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Volunteers clean up graffiti after Salish school break-in

05/6/17By Elizabeth Backstrom and Elizabeth Schindler A volunteer cleanup crew of more than 200 people joined staff at the Salish School of Spokane on Saturday to help paint over racist graffiti found on the walls and whiteboard May 4. Attendees included City Council President Ben Stuckart and Rep. Andy Billig, as well as leaders of the Colville and Spokane tribes. The …

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Spokane churches ask: Where are the youth?

Spokane’s local churches join the nation in reaching out in strategic ways to draw in young people who are seeking for a church. There are countless programs in place to engage them in worship and discussions that inspire commitment.

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