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‘...and they’re off!’
The seventh-annual Soap Box Derby, sponsored by the Gonzaga University Alumni Association and Spokane East Rotary, had a strong showing at Liberty Lake’s Pavillion Park last Sunday. Crowds lined the street to cheer on the youngsters who competed.
Photo by: Mike Huffman


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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
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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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