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22 March 2017

     15:42  Seattle‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (-59). . [76.14.64.190‎ (2×)]
     15:42 (cur | prev) . . (-7). . 76.14.64.190 (Talk) (protest-related violence is rare, not frequent)
     15:39 (cur | prev) . . (-52). . 76.14.64.190 (Talk) (no reason to tell people to never go to protests)
     02:15  Spokane‎ (diff | hist) . . (+110). . MMKK (Talk | contribs) (Stay safe)

21 March 2017

     03:08  Portland (Oregon)‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (-48). . [Dnfan‎ (2×)]
     03:08 (cur | prev) . . (-39). . Dnfan (Talk | contribs) (Fixed content. Portland is now the second largest city in the PNW, passing Vancouver, per the Canadian and US Census releases. Portland 632,309 (2015 US Census) Vancouver B.C. 631,486 (2016 Canadian Census).) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
     02:45 (cur | prev) . . (-9). . Dnfan (Talk | contribs) (The City: Fixed population, 2015 US Census Estimate.) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)