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Felts Field
The tower at Felts Field will soon be without air-traffic controllers as the Federal Aviation Administration has added the small airport to its list in order to save millions as part of the national “sequestration” process.
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The Spokane Valley News Herald 2013 Archives
Sequestration threatened Felts Field in early 2013
More money suggested for street work
Towey, Schimmels end runs on council
City could condemn Argonne property
Cole honored with Key to the City
Spokane Valley one of "Top Cities for Women Bicyclists"
Council considers historical preservation perks
Board of County Commissioners OKs 2014 budget
Nurses strike, locked out until Saturday
Scotties to play Mount Baker in Tacoma
Eight apply for city of Spokane Valley appointments
Assault resembles ‘knockout game’
Spokane Valley Mall Robbery
Ballots all in, recounts coming
Help pick movies for Mirabeau
City looks toward 2014 legislative session
Charges sought against U-Hi teen
Majority of Washington citizens willing to pay more for transportation
Council’s anti-exposure law gets thumbs up
Balance shifts to Pace in council race
Public comment period for updated Transportation Improvement Program
Structure fire controlled at Spokane Industrial Park
Schimmels, Pace too close to call
Lodging tax recommendations made
Krause the teacher earns place in Inland Empire Sports Hall of Fame
Unlawful public exposure law coming
Ballots must be mailed by Tuesday
Heritage Museum recognized
Spokane Valley Library to temporarily close
Voters get last chance to hear EV board candidates
House to lose retiring Crouse
Lunstroth sees challenge from Helms in EVSD
Freeman, Hamlin square off for Millwood mayoral seat
Morgan challenges Hafner for City Council
DeVleming adds interest in fire board race against Schmidt
Two newcomers seek soon-vacant Beckett LL post
Incumbent faces challenge for LL Pos. 4
Thompson challenges Higgins at polls this time
Bates, Beaulac guarantee new look to council
Baristas get City Council’s attention
Orlander challenged by Haskins for Liberty Lake’s Pos. 1
Two U-Hi students killed in car crash
Bears skin Tigers 28-0, prepare for U-Hi
EVSD board candidates square off
Valley nonprofit looking for a few good partners
Valleyfest, Doering recognized
Bare baristas touch a nerve
Woman attacked, teens go on crime spree
Agencies revise agreement to include separate environmental reviews for Cherry Point coal terminal proposal
City studies manufactured-home parks
Commissioners ponder allowing ATVs to use roadways
Council of Governments highlights regional activity
County commissioners support Prop 1
Valleyfest marks end of summer
Indiana/Pines, Mirabeau construction to start
Burn ban still in effect
City won’t pursue Painted Hills
Jackson receives Key to City
Volunteer group places Little Free Library on proposed park/library site
Painted Hills decision to come Tuesday
Fire commissioners approve settlement with architect
Brothers arrested for multiple felonies
Sullivan bridge replacement in 2014
Paws in the Pool gets paddlin’
Brush fire Near mall leaves one injured
Pot rules revised
City ponders Painted Hills’ future
Sullivan bridge resurfacing underway
Special filing period ends
Robert Cray to perform Aug. 17
Cantwell visits Valley to stump farm bill
Williams cannot be caught in Idaho 200
City could add sewer service to industrial area
Schimmels to face Pace in general election
Park, library plans moving forward
Plenty of elections on primary ballot
BNSF sued over coal trains, dust
Schimmels faces Loberg, Pace for council seat
Former Crescent eyed as potential City Hall
City asked to save Painted Hills Golf Course
K-8 gets EVSD candidate focus in primary
Governor signs Padden’s DUI bill
Incumbent faces two challengers on EB board
Ap shows Spokane Valley haps
SCRAPS recruitment fair July 24
Nielsen named District 8 chief
Creach family to receive $2 million
Commissioners will challenge initiatives
American Legion baseball players to lay the lumber on the Fourth
County expands shoot ban area
Local war veteran finalist for MLB tribute
Council parses budget at retreat
New pot dates updated by board
Changes coming to lodging-tax allocations
Decant construction contract OK’d
Air Spokane Initiative seeks to position Spokane International Airport as a possible aerospace hub
Cantwell hails Senate passage of Farm Bill
Deputy-involved shooting investigated
