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1 Who has made a difference in 2020?
2 Dad Daze: There's reason to give thanks in 2020
3 We need better housing options
4 Miss Manners 11/23
5 Remembering Bill Gaskins, Washington State's 'Ambassador'
6 Intriguing Chinese prospect Fanbo Zeng commits to Gonzaga
7 Replace the SRHD board
8 Millions stick to Thanksgiving travel plans despite warnings
9 Futher Review for Elvis Presley, hit maker | Spokesman-Review
10 Federal prisons to prioritize staff to receive virus vaccine
11 Retail trade group sees solid holiday sales despite pandemic
12 Then and Now: Buses replace streetcars
13 Cineworld secures financial help until hoped-for reopening
14 Locally: Spokane Chiefs extend general manager Scott Carter
15 Motley Fool: Pharmacy on sale
16 Google faces UK scrutiny over new advertising data revamp
17 Pandemic puts Christmas Bureau in a cash crunch
18 China prepping for mission to bring back material from moon
19 Pope book backs George Floyd protests, blasts virus skeptic
20 Water Cooler: The IKEA effect, personalization and effort justification
21 Tourist-starved Caribbean islands woo homebound workers
22 Northwest native takes helm of city housing, homelessness efforts
23 'Yellowstone' show spends big in Missoula
24 Editorial: With misgivings, vote Trump for president and Inslee for governor
25 Pandemic has taken a bite out of seafood trade, consumption
26 Spokane County's criminal justice system got mixed reviews in a new report. Here's how it fared
27 Charleston weighs wall as seas rise and storms strengthen
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29 Biden expected to nominate Blinken as secretary of state
30 'When will seniors ever get back to school?'
31 Coeur d'Alene Resort decked for Christmas
32 Gonzaga lands commitment from skilled forward Fanbo Zeng
33 Trump campaign legal team distances itself from Powell
34 COVID-19 deaths of Serbian clerics highlight virus worries
35 A 'one person' editorial board?
36 Pandemic threatens legacy of Christmas Bureau
37 EU invites Biden to patch up trans-Atlantic ties
38 Washington's economic forecast improves slightly
39 Cornell W. Clayton: Spokesman-Review wrong to endorse Trump
40 Tom Kelly: Second mortgage or line of credit
41 Briefs for Thursday
42 Griz Basketball To Start Season Without Fans
43 WATCH: Spokesman-Review's Theo Lawson Talk Coug Basketball
44 Wisconsin presidential recount in 4th day, with few changes
45 Additional ballots favor incumbents Graham, Volz in 6th District
46 Washington men: Huskies look to rebound after surprising downturn
47 David Dubuque: The Inland Northwest is underrated ski country
48 Truman was right
49 Three takeaways from Gonzaga's Kraziness in the Kennel
50 Rob Curley: A lot of things are essential in a newspaper, but endorsements aren't one of them
51 Lutz breaks silence, confirming he hasn't resigned and has hired a lawyer
52 California enacts nighttime curfew as COVID-19 cases spike
53 Four years in, Trump has plenty of unfinished business
54 Off the grid: Mother nature and other domestic terrorists
55 Health Board fires Dr. Bob Lutz
56 A bad idea
57 Shawn Vestal: I didn't like that endorsement either, but I hope you'll stick with the paper
58 Motley Fool: Viva, Veeva!
59 Briefs for Tuesday
60 Rich Lowry: Trump's ugly exit
61 Longtime Spokane pawn shop ending 91-year run downtown
62 Idaho Supreme Court: State must reveal execution drug source
63 Teen charged in killings poses with 'Silver Spoons' actor
64 Facebook likely to face state, federal antitrust lawsuits
65 Spokane Valley Democratic icon Sally Jackson dies at 88
66 Europe, US 'climate guardian' satellite to monitor oceans
67 Criminal justice reformers cheer multiple election victories
68 Commission suspends license of ex-doctor at Monroe prison
69 Analysis: With silence, GOP enables Trump's risky endgame
70 Find common ground
71 Idaho limits nonresident hunting opportunity
72 COVID-19 can't stop Veterans Day in Spokane
73 Hundreds of thousands at Honduras' shelters after hurricanes
74 Spokane economists: Regional recovery will depend on vaccine, stimulus
75 Satellite photos show construction at Iran nuclear site
76 Options are aplenty for Thanksgiving to go
77 Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building
78 Alan Liere's fishing-hunting report for Nov. 5
79 Color me spooked: Pumpkin coloring contest winners
80 Washington State's game against Stanford canceled, declared no-contest
81 Too much punishment
82 Faith and Values: Matters of personal belief shouldn't matter in how we treat each other
83 100 years ago today: Chronicle reports Harding ahead
84 An open letter to the Spokane Board of Health
85 Northwest Passages Book Club
86 Idaho doesn't count jobless on federal unemployment programs
87 Spokesman-Review to ditch endorsements after furious backlash to pro-Trump editorial
88 Then and Now: Museum of Native American Cultures
89 Exercise leadership, SR
90 Ladies' night at Latin Grammys: Lafourcade, Rosalía win big
91 Trump is a 'wretched human being' but vote for him anyway, The Spokesman-Review says
92 Then and Now: Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility
93 France postpones 'Black Friday' to help locked-down shops
94 Trump team requests recount of Georgia presidential vote
95 Jay Inslee easily wins third term as Washington governor
96 Mormon president urges gratitude to deal with trying 2020
97 Kehoe building in Hillyard
98 Spokane Symphony celebrates 75th anniversary with Gala 2020
99 Azerbaijani leader: Cease-fire may improve Armenia relations
100 Front Porch: November's national days will bring smiles