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'''Spokane''' is the second largest city in [[Washington]] state.  Spokane is named after the Spokane Indian Tribe.  The 2006 population was 201,600.  It is located in eastern Washington and is about 18 miles from the Washington-Idaho border.  The Spokane River runs through downtown Spokane and Mount Spokane is located to the Northeast. The city is the home to Gonzaga University.
 
'''Spokane''' is the second largest city in [[Washington]] state.  Spokane is named after the Spokane Indian Tribe.  The 2006 population was 201,600.  It is located in eastern Washington and is about 18 miles from the Washington-Idaho border.  The Spokane River runs through downtown Spokane and Mount Spokane is located to the Northeast. The city is the home to Gonzaga University.
  
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Latest revision as of 19:21, 28 December 2011

Spokane is the second largest city in Washington state. Spokane is named after the Spokane Indian Tribe. The 2006 population was 201,600. It is located in eastern Washington and is about 18 miles from the Washington-Idaho border. The Spokane River runs through downtown Spokane and Mount Spokane is located to the Northeast. The city is the home to Gonzaga University.