Spokane International Airport’s future is not only about flying
Central Valley senior receives Key to City
Graduation ceremonies set for weekend
Council tweaks budget for extra funding
Cantwell tours Spokane Valley processor
County to submit Saltese floodplain study
Liquor Board to accept public input through June 10
Council considers polishing Appleway
Spokane Valley Gateway Sign dedicated
Last-minute candidates ensure council races
Law gets tough on boating under the influence
Candidates start filing for council seats
City remains patient on new pot regulations
Felts Field tower gets reprieve
Farmers market? It’s up to community
Candidates can file for office in person or online
Come review Appleway Trail Draft Master Plan
Gateway sign dedication ceremony next Wednesday
2013 Spokane Scholars Foundation Award recipients named
Architects to be interviewed by SVFD board
Dangerous dog rules to align with county’s
Padden bills about boating safety, autopsies win House support
Balfour Park, library workshop Monday
Cantwell joins fight to keep towers open
Decant facility contract OK’d
Padden meets Lilac reps in Olympia
McMorris Rodgers chats with Valley council
Council OKs changes to county contracts
Tower at Felts Field, others to stay open for now
Sullivan preservation project to begin Apr. 22
Arrest made after Dishman area shooting
Sprague ADA improvements project scheduled
Police focus on gangs, property crimes
Dist. 8 updating strategic plan
Council OKs final 2013 roadwork plans
Felts Field feels sting of sequestration
Drone surveillance legislation fails to survive March 13 cutoff
Education-related policy bills remain alive as lawmakers move to fill budget priorities
Erotic Boutique declared ‘nuisance’
EV board reaffirms K-8 transition
Booth Gardner, 19th governor of Washington, dies at 76
A look back at how it all began
City to celebrate first decade Saturday
Four more fire stations get names
City taking wait-and-see approach to pot rules
Signage, Sprague parking get council look
Judge to rule on Sprague adult shop
CV boys settle for fourth in state hoops
Council OKs funds for Balfour study
Gun ownership background checks expanded in House bill proposal
Espresso stand robbed
Civil trial possible in Creach case
EV bond request flatly denied
Teens may get vote-registration privilege
Heads, Higgins wins after coin toss
Special election ballots due Tuesday
County looking to collect lost sewer fees
Quintet quizzed for council position
‘Clock starts’ for animal shelter opening
Collins named newest Valley fire chief
Greenacres teacher honored with Key to the City
City Council talks shop concerns
Council OKs MOU on solid waste pact
New governor maps new direction for jobs, education, health care and more
Valley chamber announces award finalists
Council candidates picked for interviews
SCRAPS aims for 2014 opening of new shelter
Ecology OKs shoreline master program
SCRAPS contract gets council OK
CV band to play at inauguration parade
Gothmann to be honored with Nelson award
Ambulance contract renewed, amended
Spokane Valley launches 2013 Community Recognition Program
Sullivan Road Bridge meeting Jan. 9
Animal-control contract gets city focus in ‘12
O’Quinn joins county commissioners
Library, city partnership proposed in early 2012
State, city decant partnership moves forward
Sullivan Road Bridge gets legislative focus
Search begins for interim council member
Large trucks focus of new city ordinance
Grassel resigns from council
Council settles on lodging tax funds
Pearson sworn in as fire commissioner
Coal trains fire passionate debate
Pact with SCRAPS nearing completion
County set to pass budget next week
Work on Station 6 wrapping up
9-1-1 service back after shutdown
Funding toward Sullivan Bridge replacement received
Council prepares for lodging tax distribution
Seven express interest in Planning Commission
Shea named assistant floor leader
Council OKs business route, overpass study
Nothing changes in a week of vote counting
Russians have actually launched in our direction
Incumbents do well in general election
Council gives final approval to budget
Sprague could become business route through city
Readers, writers reflect on Herald’s influence over 90 years
Florence Boutwell knew little of the Spokane Valley terrain, let alone the history, when she enlisted in the U.S. Navy and headed west from New Jersey almost 68 years ago.
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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