August 19, 2013 in City

Morning Review: Spokane frequent flyer program, Coug linebackers strong

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By The Spokesman-Review
Today will be sunny with a high of 87 degrees and a low of 57 degrees. Here’s the extended forecast for the Spokane area.

Getting There
Spokane city officials are planning an open house today from 4:30 to 6 p.m. to give members of the public a chance to learn more about major projects and plans along the Spokane River, from Riverfront Park to Glover Field in Peaceful Valley. The projects involve turning Post Street from Spokane Falls Boulevard to the north end of the Post Street Bridge into a one-way street northbound. For more traffic delays, read this week’s Getting There column.

Today’s events
Check out these events around town, or visit the full list at Spokane 7.

Local news

Airport offers frequent flyer program: Spokane International Airport has launched its own frequent flyer award program based on purchases of parking and retail at the airport. Enrolled participants will receive air miles.

Big rate increases at Boundary County home An assisted living facility owned by Boundary County that’s been an affordable haven for seniors for 60 years is now one of the more reliable units on the team.


The Heels for Healing race was held in downtown Spokane to benefit the Women’s Healing and Empowerment Network. Check out a picture story on the event. (Dan Pelle/The Spokesman Review)

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