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Saturday, October 24, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Flap your wings: Book and activities at a park near you

A couple who walk their dog daily in Comstock Park noticed a few kids flapping their arms like chickens near a sign. That introduced them to a "Read and Walk" feature that is rotating to different Spokane public parks. The two South Hill residents shared how much fun it was to see kids each day interacting with the features on different panels.

Game of chance to break tie in Fairfield Town Council race

Both Steven Walk and Dave Watling received 78 votes in the Nov. 5 contest to represent the town of roughly 600 residents. That means a game of chance involving numbered balls and a milk bottle will determine who assumes office next year.

First Friday: Art Walk offers local holiday gift options

First Fridays are when Spokane’s downtown galleries and businesses throw open their doors to debut new exhibitions free to the public. This December’s Art Walk beckons busy holiday shoppers with the added bonus of buying local when knocking out that list.

Review: Walk Off the Earth brings high-energy theatrics to Sandpoint stage

Walk Off the Earth brought the same high-energy fun to the stage Friday at the Festival at Sandpoint as fans have come to know from their videos. Ukuleles and guitars were tossed. Kazoos were played. And for one song, all the band members played on one instrument. But before all that, the Sandpoint-born Shook Twins opened the evening at War Memorial Field.

Google employees walk out to protest treatment of women

Carrying signs with messages such as “Don’t be evil,” several hundred Google employees around the world briefly walked off the job Thursday in a protest against what they said is the tech company’s mishandling of sexual misconduct allegations against executives.