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  • Serial arsonist suspected in Spokane Valley

    Fire officials believe a serial arsonist is responsible for setting 19 fires in the past week in the area south of Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake. The first and largest …


  • Spokane Valley fire threatens eight homes

    Eight homes are threatened by a wildfire that broke out this afternoon south of Spokane Valley.


  • Spokane Valley looks at adding sewer

    The city of Spokane Valley is crunching numbers to see if it’s possible to add sewer to a large swath of vacant industrial land between Flora Road and Barker Road …


  • Wetlands plan updated

    A Tuesday meeting to update residents on the proposed Saltese Flats wetlands restoration project was jam-packed and at times hostile, forcing county Commissioner Shelly O’Quinn to ask people to be …


  • Plans to restore the Saltese Flats in motion

    Spokane County commissioners voted recently to move forward with a wetland restoration project on the Saltese Flats south of the Spokane Valley city limits without the participation of the city. …


  • County accepts offer to buy land

    As one of their last acts before taking a three-week vacation, Spokane County commissioners Tuesday pounced on a recreational land bargain. They accepted American West Bank’s offer to sell 552 …


  • Runoff filling dry lake, covering Saltese Flats

    Spokane County officials can take no credit for the lake that has risen on Saltese Flats south of Spokane Valley. The county’s ratepayer-funded Utilities Division has purchased about 500 acres …


  • Runoff filling dry lake

    Spokane County officials can take no credit for the lake that has risen on Saltese Flats south of Spokane Valley. The county’s ratepayer-funded Utilities Division has purchased about 500 acres …


  • County receives conservation list

    Spokane County’s Conservation Futures program may get a new, narrower target for acquiring public open-space land. County commissioners received a staff and advisory committee recommendation to focus on the top …


  • County receives conservation list

    Spokane County’s Conservation Futures program may get a new, narrower target for acquiring public open-space land.


  • Lawsuit over river discharges could be boon for wetland

    A lawsuit over river discharges threatens the January 2012 startup of a new Spokane County sewage treatment plant, so officials are working on a backup. Plan B, restoration of a …

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