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Wednesday, February 26, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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UPDATED: Mon., Jan. 13, 2020

Getting There: As area fleet of tow plows grows, one driver makes driving the complex rig look easy

A 2-for-1 approach to snow plowing may look easy, but operators like Kent Reitmeier have to deal with a lot of potential issues at once. Including impatient drivers trying to …

2 killed, 2 injured when car hits snow plow making U-turn

Two people died and two others were injured when their vehicle crashed into a snow plow that had taken a U-turn in Grays Harbor County.

UPDATED: Mon., March 13, 2017

Spokane City Council votes to speed up plowing, prioritize snow removal near schools and downtown

The resolution calls for the city to begin revising its policies to focus on downtown, schools and health care centers, as well as speed up the amount of time it …

Other cities more aggressive than Spokane in clearing downtown and side streets of snow

The City of Spokane has launched a full city plow, but with downtown streets clogged, some people wonder what took so long.

City finishes plowing snow

City crews have finished plowing snow on Spokane streets, ending the stage two snow event declared on Christmas Day.

Doug Clark: Wayward snow toss will cost you

In the latest example of your busybody government at work, Spokane’s City Council has decided to make outlaws out of we citizens who dare toss snow into the streets. Weird. …

Snow removal plows ahead

Anyone looking at the row of snowplows sitting in the parking lot at the new Spokane Valley Public Works Facility would immediately notice that one is not like the others. …

City asks residents to comply with snow parking rules

Spokane is asking residents to move their cars off of arterial streets to make way for plows. The city declared a Stage 2 snow emergency, which means that crews will …

City plows hit the steets as snowfall continues

City crews spent Saturday clearing Spokane streets of snow, while some residents scurried to buy snow gear and others simply enjoyed building snowmen and sledding.

More snow to come; county keeps plowing

It’s not over yet. An additional 3 to 5 inches of snow is expected in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene by Wednesday morning.