Stories tagged: skip chilberg
Tue., Jan. 13, 2015, 6:26 p.m.
County CEO announces retirement, Mielke a possible candidate for job
Spokane County CEO Marshall Farnell plans to retire this year after more than 40 years working in county government. County Commission Todd Mielke is a possible candidate to replace him.
Tue., Jan. 25, 2011, midnight
Sheriff planning to hire Chilberg
Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich hopes to profit from former Spokane County Treasurer Skip Chilberg’s recent re-election defeat. Knezovich had been wishing for a budget director when voters gave Chilberg his pink …
Mon., Jan. 24, 2011, 8:20 p.m.
Ex-county treasurer will be sheriff’s budget director
Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich hopes to profit from former Spokane County Treasurer Skip Chilberg’s recent re-election defeat.
Wed., Nov. 10, 2010, midnight
Chilberg concedes treasurer race to Chase
Spokane County Treasurer Skip Chilberg conceded defeat Tuesday to his general election challenger, Rob Chase. Chilberg said he called Chase to offer his congratulations.
Thu., Nov. 4, 2010, midnight
Voters vent frustrations with GOP gains in county, state
Democrat Chris Marr conceded defeat Wednesday night in the record-breaking million-dollar battle for a Spokane County state Senate seat. Marr made up some ground in the second day of ballot …
Tue., Oct. 12, 2010, midnight
Spokane County treasurer’s race
Treasurer Skip Chilberg and challenger Rob Chase are in a race that started as a walk.
Thu., Sept. 16, 2010, midnight
GreenHouse plans to grow with new center in Deer Park
The GreenHouse Community Center is hoping to build a new home for itself in Deer Park. It has launched a capital funding campaign to raise money for the new center, …
Wed., Sept. 1, 2010, midnight
French hangs on for general election
A final vote count in last month’s primary election, to be certified today, didn’t turn around any races or trigger an automatic recount. Republican county commissioner candidate Al French retained …
Wed., March 5, 2008, midnight
States protest bond ratings
Several state treasurers, including those for Idaho and Washington, on Tuesday protested debt rating practices that penalize public bonds safer than the derivative investments blowing up on Wall Street. In …