Two dead after Silver Mountain avalanche, Iran launches missile attack, and other headlines


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NEWS: Mayor Nadine Woodward attended Monday's City Council meeting and things appeared friendly.

NEWS: An agreement has been reached between Sacred Heart nurses and Providence, the nonprofit that runs the hospital.


IN OTHER NEWS...

"All is well!"
Iran launched missiles at U.S. and Iraqi bases in Iraq on Tuesday in retaliation for the killing of Gen. Qasem Soleimani. Here's the latest... (ABC)

Plane crash near Tehran
As if things couldn't get weirder in Iran, a Ukrainian International Airlines plane crashed near Tehran, killing all 176 people aboard early this morning. Details have been sparse so far. (CNN)

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Two skiers killed
Two skiers were killed and five others were rescued in the aftermath of an avalanche at Silver Mountain Ski Resort in Idaho. (Spokesman-Review)


Keeping politics in football
Both Michael Bloomberg and Donald Trump have dropped $10 million on Super Bowl ads. (New York Times)

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.