Return of Garry 

Chief Garry’s visage is gone, but a new art installation reflects his spirit

Nearly two years after a vandalized and neglected statue honoring one of Spokane’s Indian leaders was abruptly demolished and hauled away from a park that bears his name, Spokan Garry is coming back. In spirit, if not in physical form. The…

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