writing about, though it’s not sports related. And, of course, some sports. A championship, actually. In the Northwest. That’s fun.
Breanna Stewart scored 26 points, and the Seattle Storm won their second WNBA championship in three season, sweeping the Las Vegas Aces with a 92-59 rout Tuesday night.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Might as well count our blessings this morning. After all, it’s a good day when you don’t have to write about a childhood hero passing. Or an NFL team in semi-quarantine after a virus breakout. There is bad news of course. Both the Yankees and Astros won their playoff games.
Sue Bird is playing some of her best basketball during this year’s WNBA playoffs as she nears a milestone birthday, joining the likes of Tom Brady and LeBron James of superstar athletes defying Father Time and still performing at a high level.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s Monday morning. That means we are contractually obligated – not really but it sounds plausible – to look back at the Seahawks’ game from some 24 hours ago. For the fourth consecutive time to begin a season, we get to examine a victory.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • The Pac-12 revealed its third edition of the 2020 football schedule Saturday morning on the networks’ pregame shows. Then the reaction to the schedules filled up the columns of West Coast newspapers and websites the rest of the day. As one could expect, the responses were mixed.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • I don’t know about anybody else, but I’m tired of this crud. When the news broke yesterday Bob Gibson had died, I wanted to fire a high-and-tight fastball under 2020’s chin. Enough is freaking enough.