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  • It's All in a Name
  • It's All in a Name

    Hoopfest squads call themselves the darndest things
      We’ve gone through the more than 7,000 teams entered in this year’s tournament and handpicked a few of the more amusing titles and handed out some not-soofficial awards to those who went the extra mile. If your squad is not on the list, we’re sorry. You’ll have to turn your attention to the actual basketball.
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  • The Year in News
  • The Year in News

    Ten of the most important local stories to catch our eye
      Democratic Washington state Sen. Chris Marr, a moderate lawmaker by most accounts, fell to political newcomer Michael Baumgartner. Republican John Ahern, who lost his seat in the state House two years ago to John Driscoll, took it back. Republican Reps. Matt Shea, Larry Crouse, Kevin Parker, Shelly Short, Joel Kretz and Susan Fagan all ran unopposed.
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  • The Year in Screen
  • The Year in Screen

    Spokane booed Cuba, boosted Terriers and watched its actors go to the bigtime
      The Year Spokane proTeSTed Cuba … Gooding Jr. Between 2006 and 2009, the Oscarwinning actor came to Spokane to shoot three separate films. Most of these films failed to make a dent in the box office (or even find a theatrical release), but Cuba sure made an impression on Spokane.
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