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Senior meals

For the week of Aug. 29-Sept. 2. Monday – Option 1: Tuna noodle casserole, steamed vegetables, roll, fruit. Option 2: Potato soup with a ham and cheese sandwich, steamed vegetables, roll, fruit. Tuesday – 1: Beef goulash, steamed vegetables, roll, ...

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The Heathdale Barn. (Stefanie Pettit / The Spokesman-Review)

Landmarks: 108-year-old Heathdale barn a popular photo stop

Just about every week someone sets up a tripod along East Belmont Road east of the town of Mica to take photos of the historic Heathdale barn, a tall gambrel-style barn built in 1908. “We’ve had professional photographers and people who love barns stop by to take pictures, and we’ve even had high school students come to take their senior pictures here,” said Diane Latta, who owns the barn with her husband, Lance.

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New coaches take charge at CV, U-Hi

This football season will see a changing of the guard at both Central Valley School District high schools. At Central Valley, longtime head coach Rick Giampietri stepped down after 23 seasons leading the Bears. His successor, Ryan Butner, played on ...

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Somebody Needs You

The goal of Somebody Needs You is to match donors with the specific requests of needy Spokane residents. The list of requests is coordinated by the Volunteers of America in cooperation with recognized social service agencies in Spokane. If you ...

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Free vaccine clinics offered

To recognize August as National Immunization Awareness Month, Spokane Regional Health District will host a free immunization clinic at Riverside Elementary School, 3802 E. Deer Park Milan Road, Monday from 4-7 p.m.

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Fire Roundup: Facility for disabled adults a total loss after fire 
Sheriff offers three nominees for Spokane Valley police chief 
Spokane Valley council looking to create separate police oversight board  
Pace’s request sets off lengthy review of Spokane Valley police  
Government
New master plan for Lincoln Heights will be topic of meeting 
Ozone pollution creeps up during hot weather 
Munch appointed to vacant council seat 
Letter to the editor 
Council narrows applicant field to 3 
Education
Education Notebook: Free school supplies for EV students 
Education notebook: School supplies challenge ends Friday 
Education Notebook: Groups host school supply drives 
New pedestrian beacon at Mead High 
Education Notebook: Washington Connections Academy to hold information session Tuesday 
Environment
Weathercatch: Compared to ‘corn sweat,’ wheat is small stuff 
Weathercatch: Heat comes early again this summer 
Spokane regional clean air plan gets 10-year extension 
Gardeners can grow lots of produce in planter pots 
Weathercatch: March mild temperatures likely to linger with some unsettled interludes 
Good news
This Christmas workshop needs more than one day 
Women and Children’s Free Restaurant closer to fundraising goal 
Vincent DeFelice’s daughter receives national recognition for Einstein drawing 
Spokane Valley opens first dog park  
10-year-old boy teaches knitting class  
Business
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Spokane Valley City Council to tour pot businesses 
Microloan program aims to empower entrepreneur spirit in young adults 
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Spokane Valley study examines economic opportunities 
Transportation
New Sullivan bridge opens late this week 
New pedestrian beacon at Mead High 
STA projects to affect operations at Plaza, Jefferson park and ride 
Expensive changes haunt the Sullivan Bridge project 
New midstreet parking, planters coming to Spokane’s Main Avenue  
Elections
Scope of initiatives limited in Spokane Valley 
Hafner led library bond campaign 
County splitting larger voting precincts 
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East Valley positions teem with candidates 


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Stefanie Pettit

Landmarks: 108-year-old Heathdale barn a popular photo stop

Just about every week someone sets up a tripod along East Belmont Road east of the town of Mica to take photos of the historic Heathdale barn, a tall gambrel-style barn built in 1908. “We’ve had professional photographers and people who love barns stop by …

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Pat Munts

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