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The rescued bald eagle is still recovering at the Mt. Spokane Veterinary Hospital.  Read more at: http://spokanecounty.kxly.com/news/news/83742-injured-bald-eagle-still-alive-and-recovering

The rescued bald eagle is still recovering at the Mt. Spokane Veterinary Hospital. Read more at: http://spokanecounty.kxly.com/news/news/83742-injured-bald-eagle-still-alive-and-recovering

The pageantry of the annual Julyamsh Powwow - photos by Jesse Tinsley, The Spokesman-Review.

The pageantry of the annual Julyamsh Powwow - photos by Jesse Tinsley, The Spokesman-Review.

Guarded gaggle: Canada geese goslings huddle between the Centennial Trail and Spokane River by Upriver Drive on Friday in Spokane. The geese have many nesting sites near the water, and their goslings are starting to explore their surroundings. Photo by Colin Mulvany, The Spokesman-Review. #spokane #nature

Guarded gaggle: Canada geese goslings huddle between the Centennial Trail and Spokane River by Upriver Drive on Friday in Spokane. The geese have many nesting sites near the water, and their goslings are starting to explore their surroundings. Photo by Colin Mulvany, The Spokesman-Review. #spokane #nature

#SpokaneHoopfest - Spokane transforms into the world's largest basketball weekend! 3 on 3 hoops

#SpokaneHoopfest - Spokane transforms into the world's largest basketball weekend! 3 on 3 hoops

The Spokane Chiefs drop a Western Hockey League playoff game to Tri-City. Gallery by Colin Mulvany. #spokane #hockey

The Spokane Chiefs drop a Western Hockey League playoff game to Tri-City. Gallery by Colin Mulvany. #spokane #hockey

2011 in Pictures: By the Spokesman-Review photography department. #spokane

2011 in Pictures: By the Spokesman-Review photography department. #spokane

A break at the lake: North Idaho College student Richard LeMieux, of Hayden, takes a break from classes in Coeur d’Alene on Tuesday. He took advantage of the warm weather and napped at NIC Beach. “I’ve got chemistry in 45 minutes,” he said. Photo by Kathy Plonka, The Spokesman-Review. #weather #spokane #idaho

A break at the lake: North Idaho College student Richard LeMieux, of Hayden, takes a break from classes in Coeur d’Alene on Tuesday. He took advantage of the warm weather and napped at NIC Beach. “I’ve got chemistry in 45 minutes,” he said. Photo by Kathy Plonka, The Spokesman-Review. #weather #spokane #idaho

Trumpeter swans return to Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by The Spokesman-Review's Rich Landers. #spokane #wildlife

Trumpeter swans return to Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. Photo by The Spokesman-Review's Rich Landers. #spokane #wildlife

Another spring day in Spokane: Andrew Farris, and his daughter, Trinity Mace-Farris, 2 years old, take shelter from Monday’s snow storm as they wait in an STA bus shelter. Photo by Dan Pelle.  #spokane #weather

Another spring day in Spokane: Andrew Farris, and his daughter, Trinity Mace-Farris, 2 years old, take shelter from Monday’s snow storm as they wait in an STA bus shelter. Photo by Dan Pelle. #spokane #weather

Klündt | Hosmer logo design for The City of Spokane

Klündt | Hosmer logo design for The City of Spokane

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