With the Zags going for the NCAA Tournament title tonight, university and Spokane community leaders are urging fans to watch responsibly.
Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward, Gonzaga University President Thayne McCulloh and Spokane police Chief Craig Meidl released a joint statement Monday ahead of tonight’s championship game against Baylor.
“Cheering on the Zags is a gift we have had since November. For months, we have been good community teammates by wearing our masks and gathering responsibly,” Woodward said in a statement. “Let’s stay on the road to healthy outcomes as we root for our team and their success.”
Meidl said the Spokane Police Department will have extra resources available “in
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