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Saturday’s highlights

Ten-year-old Kaylee Martin and her mom Michele Martin browse the book selection at Liberty Lake Library on Tuesday. The library is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. SR photo/Kathy Plonka

Now that we're all back from a lengthy weekend, let's take a look at some highlights from Saturday's Valley Voice. Reporter Lisa Leinberger has a story on the 10th anniversary of the Liberty Lake Library, which started with donated books. The full service library is now planning a special celebration to mark its anniversary.

The Spokane County fire dispatch center is ironing out the bugs in new software that will allow real time tracking of every fire engine in Spokane County once new digital radios go online. The old soflware would not have been compatible with the new radio system, which forced the upgrade. The tracking could reduce response times in some cases as the system automatically dispatches whoever is closest to a call regardless of where they are based.

The Spokane Valley City Council talked a little trash last week as they discussed an ongoing study to determine the cheapest way to dispose of the city's trash over the next decade. Lisa also has a second story on several projects approved in the West Valley School District, including rehavilitating the track at West Valley High School and buying two new school buses.

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