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Excitement in the neighborhood
The police presence was heavy -- and traffic also disrupted -- while a federal warrant was served to 50-year-old James Maclean in the area of Vista Road and Alki Avenue on Monday afternoon. Maclean -- who had multiple felony warrants for his arrest -- surrendered peacefully to U.S. marshals.
Photo by: Mike Huffman

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Fire bond request before Newman Lake residents
Commissioners OK interim pot ordinance
Share input on Yardley stormwater project
Cooperative extension celebrates 100 years
Library ballots arriving in mail
City eyes future pedestrian, bike projects
Pot restrictions could be loosened
Boil advisory remains in effect
City set to boost police presence
Spokane Valley launches free app
Legislature ends on time with basic ed funding unresolved
City to prepare solid-waste plan
Lottery funds could be the ticket for new classrooms
Legislators back Padden bill to protect fresh food from government red tape
Contribute to Mirabeau Point Park
Council OKs second phase of decant facility
Cities scrapping for share of marijuana tax revenues
Legislators at odds on addressing basic education funding
City hesitant to commit to solid waste pact
Messaging nixed at council meetings
Free Press Publishing buys Ritzville Adams County Journal
Fallquist stepping down after 32 years
Officer names released from shooting at mall
EVSD holding meetings, seek new top boss
Trail, Balfour likely to receive funding first
Council members committee assignments made
Council passes interim pot regulations
Schimmels dies early Wednesday
Appointee Christian begins work in Legislature
Alki stretch set to be vacated
Grafos becomes city’s fifth mayor
Mansfield Avenue connection open house
Studies show quake risk
French named board chairman for 2014
Bawdy baristas get city in tizzy in ‘13
Pot problem gets city’s focus
Flu sending more to hospitals
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
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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