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KHQ.COM - This Throwback Thursday is sort of a double  throwback. This is a story we ran in 1989 looking back on Expo '74. However, we have taken another look back at Expo '74 as it has now been 40 years since the World's Fair came to Spokane. KHQ has made a documentary about the event that put Spokane on the map and changed our history. You can see the documentary on SWX this Friday at 6 p.m. on Comcast channel 306 and Time Warner channel 306. For a list of channels in your area, check out: http://www.swxrightnow.com/story/9914380/swx-on-tv

You can also catch it online here: http://www.khq.com/category/282696/a-worlds-fair-40-years-later-expo-74-spokane-washington

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