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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

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Here’s a rundown of Spokane road work to watch for this week.

City ClosuresCameron-Reilly work and Fatbeam LLC work will close the eastbound curb lane of Riverside Avenue between Howard and Stevens streets and between Post and Bernard Streets, the eastbound inside lane of Riverside Avenue between Howard and Bernard streets and the east curb lane of Washington Street from First to Main avenues, through Friday.

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Cancellations at Sea-Tac continue after Boeing 737 MAX 9 incident

Jan. 7—The number of canceled flights to or from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport grew Sunday in the wake of a serious incident that led to a federally mandated grounding of most Boeing 737 MAX 9 models nationwide. As of 2:30 p.m. Sunday, 96 flights were canceled, a spike from the 86 flights canceled throughout the day Saturday, according to the flight-tracking website FlightAware. An ...
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Then and Now: Post Street Bridge

The first Post Street bridge was a wooden structure built around 1884 and operated as a toll bridge. That bridge was taken down around 1893 and replaced with a steel bridge that could carry streetcars.