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Progress on Barker
The Spokane Valley City Council agreed on Tuesday to proceed with condemnation proceedings, if necessary, to continue progress on the grade separation project at Barker Road near Trent Avenue at the Burlington Northern Santa Fe crossing.
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Driver arrested, pursuit ends safely
Balfour Park Master Plan update meeting Sept. 18
AG Ferguson challenges Trump’s attempt to remove protections for immigrant children
Gasoline prices to be a quarter cheaper
Spokane Gun Club targets West Plains
YWCA announces award recipients for 2019 law-enforcement appreciation breakfast
Amendment proposed to regional SRTC plan
Spokane Regional Health District appoints new administrative officer
Public invited to help State Parks with long-range strategic planning
Incumbents, Hattenburg lead primary
Firefighters extinguish Greenacres RV, garage fire
Primary election ballots due by Tuesday
Spokane Indians commit to zero waste by 2022
State health officials declare hepatitis A outbreak in multiple counties
Vehicle Submerged in Spokane River
Woodard looks to fend off challengers
Three vie for Position 6 on council
Kaminskas facing two in Aug. 6 primary
Burn restrictions in place
Peetz facing two challengers for re-election
Burch facing a pair of challengers in SFVD
Firefighters extinguish Mirabeau Point wildfire
Valley grapples with homeless situation
Crave! at CenterPlace this weekend
Study says need increasing for services
Sheriff's deputy fired for violent racial epithets, sexual harassment
Fourth of July: fireworks spark concerns about safety and insurance
Weighted blankets now on fire trucks
SVFD hosting risk-assessment consortium
AG secures $5.1 million in relief for ITT students
SVFD, Starbucks partner up
Newman Lake public access closed June 24-25
WIC heads to market
Armed man arrested for forcing way into home
Simple precautions to avoid black fly bites
Commerce awards $1 million to support small businesses
Spring pests are coming out
City of Spokane Valley Memorial Day closures
Council primary looks to be busy one
Input sought on proposed amendment to projects
Governor signs Padden bill to require mediation between elected officials before lawsuits begin
Arbitrator upholds termination of deputy
New measles cases in multiple Washington counties
Governor signs law strengthening MMR immunization requirements
Legislators roll out school safety proposals
Deputy involved shooting North Cherry Street
National Safe Boating Week starts May 18
Fatal motorcycle crash on Broadway
Estranged husband found dead after abducting son
Personal objection will no longer exempt children from school vaccinations
Pines railway meeting Thursday
Senate passes amended operating budget, negotiations begin
Kindness prevails after cat cruelty case
Senate Democrats roll out budget and accompanying “Fix Our Tax Code” plan
Seasonal weight restrictions in effect
Council OKs agreement with arts group
Senate passes Padden bill to improve prosecution of child human-trafficking cases
House passes bill to eliminate philosophical or personal objection to vaccines
Legislation on School Resource Officer training requirements pass senate
MultiCare Valley Hospital receives five-star quality rating
Inslee launches 2020 presidential campaign
Winterfest proposal gets warm reception
Geiger work crew inmate walks away from work detail
51st state movement highlights cultural divide in Washington state
Bring Back Our $30 Car Tabs initiative
Another sentencing scandal at Corrections prompts frustration, public records request
Firefighters battle large paint business fire
Amendments to TIP includes Valley projects
Valley Firefighters Extinguish Basement Fire
Fire levy gets OK by Valley voters
Continued resistance against gun control initiative
Ballots must be in mail Tuesday
Sheriff"s office welcomes five new deputies
Snow gate pilot program proves successful
Death penalty slated for execution
Capt. Cruger memorial services set
Mother cited for exploitation child
Padden bill bans dwarf-tossing contests, aims to end exploitation of ‘little people’
Medical marijuana could be allowed on school grounds
Inslee pushes state capital gains tax
Native American voting rights bill proposed ahead of upcoming legislative session
Early morning chimney fire displaces six
Tobacco sales to anyone under 21 could become illegal
Increase in Flu Hospitalizations, Deaths in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho
2018 second half - year in review
2018 first half - year in review
City presents Jan. 16 market research workshop for local businesses
City of Spokane Valley awards $242k for tourism promotion
Spokane Valley Christmas holiday hours set
Amendment proposed to Transportation Improvement Program
Spokane Valley not voting on plan to create 51st state
Former legislator Schindler dies at 74
Since incorporating as a city in March 2003, Spokane Valley has gone from an abstract patch of Spokane County sprawl to the state's eighth largest city.
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