Strong Solutions | Spokane Insider 11-18-15

How to prepare your home and family for power outages

Members of the Ward family, of Wilbraham, Mass., from the left, daughters Melanie and Grace, father Chris, top, son Ben, and mother Tracey, eat dinner by the light of lanterns during a blackout in their Wilbraham home Monday, Oct. 31, 2011. The Wards have been without power since Saturday after snow and high winds from a rare late October storm brought down trees and tree limbs across the state, damaging power lines and leaving many without electricity. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Power companies across the Northwest are asking their customers to be prepared to be without electricity for 72 hours. When trying to prepare for the worst, Red Cross says to think like you are going to be camping. Read more…

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Massive winds cause extensive damage to SpokAnimal facility


Animals at SpokAnimal had to be moved on Tuesday because high winds caused damage to the facility.Just before 3:00 on Tuesday afternoon, high winds blew out windows and ripped off the roof of the facility’s kennel. Read more…

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City responds to historic windstorm


Overwhelming damage has many areas of Spokane at a stand still. Mayor David Condon and Fire Chief Bobby Williams said Tuesday evening this is a storm unlike anything they’ve seen before. Read more…

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