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gather at Felts The seventh-annual Neighbor Day at Felts Field last Saturday drew hundreds to check out a wide variety of aircraft, including a vintage P51 Mustang, F8F Bearcat and TBM Avenger. There were also helicopter rides, food trucks and more.
Photo by: Mike Huffmann


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Valley sets table for Crave! NW
State Parks summer BUI emphasis patrols
Staffing shortage in assessor’s office delays assessment notices
Interest growing in farmers market
Suicidal man pulled from river
Juvenile who attempted to shoot deputy sentenced to 160 months
Primary challenges in two council races
Bigelow Gulch project schedule announced
Library district director to retire
Candidate filing is next week
Police responds to near drowning of 2-year-old
Padden bill cracking down on retail theft is signed into law
Nationally recognized summer STEM program coming to Spokane - area
Washington Healthplanfinder enrollment exceeds 200,000
Second Saturday Art Tour in Spokane Valley
Communications sales tax passes
Legislature votes to make 4th DUI a felony
Hollenback passes away at 74
Cozza honored by Legislature
AV system OK’d to tune of $238,000
Spokane Scholars Foundation announces 24 award recipients
Greenacres Fire Station hosts open house April 22
O’Quinn tapped to lead INWCF
New regional bicycling maps available online
Spokane River reopened in Spokane Valley
Waste Management gets contract
Spokane Scholars Foundation celebrates 25 years
Use your smartphone to avoid road construction delays
Council affirms anti-discrimination stance
Spring recreation guide now out
Residents, cat escape injury in early morning house fire
Shoppers to see higher sales tax rates April 1 in many areas statewide
Flooding forces river closure
Liberty Lake fire station groundbreaking
Detectives investigate sexual-assault incident
U.S. withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership may cost state’s wheat farmers
Padden private property bill passes Senate
Fire extinguished in vacant residence
Heartbreak all around
Framework agreement reached to keep North Spokane Corridor project moving forward
Legislature shines spotlight on public records requests, costs
Valley planning to merge departments
Firefighters extinguish outbuilding fire in Greenacres
Senate votes to make fourth DUI a felony – for sixth time
Governor spotlights threats to Washington’s economy and natural resources from invasive species
City to partner on Crave! NW event
Educators, parents, students and Supreme Court await Legislature’s basic-education funding solution
Downing reaches finals at state 2A swimming
Bill prompted by Corrections scandal set for Thursday vote in Senate committee
Legislative proposal overhauls initiative review process to assure constitutionality
Vietnam memorial wall comes to Valley
Shea introduces legislation condemning anti-Semitism
Spokane Valley Fire Department celebrates American Heart Month
Herman celebrates golden anniversary in law
SCC partners with Central Valley High School for Saltese Flats project
New comprehensive plan for the Spokane River guides actions for reducing PCBs
Seasonal weight restrictions begin soon on county roads
Firefighters Extinguish Fire Inside Manufacturing Plant
Car dealership admits to sexual harassment, will pay $280,000
Girl dies in weekend house fire
EV's Ethan Downing qualifies for state in two more events
Snow-removal rules stalled
Winter weather is likely here to stay for a while
Valley firefighters extinguish dryer fire
Barker Rd. crossing consultant agreement derailed
Hohman named deputy city manager
2016 Awards of Excellence finalists are announced
Flu activity continues to rise in Spokane County
Mayoral appointments start new year
Work on new city hall begins in 2016
SVFD firefighters make quick stop to attic fire
Power shift shuffles council in 2016
Aircraft crash lands at Felts Field
Mission Avenue project meeting set
Valley updates on Twitter
Library effort continues in 2017
Vote for 2017 Movies in the Park
Valley fire crews battle fire in snowstorm
Health exchange sees 13-percent increase
Lodging tax allocations OK’d
More heating assistance appointments open
Two cases of mumps reported in Spokane County
Case of rare AFM confirmed in Spokane County
Valley man, 85, accused of child rape
Marketing consultants offer city ideas
Valley Hospital bought by MultiCare
Washington Healthplanfinder sees jump in enrollment
Spokane County massage therapist suspended on sexual misconduct charges
City of Spokane Valley Thanksgiving closure
Spokane Clean Air warns of pollution danger
Utility tax not favored to fix roads
O’Quinn retains commissioner seat
Fire District 8 receives Management Excellence Award
Firefighters contain fire inside warehouse
Proposed tax aimed at roads
Late-night fire results in injuries
Otis Orchards station open house Saturday
Calhoun appointed as city manager
Shea looking for another term in 4th
Kerns, Mumm means a new commissioner
O'Quinn challenged by Biviano for BOCC post
Valley sergeant honored with award
County celebrates completion of projects
Live fire demonstrations highlight open house
Sanctuary city proposal scrutinized
SVFD crews douse attic fire
Health District recommends flu shots
Snow ordinance stalled for now
Fire put out at transfer station
Homicide suspect arrested in Idaho
SCRAPS receives vaccination grant
No fed grant for Barker project
Burch named newest fire commissioner
Valley council back to seven members

Spokane Valley deputy honored with award

Valley takes steps toward future
Holyk death to get a new review
City Council hopefuls quizzed
State grants assist CVSD construction
Spokane Valley's first dog park opens
Applicants sought for council vacancy
Greater Spokane Valley Chamber celebrates 95 years
Graduation ceremonies set for area institutions
Six interviews for two council seats set
Bates’ tenure on council comes to end
Quiet primary for Valley voters
Spokane County launches new Web site
Calhoun named acting city manager
Mayor addresses State of City
Jackson investigation won’t happen
State officials will not raise I-90 speed limit in Eastern Washington
Grafos, Hafner quit council
City hall construction contract awarded
Committee could be city liability
2016 Spokane Scholars Foundation Grant Recipients’ Biographies
River closure expanded from bridge
City seeking grants to cure crossings
2016 Spokane Scholars Foundation honorees named
Police oversight committee supported
Central Valley girls take 4A state title
Council says no sidewalk funds for Blake
Suspicious fires keep SVFD busy
City manager ousted
Commissioners unanimously appoint McLaughlin
Council extends mining moratorium
EVSD, District 9 levies approved
Council considers restroom rules
2015 Awards of Excellence winners are announced
Mt. Spokane expansion moving forward
Pit bulls attack deputy, K-9

WVHS Band headed to NYC

Higgins newest Spokane Valley mayor
Inslee proposes “modest, responsible” updates to state budget
Council urges one more library try
Library effort falls short in 2015 (Year in review Part 2)
Sand volleyball proves aces in 2015 (Year in review Part 1)
Avista announces $505,000 in seasonal donations
Valley’s shoreline master plan gets update
WVHS teacher receives grant
Council Oks lodging-tax allocations
$1.8 million awarded for city projects
Spokane Valley Police Department earns reaccreditation
Storm damage costs city nearly $300,000
Things returning to normal after storm
Council reviews lodging-tax recommendations
Chamber encourages support of small businesses
City of Spokane Valley sets the record straight
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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