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Tuesday, October 27, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Trade deals leave Washington producers relieved but with questions

While the trade agreements President Donald Trump signed earlier this week with China, Mexico and Canada may not be everything Washington farmers hoped for, most analysts believe the deals will at least provide a level of certainty moving forward.

Christmas is over. Here’s how to get rid of your tree

The city is offering free curbside pickup of discarded Christmas trees. Residents who celebrated the holiday with fresh-cut trees can leave them beside their trash and recycling bins on regularly scheduled pickup days.

Dorothy Dean presents O Christmas tree cheese ball

Appetizers are an essential part of holiday entertaining. They kick off the communal feel with guests grazing about while sipping on cocktails and chatting. Plus, they buy you some extra time for finishing touches on dinner prep.

Christmas tree lights up Riverfront Park

As a growing crowd waited for the 3,000 feet of Christmas lights to shine on Spokane’s Christmas tree, revelers sipped hot chocolate and negotiated the best spots next to portable heaters.

Riverfront Park hosts annual Christmas tree lighting

On Saturday the city will light up a 63-foot spruce in Riverfront Park. The free celebration starts at 4 p.m. with a visit from Santa, children’s crafts and performances from groups like Spokane Civic Theatre, Company Ballet School and Spokane Symphony Chorale. The tree lighting ceremony will start at 6:25 p.m.