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Wednesday, June 26, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Project aims to reduce fire risk on South Hill bluff

Two dozen volunteers thinned ponderosa pine trees and trimmed branches on the South Hill bluff on Sunday in a demonstration project for reducing fire risk. “The idea is to manage …


First Miss Spokane lived in now-restored Craftsman house

The house in the Marycliff-Cliff Park National Register Historic District on Spokane’s South Hill is but one of several lovely Craftsman-style homes gracing the neighborhood, but this one, also listed …


Volunteers have created wildly popular trail system on bluff

For more than two decades, a don’t-ask, don’t-tell volunteer trail-building effort has been wildly successful on the South Hill bluff below High Drive. Spokane has a premier neighborhood recreation area …


Dutiful Doo-Crew relieves South Hill bluff of waste

A group of four women has taken on a heavy load in maintaining the natural appeal of the South Hill Bluff. They call themselves the Doo-Crew, and here’s the latest …


Woman finds swastika on door

A resident in the 600 block of South Helena with four bi-racial children awoke to find a black swastika spray painted on her front door Sunday. Police are investigating the …


Market’s live shows to go on, with new scientific purpose

Music will be allowed again at a South Hill market – at least for three more shows. A noise complaint forced the Rocket Market at High Drive and 43rd Avenue …


Ban ends live music outside local market

The Rocket Market on Spokane’s South Hill has been banned from hosting its thrice-weekly live outdoor music shows. Co-owners Shanda and Alan Shepherd were notified by letter from the Spokane …


Arsonists torch three vehicles on the South Hill

People in a South Hill neighborhood woke up to the sound of fire, police sirens and their cars set on fire early Sunday morning. Three cars were set on fire …


Home invasion results in shooting of one suspect

Spokane Police this morning reported that a home invasion about 2 a.m. led to the shooting of one of two invaders by a resident trying to protect himself.


Break-ins leave many on edge

Six homes in Susan Morgan’s neighborhood had already been robbed when two more were hit just down the street. So the Southgate neighborhood resident had a home alarm system installed, …