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  • Council gives up Valley’s portion of CDBG funds

    The Spokane Valley City Council voted Tuesday evening to send a letter to Spokane County Board of Commissioners asking to rescind the Valley’s part of the federal Community Development Block …

  • Council OKs funds for development, social service groups

    The Spokane Valley City Council used a new formula to award funding to economic development and social service agencies Tuesday, avoiding a protracted discussion on what organizations should be funded …

  • Spokane Valley council OKs bike master plan

    In a surprising move, the Spokane Valley City Council unanimously approved the city’s new Bike and Pedestrian Master Program on Tuesday. The plan had been heavily scrutinized by council members, …

  • Ground Force to expand in Post Falls

    A Post Falls manufacturer of above-ground mining equipment is planning a $6.5 million expansion that should create at least 50 jobs as it starts making equipment for underground mining. Ground …

  • City considers bid for Carlyle Care Center

    Spokane leaders believe they finally have a viable buyer that will maintain the Carlyle Care Center as stable downtown housing serving people with mental illness. The city bought the Carlyle …

  • Apartment projects target affordability

    A Hayden company has begun construction on an affordable housing apartment complex for people 55 and older on the west side of Coeur d’Alene. Whitewater Creek also recently was approved …

  • Sixth Avenue widening approved

    The Airway Heights City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday night to make street, water main and sewer improvements to various parts of the city with three different projects. The …



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