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  • An artist’s dance to display his work

    Workers installed a tall bronze statue Thursday in Spokane Valley – the latest display of public art for the community. Called “Dance of Sun & Moon,” the 16-foot-tall bronze was …


  • Doug Clark: Frisbee dog champion lets fur fly in interview

    The first thing you learn in journalism school is that the public never gets tired of stories about cuddly animals. Or cuddly cannibals, for that matter.


  • Mirabeau park called a ‘jewel’

    A Spokane Community College earth science instructor called Mirabeau Point Park a “jewel” and an “island of natural history” during a presentation before the Spokane Valley City Council on Tuesday. …


  • Trout fishing one kid-focused Valleyfestivity

    Children donning face paint and clinging to balloon animals lined up and eagerly awaited their turn to cast their lines at Fishing at the Falls Saturday. The Mirabeau Falls pond …


  • Sunny day brings families out to Valleyfest

    Children donning face paint and clinging to balloon animals lined up and anxiously awaited their turn to cast their lines at Fishing at the Falls Saturday. The Mirabeau Falls pond …


  • Accord on sewer proposal

    Spokane Valley City Attorney Mike Connelly got a pat on the back Tuesday for diplomacy on a contentious issue that could have plugged every toilet in the city. City Council …


  • Valley parks official hopes extended deadline nets bids

    Spokane Valley Parks Director Mike Stone hopes an 11-day delay will ensure there are at least three bids Tuesday for construction of the city’s new Discovery Playground. The playground in …

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