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Saturday's highlights

Photos and flowers are seen in the Pines Cemetery’s Mausoleum on Wednesday. Fairmount Memorial Association has acquired the Pines Cemetery and South Pines Cemetery. (Tyler Tjomsland)
Photos and flowers are seen in the Pines Cemetery’s Mausoleum on Wednesday. Fairmount Memorial Association has acquired the Pines Cemetery and South Pines Cemetery. (Tyler Tjomsland)

Photos and flowers are seen in the Pines Cemetery’s Mausoleum on Wednesday. Fairmount Memorial Association has acquired the Pines Cemetery and South Pines Cemetery. SR photo/Tyler Tjomsland

The wet weather returned again today, but we have some highlights from Saturday's Valley Voice to keep us entertained while we stay dry. Reporter Lisa Leinberger has a story on Pines Cemetery and South Pines Cemetery being purchased by the Fairmount Memorial Association. The Pines Cemetery has been run by the Opportunity Cemetery Association since 1910. The South Pines Cemetery opened in 2007.

The city of Spokane Valley is considering new regulations on shoreline development as part of its state mandated update of the Shoreline Master Program. Last week the city council and the city's planning commission had a joint meeting to go over the draft regulations. A public hearing and an open house will be held in July.

Correspondent Steve Christilaw has a story on longtime East Valley cross country and track and field coach Dave McCarty. He has been with the district as a teacher and a coach for 36 years. He was also a star athlete in the district as a student.




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