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  • East Valley looks forward to home opener against Post Falls

    It was cool for start of the third week of the high school football season, the kind of afternoon that makes a hoodie functional as well as fashionable. The East …


  • Valley Voice will be reduced to once-a-week publication

    Beginning next week, the Valley Voice is consolidating into one edition. This weekend will mark the final publication for the Saturday Valley Voice, as its content shifts over to the …


  • The Verve: CV grad uses art to explore hidden purpose of humanity

    Mara Orenstein, 18, is only just beginning her creative ventures. She will be heading off to Seattle University in the fall with a sketchbook, an open mind and many questions.


  • The Verve: CV grad uses art to explore hidden purpose of humanity

    Mara Orenstein, 18, is only just beginning her creative ventures. She will be heading off to Seattle University in the fall with a sketchbook, an open mind and many questions.


  • U-Hi track standout Upmeyer finding success at EWU

    Austin Upmeyer isn’t alone anymore and he likes the company. A 2013 University High graduate was one of the best sprinters in the state during his prep track and field …


  • Letters

    Symphony, hotel menu tasteful pairing Kudos to Mirabeau Park Hotel for hosting a very delightful evening on March 26 with the Spokane Symphony! The music program and menu were cleverly …


  • In brief: CVSD accepting award nominations

    SPOKANE VALLEY – The board of directors of Central Valley School District is now accepting nominations for its annual Meritorious Service Awards. Each year, the awards honor exemplary contributions toward …


  • Starting a church, changing lives appeal to Spokane Baptist’s pastor

    Tom Asbury, pastor of Spokane Baptist, grew up in Spokane and graduated from South Carolina’s Bob Jones University with a degree in religion. He planted his first church in the …


  • Starting a church, changing lives appeal to Spokane Baptist’s pastor

    Tom Asbury, pastor of Spokane Baptist, grew up in Spokane and graduated from South Carolina’s Bob Jones University with a degree in religion. He planted his first church in the …


  • In brief: SCRAPS waiving pet adoption fees

    SPOKANE VALLEY – Through the remainder of the holiday season, Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service will waive adoption fees for pets. The goal is to empty the shelter and …


  • In brief: SCRAPS to offer $25 cat adoptions

    SPOKANE VALLEY – Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Services (SCRAPS), 2521 N. Flora Road, will have a $25 special on cat adoptions through Saturday. The special includes spay/neuter surgery, pet …


  • Plum jam can-do spirit alive again

    I’m in a jam. I’m making plum jam, and I haven’t made jam in a long time. But it’s kind of like riding a bicycle, so in reacquainting myself with …


  • Letters

    Happy family doesn’t make good council Recent Valley Voice full-page ads featuring City Council candidates Marilyn Cline, Chuck Hafner, Arne Woodard and Dean Grafos, with their “vote for me” smiles, …


  • Letters

    City’s salary increases wrong in tough economy I see in The Spokesman-Review (Valley Voice, June 18) that the Spokane Valley City Council is planning a budget that includes a 2.5 …


  • Letters

    St. John Vianny School vandalism despicable I live near St. John Vianney Catholic Church in the Spokane Valley. My neighbors are very upset about a proposed housing project for seniors …


  • In brief: Registration open for junior soccer

    SPOKANE VALLEY – Registration is now open for the Spokane Valley Junior Soccer Association’s fall/spring 2011-’12 season. A new U5 division will begin in the fall.


  • In brief: Free produce, food April 23, May 28

    TRENTWOOD – East Valley Baptist Church, 14516 E. Wellesley Ave., and Second Harvest Inland Northwest Food Bank will be handing out food at the food Pantry at the church on …


  • With win, Titans tied for second in GSL baseball

    University High School’s baseball team, with virtually a new lineup, repeated what last year’s veterans had done. The Titans, with 13-3 and 3-0 victories over Rogers on Thursday, tied for …


  • CV boys, EV girls boast undefeated track teams

    Central Valley’s boys and East Valley’s girls track teams remained undefeated when the two Spokane Valley schools went head-to-head in meets on Thursday. The Bears boys (3-0) beat their Knights …

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