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  • Sally Jackson has been teaching swimming in Spokane Valley for 64 years

    Sally Jackson began teaching kids how to swim when she was just 19 years old – and she hasn’t stopped. “I just loved it so much that I’ve done it …

  • Baseball still special sport

    I’ve always believed that warm spring and summer evenings were created so we could sit under an open sky and watch baseball. We’ve been watching baseball in the good old …

  • Longtime Valley mentor Sally Jackson returns to field to coach T-ball

    It comes as no surprise to see Sally Jackson back on a baseball field, this time coaching a team of Spokane Valley area 4- and 5-year-olds at T-ball. “I used …

  • Fresh Sheet: Market finds new South Perry spot

    The South Perry Farmers Market is still in the neighborhood. Plans to move inside for the winter were disrupted when the fire marshal wouldn’t issue a permit for its planned …

  • Few voters cast ballots

    Despite a lot of campaign spending and generous doses of controversy, Spokane Valley’s City Council elections last month failed to generate as much turnout as the Liberty Lake Sewer and …

  • Kennedy’s journey brought him to Spokane

    The road that carried U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy to the heights of American political power passed through Spokane nearly 50 years ago when his brother, John F. Kennedy, was …

  • Valley groups keep up fight

    Supporters of an effort to disincorporate the city of Spokane Valley say they have more than half the signatures needed to put the proposal before voters. But they’ll have to …

  • Group vows to disband

    An enthusiastic crowd of Spokane Valley residents vowed Monday to do what they could to disincorporate their 5-year-old city. “I think we had 132 sign in,” meeting organizer Sally Jackson …

  • Activist starts third disincorporation effort

    Civic activist Sally Jackson has scheduled a meeting Monday to see whether there’s enough support for a third drive to disincorporate Spokane Valley. “My guess is there will be,” Jackson …



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