Spokane snow kills power and cancels school, Seattle election between 'old and new' voters, and more headlines

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IN OTHER NEWS...

Snow day!
A sudden dusting last night knocked out power for some residents and forced Spokane Public Schools to declare a snow day. (Spokesman-Review)

Old and new Seattle
The fight between old city and new city certainly isn't unique to Spokane. This story from the Seattle Times illustrates a more complicated relationship than just NIMBY's vs. tech bros in the coming elections.

"Of course, you know this means war"
The Trump White House declares war on the impeachment inquiry. (New York Times)

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.