Monday, October 31, 2016

Emails, Halloween, the World Series and other news to start your week

Posted By on Mon, Oct 31, 2016 at 8:49 AM


FROM INLANDER.COM

• THIS WEEK:
Robbie Fulks, Halloween, Genghis Khan and Trevor Noah all coming around
• NEWS: Why is WSU's student conduct process now being scrutinized for suspending a football player?

A regular sight in Spokane
  • A regular sight in Spokane

• NEWS:
Is there anything Spokane can do to stop stupid trucks from crashing stupidly into bridges?

ELSEWHERE

TWO MEN IN CUSTODY
click to enlarge Kirk went missing last weekend after leaving work in Post Falls.
  • Kirk went missing last weekend after leaving work in Post Falls.

Authorities have arrested two men in connection with Bo Kirk's death; however, investigators have yet to say how they connected the men and what possible motive they may have had in killing the Hayden, Idaho, man.

THE CUBS WINS!
Chicago last night beat the Indians 3-2, sending the World Series back to Cleveland for Game 6 on Tuesday night.

TIRED OF THOSE DAMN EMAILS?
It's not over yet: The FBI has reopened the case examining Hillary Clinton's emails and her use of a private server while secretary of state. That news, of course, sparked a variety of responses: outrage from the Clinton campaign, jubilation from Donald Trump and vexation from the Justice Department, which had advised the FBI to keep the renewed investigation under wraps until investigators knew if there was anything significant. If you aren't tired of the emails yet, check out the New York Times' FAQ on the matter.

TODAY IS HALLOWEEN
click to enlarge Mayor Condon
  • Mayor Condon

The forecast calls for a cloudy, rainy day. Tonight, trick-or-treaters will face temps in the mid-40s and a slight chance of rain (about 20 percent). The Spokesman has the candy offerings of a few prominent folks on A1 today. Spokane Mayor David Condon, who apparently ate the good candy already, is planning on handing out "organic gummy bears from Costco."


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Eastern Washington, led by quarterback Gage Gubrud, beat Big Sky Conference rival Montana 35-16 at Roos Field on Saturday, October 28. 

Montana struck first as receiver Colin Bingham caught a 16 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Brady Gustafson. But, Eastern Washington scored three unanswered touchdowns, including a 69 yard and 5 yard touchdown pass from Gubrud to receiver Cooper Kupp. Tamarick Pierce scored a touchdown on a 2 yard run. 

At the end of the first half, a Montana drive stalled as they were forced to settle for a 20 yard field goal from Tim Semenza. Up 21-10, Eastern Washington scored two more touchdowns, including a 13 yard touchdown pass from Gubrud to Shaq Hill in the third quarter to seal the game.

Gubrud threw for 327 yards with 4 touchdowns and ran for 30 yards as Kupp caught 8 passes for 140 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Eastern Washington, ranked #3 in both the coaches and STATS Football Championship Subdivision polls, is now 7-1 overall and 5-0 in conference as Montana drops to 5-3 overall and 2-3 in conference. Eastern Washington next plays at Cal Poly next Saturday, November 5 with kickoff at 6:05 PT.

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