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Amy Knapton, executive director of the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, and founder Bill Bialkowsky are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the crisis shelter for children. More than 67,500 children have been served throughout the years. (Colin Mulvany)
Amy Knapton, executive director of the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, and founder Bill Bialkowsky are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the crisis shelter for children. More than 67,500 children have been served throughout the years. (Colin Mulvany)

In today's Valley Voice, reporter Nina Culver attended the most recent Spokane Valley City Council meeting and heard the council debate whether to repave a section of Evergreen Road after it is dug up for a new water line here.

Pia Hallenberg met a local artist, Lisa Allen, who has been spinning out purses made from old record album covers.

Cindy Hval writes about the legacy little Vanessa Behan left on the community and a special fundraiser for the Crisis Center at local Red Robin restaurants.

And I sat in on a question and answer session with Central Valley Superintendent Ben Small where residents asked about the Feb. 14 levy election. Small will have two more of these sessions if you would like to attend. The next opportunity will be tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Liberty Lake Elementary School, 23606 E. Boone, and one more next Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at University High School, 12420 E. 32nd Ave. If you have any questions, call the district office at (509) 228-5400 or visit the district's website.




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