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Saturday's highlights

The East Valley High School girls soccer team is returning a strong squad for the fall season. On Wednesday, they worked on drills at the school. (Jesse Tinsley)
The East Valley High School girls soccer team is returning a strong squad for the fall season. On Wednesday, they worked on drills at the school. (Jesse Tinsley)

The East Valley High School girls soccer team is returning a strong squad for the fall season. On Wednesday, they worked on drills at the school. SR photo/Jesse Tinsley

Okay, I'm back. My nest has been successfully empied and I'm ready to get back to work with some highlights from Saturday's Valley Voice. Reporter Lisa Leinberger recently stopped in at the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum, which is opening a new World War II exhibit featuring the Tuskegee Airmen, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Navajo Code Talkers.

Lisa also has a feature on the calls responded to by the Spokane Valley Fire Department, which also includes a reminder about the burn ban currently in effect. Dog owners can take advantage of a new opportunity Thursday with a Paws in the Pool swim event for dogs at Valley Mission Pool. It should be a fun event.

Correspondent Steve Christilaw has a story on the East Valley High School girls soccer team, which has a strong bond. The team is expected to go far this year after several league titles.




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