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Tuesday, July 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

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Swim budget drying up

Spokane County may close Holmberg Park swimming pool next year because of budget problems. The pool, which is the county park system’s oldest, has the lowest attendance and the highest …


County’s sewer project gets officially under way

One of the largest public works projects in Spokane County history, which has been nearly 30 years in the making, got its official start Thursday as local officials “turned dirt” …


Law enforcement billing hearing delayed

The Washington state auditor is being asked to help resolve a $2 million dispute between Spokane County and the city of Spokane Valley over law enforcement costs. But discussing the …


Spokane County adds health care incentive to retire early

Hoping to trim payroll costs, Spokane County will begin encouraging early retirement for eligible employees. As an incentive, the county will help with the cost of medical insurance for those …


Doug Clark: Layoffs plus raises equals funny math

Reading that hefty automatic pay raises have been handed to some of our highest paid Spokane County officials made me realize that the newspaper is still the best delivery system …


No decision on financing for plant

Spokane County commissioners had a novel idea Wednesday about helping to pay for the new sewage treatment plant the county’s trying to build: Perhaps the city of Spokane Valley, whose …