How to use Spokane in a sentence
The heat has become so fierce in Spokane, on the state’s eastern border, that the power company Avista Utilities had to impose rolling blackouts in an effort to limit outages to one hour for each customer.Historic heat wave in Pacific Northwest has killed hundreds in U.S. and Canada over the past week | Timothy Bella | July 1, 2021 | Washington Post
The Weather Service in Spokane wrote that this will “likely be one of the most extreme and prolonged heat waves in the recorded history” of the region.
Now, Seattle is predicted to endure its hottest weather on record by early next week, in addition to Portland and Spokane.
Spokane is predicted to see temperatures top 100 from Saturday through at least Thursday.
The rate of new cases in and around Spokane, near the Idaho border, is far higher than in Seattle and western Washington, which experienced one of the earliest outbreaks in the country in February.States With Few Coronavirus Restrictions Are Spreading the Virus Beyond Their Borders | by David Armstrong | December 1, 2020 | ProPublica
In 1933, the Spokane Daily Chronicle reported that “Housewives Find That Rabbit Meat on Menu Makes Big Hit With Men at Dinner.”
According to the Spokane Spokesman-Review, the speech was a big success, as a crowd of 700 assembled to watch Palin speak.
The Spokane, Wash., store specializes in handguns, shotguns, and defensive rifles.Annie, Get Your Gun! School Shooting Sparks Run on Firearms Sales | Matthew DeLuca | December 20, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
On Election Night, I was in Spokane, Washington, with 6,000 other people at our headquarters.
I was sitting in front of a television camera in Spokane and I fell asleep.
He died in December, 1915, and is survived by his widow, who resides on a ranch near Spokane.
He has been thus engaged continuously to the present, with the exception of the year 1891, when he was in Spokane.
His widow survives and is now living with a daughter in Spokane, Washington.
Thomas Maxwell and his brother Joseph were the first photographers in Spokane, opening a permanent studio there in 1884.
In that year he removed to Spokane, where he continued in special work—eye and ear—for twenty-five years.
British Dictionary definitions for Spokane
a city in E Washington: commercial centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 196 624 (2003 est)
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