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  • Mayor promises to change business permitting process

    Mayor Mary Verner is promising to change the city’s permitting process in a new initiative unveiled last week in her State of the City address last week. Business concerns over …

  • Verner gives annual State of the City address

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner today sounded a hopeful note for financial recovery in her fourth State of the City address. Her speech last year focused on “positioning” the city for …

  • Mayor cites innovation in face of deficit

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner said Friday her administration has “plans in place and work under way” to deal with another deficit facing the city. “As we go about our business …

  • Businesses could see fees go up

    After months of debate, a proposal to raise business license fees is ready for City Council consideration. City administrators have developed a plan to increase the city’s base license fee …

  • North Central, Shadle win

    North Central survived a Rogers rally and Shadle Park rolled over Mt. Spokane in Wednesday night’s first-round games of the District 8 3A boys basketball tournament that determines regional seeding …

  • Mead, LC advance in girls basketball

    Losing the final two regular-season basketball games, to Greater Spokane League champion Lewis and Clark and third-place Shadle Park, wasn’t necessarily a bad thing for Mead. “You learn a lot …

  • U-Hi girls win, face LC

    Nyesha Joseph and Chenise Pakootas provided a 1-2 punch that carried University past visiting Gonzaga Prep 49-41 Monday night and into the double-elimination portion of the District 8 4A girls …

  • LC Tigers finish league perfect

    Nakia Arquette and Jeneva Anderson scored 12 points apiece and the host Lewis and Clark Tigers wrapped up a perfect regular season with a 63-23 Greater Spokane League basketball victory …

  • Mead ties for title

    The Mead Panthers won the first nine matches and cruised to a 58-3 Greater Spokane League wrestling victory over the Lewis and Clark Tigers (2-8) Friday night at Mead. With …

  • Call center company to add 400 jobs

    A Spokane Valley call center company plans to add about 400 jobs in the next 18 months, Greater Spokane Inc. said Friday. Newtown, Pa.-based ICT Group Inc.’s expansion is expected …



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