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The West Valley High School Choir performed for community members, serving military, retired servicemen, school staff and their fellow students Tuesday during the school’s annual Veterans Day program. The event also featured guest speakers and the school’s orchestra, band and dance team.
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Council reviews lodging-tax recommendations
Chamber encourages support of small businesses
Wood outpaces Wick for council
Status quo rules Election Day returns
Pot proponents protest moratorium
Return ballots by next Tuesday
First local case of flu this season underlines importance of flu shots
County, state measures round out ballot
Flu season is here – vaccines now available for all ages
Familiar face in Position 3 council race
Web page details Painted Hills process
City halts any new marijuana shops
Emergency rules for medicinal pot filed
Pearson faces newcomer challenge
Incumbent faces challenge in Rockford
City hall design gets council OK
Wick challenged by Wood for Pos. 3
Vyverberg faces District 8 opponent Glover
City Hall proposal favorably received
Find Your Way campaign underway
District introduces new digital resource Statista to library members
City budget ‘sustainable’ headed into 2016
No deal likely between railroads
Marijuana-positive drivers increased in 2014
SWAT team successfully arrests suspect, frees victim
Mobile homes burn
Vaccine rates leave Washington toddlers at risk for preventable diseases
City preparing to amend pot regulations
Clues sought regarding early-morning fires
County golf courses announce new tee time policy
Library bond failing second time
Dry landscape heightens fire danger
Still time to help attract tourism
Mining moratorium gets second hearing
Special filing period for vacant offices Aug.5-7
Rabies exposure risk rises in summer months
City admissions tax shown the door
District 8 fire levy on Aug. 4 ballot
County board expansion vote in November
Library vote to dominate primary
Mullan street work receives single bid
Opening now on Tourism Committee
Waterborne diseases pose a risk during swimming and other outdoor fun
Traffic signal eyed near Trent Elementary
Child bit by rabid bat in Liberty Lake Regional Park
Uptick in Whooping Cough Cases in Spokane County
Lawmakers support capital budget
Padden’s public safety bills supported
Shea votes against operating budget
Jail time for Valley man who used Seahawks’ names to get drugs
McDonald Road ‘diet’ to proceed as planned
Heat a health concern this weekend
New Family Law courtroom open
Fire pact unites four districts
Gothmann fills council temp spot
Comp plan requests get more study
18 interviewed for temporary council vacancy
Tune in to Sullivan Road Bridge Web cam
Homicide suspect once supported for state senate

Council to quiz 18 temp applicants

Towey running for council return
Council looks to temporarily fill Bates’ position
Argonne improvement project begins
City admissions tax considered
Grafos gives State of City address
STA sales tax proposal narrowly stalls
Southbound Sullivan Bridge closed
Mining moratorium reaffirmed by council
Input on Spokane Valley's new city hall sought
Juvenile detention, EV buses OK’d
Historic preservation further discussed
Spokane Scholars announce 24 grant recipients
City gambling tax could be reduced
Funding for Spokane Valley Tech included in Senate capital budget
House action on DUI bill urged
EVSD bus levy rounds out ballot
Padden’s DUI bill clears Senate
Four finalists named in SCC president search
University overpass won’t ease traffic
Spokane County Commute Trip Reduction program celebrates four years of ‘Bike Swap’
Alcohol use down among Spokane teens
Beekeeping rules poised for passage
Revised lodging tax dispersal OK’d
Residential street sweeping begins
U-Hi teen invited to traffic safety conference
More sand volleyball for Browns Park
Winter weather behaving as predicted with El Niño
Senate passes $15 billion transportation package
Senate OK’s bill seeking more independence for judges
Council passes emergency mining ban
Measures pass throughout Valley
Avista requests electric and natural gas rate increase in Washington
Commissioners sign agreement for dispatch service
Local music winners announced
Deputy won’t be charged in teen’s death
Police dog handler involved in shooting
Governor’s climate control proposal faces business community opposition
Pot business restrictions urged
Voters’ demand: Lower class sizes school districts’ dilemma: Paying for it
Hollenback to be honored as the 2014 Harry E. Nelson Citizen of the Year
Input sought on improvements to Old Mission Trailhead
City settles roundabout case with owners
Comprehensive plan input requested
CTR program benefits questioned
County CEO Farnell to retire in 2015
Lawmakers launch Olympia session introducing some unusual proposals
Mayor starts year with appointments
Fire department, schools have ballot requests
New chamber board of directors chosen
City solid waste handled by Sunshine in 2014 (Year in review part 2)
Managing of marijuana flares up in 2014 (Year in review part 1)
More info sought on teen pot use
Council OKs $68.6 million 2015 budget
Rep. Matt Shea re-elected for third term as House Republican assistant floor leader
Council looks at lodging tax allotments
Ebola preparedness continues in Washington hospitals
Ballots must be returned by Tuesday
Public’s help needed to get eastern Washington rail system on track
Enterovirus D68 confirmed in Spokane County
Truck problem parked for now
Two vie for prosecutor’s post
County clerk race between appointee, challenger
Assessor incumbent challenged by appraiser
Sheriff’s election outlines candidate differences
Challenger says time for change in auditor’s office
City again won’t raise property taxes
French, Johnson square off for commissioner
Shea finds challenge from businessman
Neighborhood issue keeps on truckining
Teen arson suspect arrested
Jensen resigns from EVSD school board
Council comes up with extra for charities
Senate Law and Justice Committee coming to Spokane Valley Oct. 2
Valleyfest hits its silver anniversary
Morgan name new chamber president
Thierman configuration narrowly OK’d
Police defend shooting of dog
Funding available for tourism promotion
Newman Lake access to close Sept. 9-11 for aquatic weed control
City of Spokane Valley refinances bonds
University lanes to remain the same
Work to begin on Appleway trail
French, Johnson November choice
McCaslin, Wilhite move on in 4th
Second storm hits closer to home
District 9 levy rounds out primary election
Appleway Boulevard improvements start Aug. 4
State Disaster Aid program administered by county assessor
Pair attempting to unseat incumbent as treasurer
Sullivan Road Bridge rebid awarded
Deputy saves newborn’s life
One 4th District candidate to be eliminated Aug. 5
Council poised to enact pot regulations
Council sets up sand volleyball
SCRAPS full after Fourth
Shaw steps down as chamber CEO
Browns Park future pondered
Wood Bat Tournament swings through Valley
Medical examiner’s office receives accreditation
Sprague Avenue construction continues
New motorcycle law in effect
City to wait out weed-control lawsuit
Central Valley gets new school administrators
Library District welcomes new board member
City solid in private waste option
Residents urged to participate in surveys
Graduation Ceremonies planned
Valley prepares to head to Sunshine
Adams Road improvement project begins
  Padden to address independence of administrative judges
Greenacres apartments quashed
Solid waste options considered
Mayor Dean Grafos gives State of the City address
Council conflicted over rezone
Spokane County employees receive state award for inovations
Greenacres apartment proposal decried
Sprague, Argonne work to begin
Bids opened for University, Otis Orchards stations
Spokane Valley city bond rating upgraded
Padden receives national highway-safety ‘Lifesaver’ award
Tripp named Judge of the Year
Library bond vote fails to reach mark
Restrictions eased for Valley pot growers
Proposed zone changes questioned
Sprague resurfacing to begin
Send ballots in by Tuesday
Injured teenager located in Dishman Hills trail
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
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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