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FIRST ON KHQ: Brad McQuarrie, the General Manager with Mt. Spokane has announced that as long as the weather cooperates, there is now enough snow on the mountain to open for business! As long as it doesn't rain, Mt. Spokane will open this Saturday, November 23rd!

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