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  • State evaluating cleanup options for former cement plant in Valley

    The Department of Ecology is now considering options to clean up the site of a former cement manufacturing plant near the shore of the Spokane River that is still contaminated …

  • Coyote Rock docks must be removed

    Docks in the Spokane River at the upscale Coyote Rock housing development will have to be removed now that the state Supreme Court declined to take up an appeal to …

  • Environmental, fishing activists oppose dock plan

    The mood was better than anticipated when more than two dozenkayakers, canoeists and rafters set out from Plantes Ferry Park to protest 30 private docks proposed for the Coyote Rock …

  • Examiner rejects Coyote Rock development plat

    The Spokane Valley hearing examiner has sent a proposed preliminary plat for a new section of the Coyote Rock development back to the developer for revision after agreeing with the …

  • Developer, state dispute water level

    The newest phase of the Coyote Rock development on the Spokane River may be in jeopardy over a dispute about where the ordinary high-water mark should be. Whether the project …

  • River lots approved

    A developer has been granted permission by the Spokane Valley Hearing Examiner to place 51 single family homes on a 10.98-acre parcel of land that is part of the Coyote …



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