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Storytime from the Tower - Ralph Walter

"What if" is such a weighted phrase, filled with possibility that can launch great stories or chronicle disappointment. The Spokesman-Review's Sports Editor, Ralph Walter, outlines what Covid-19 did to the sports world and this video showcases many of the fantastic sports images from The Spokesman-Review.

Jim Price: Looking at the great ‘what if’ had Turbulator raced at Santa Anita

On a crisp Sunday evening, almost half a century ago, nearly 6,000 people crowded into an aging structure just off Spokane’s East Sprague Avenue. Moments before 6 o’clock, they let out a full-throated roar. Turbulator, a dark bay gelding with a knobby right knee, punctuated his charge toward history with a dramatic victory in the Playfair Mile, the championship event for annual horse-racing seasons at Playfair Race Course.