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MacArthur Foundation grant will reduce jail crowding

Spokane County has been rewarded for its efforts at criminal justice reform, with the deep-pocketed MacArthur Foundation selecting the area for a competitive grant to reduce overcrowding at the aging …


Grant to help students at Shaw, Garry middle schools

A three-year, $400,000 grant funded by Community Partners for Middle School Success is going toward the Hillyard Youth Collaborative, a program that will work to keep students at Shaw and …


Idaho gets federal grant to inventory rare species

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is getting $950,000 to begin an inventory on rare species. The agency announced the grant Thursday, compliments of the U.S. Fish …


Council weighs Mission speed limit

Most members of the Spokane Valley City Council seemed to be in agreement Tuesday that the speed limit on Mission Avenue between Flora and Barker roads should be lowered from …


City will pursue grant for Sullivan bridge

The city of Spokane Valley has an opportunity to get a grant for the $10 million needed to build a replacement for the failing Sullivan Road Bridge that carries southbound …


SCC lands share of aerospace grant

Spokane Community College’s Air Washington Program – a consortium of 14 colleges, two aerospace companies and an apprenticeship committee – will be awarded a $20 million grant, the U.S. Department …


Grant will help prosecute sex crimes against children

The Kootenai County prosecutor’s office received a $494,000 grant from the U.S. Justice Department to prosecute people who sexually abuse and exploit children and to enforce sex offender registration laws.


Council weighing putting $6.4 million Sprague-Appleway bond on ballot

The city of Spokane Valley is discussing putting a $6.4 million bond on the November ballot to pay for the conversion of Sprague and Appleway to two-way between Argonne and …


City will apply for state Ecology grant

Spokane Valley City Councilwoman Brenda Grassel cast the only vote against applying for a $125,000 grant from the Department of Ecology to help pay for the ongoing update of the …


Federal grant for gear helps Fire District 8

Spokane County Fire District 8 south of Spokane Valley was recently awarded a $315,000 grant that will be used to replace aging breathing apparatus. The grant was awarded by the …


Kroc Center adding 140 parking spaces

Construction will start this spring on a one-story parking deck at Coeur d’Alene’s popular Kroc Center, thanks to a $2 million grant from the Salvation Army. Before the Salvation Army …


Grant makes services for diabetics a priority

A $15.7 million federal grant is expected to bolster medical services for diabetics living in Eastern Washington. Spokane-based Inland Northwest Health Services will use the federal stimulus funds to work …


Grant revs up computers

The American Indian Community Center received a $232,000 grant through the Federal Administration for Native Americans, and now 10 brand-new work stations are humming in a small computer lab toward …


East Valley ‘Jurors’ to wrestle with doubt

Students at East Valley High School will present their fall play, “Twelve Angry Jurors,” beginning Thursday. The three-act play by Sherman L. Sergel is adapted from the television show by …