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  • Small landslide exposes graves at Spokane cemetery

    Cemetery officials will take a closer look today at a small landslide that exposed several graves over the holiday weekend at Fairmount Memorial Park in northwest Spokane. The slide on …

  • Poor recordkeeping leads to double-sold lots at Evergreen Cemetery

    When airlines double-book seats, customers get irritated. When a cemetery double-sells gravesites, people come unglued. That’s what has played out in Post Falls since the city-run Evergreen Cemetery discovered last …

  • Man charged with burglarizing Spokane Valley cemeteries

    Police arrested a man Thursday who is suspected of stealing items from memorial niches at local cemeteries. Richard D. Hall, 30, is facing charges for burglarizing and damaging a cemetery. …

  • Trump considers plan for swank cemetery

    NEWARK, N.J. – They say you can’t take it with you when you die, but that’s not necessarily true for the wealthiest Americans – like Donald Trump. He announced this …

  • Cemetery, vault plan approved

    A cemetery and columbarium have been approved next to Mt. Spokane High School grounds. It will be just east of the high school grounds and behind Mt. Spokane Church, 6311 …

  • Jfk’s Secretary Interred At Arlington

    Evelyn Norton Lincoln, who was President Kennedy’s personal secretary, was remembered Friday in a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.



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