Central Valley’s Terrell Harrison smiles with teammates between drills on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, at Central Valley High School in Spokane Valley. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

DL Harrison all about respect

It’s every football player’s sweetest dream. You go to your rival’s home field and do something so spectacular that the raucous home crowd falls silent. Because that kind of silence can be topped only by the roar of support a ...

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Gina Campbell opened 1889 Salvage Co. at 2209 N. Monroe St. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

New shop goes retro

On a rainy October morning bits of history beckon from within the warm, cozy confines of 1889 Salvage Co. Treasures of the past, including photos, rusty tricycles and kerosene lanterns, wait for a discerning eye to discover the beauty of ...

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People unite around baseball

We sat around the living room glued to the big screen watching Clayton Kershaw and Kyle Hendricks battle, pitch for pitch, in an incredible Game 2 of the National League Championship Series. The Dodgers would win the game, 1-0 in ...

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Spokane Valley in line for sidewalk funding

Spokane Valley was considering six different sidewalk projects that may qualify for 2017 Community Development Block Grant funding. Last year, a proposed sidewalk along Blake Road set off a storm of criticism first from residents on Blake who were opposed to the sidewalk, and then from critics of the Spokane Valley City Council who accused Deputy Mayor Arne Woodard of giving away the

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Weathercatch: Unruly Halloween weather, past and present

Last Halloween, whether you ventured outside to attend a party or your little ones strolled house to house, you may remember superhero capes flapping in the wind and Harry Potter robes getting pelted by rain. Though the weather system that’s expected to lurk Friday to Monday looks similar to what barreled into the Pacific Northwest last Halloween, it shouldn’t be as spooky this time around.

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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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Public safety
Waste Management trains garbage truck drivers to keep watch along routes  16 
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  
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 
West Valley HS band, color guard headed to NYC to perform twice 
Education Notebook: STCU awards grants of $250 to classroom staff 
New app tracks Spokane students on their school bus 
Education Notebook: FAFSA workshop scheduled at 5 local high schools 
Nine Mile Falls School District brings another bond forward 
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
New app tracks Spokane students on their school bus 
Tons of apples gleaned keep the food banks full 
Bed races, parade kick off annual Valleyfest 
Memorial to veterans, families graces Spokane Valley yard  
Spokane teens volunteer at Greek refugee camps  
New shop goes retro 
Education Notebook: FAFSA workshop scheduled at 5 local high schools 
Roses & More expands business across Intermountain West 
Spokane Valley City Council to tour pot businesses 
Microloan program aims to empower entrepreneur spirit in young adults 
Newly paved Ben Burr Trail gets mixed reviews  
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 
Scope of initiatives limited in Spokane Valley 
Hafner led library bond campaign 
County splitting larger voting precincts 
County splitting larger voting precincts 
East Valley positions teem with candidates 

Cindy Hval

Cindy Hval

1,000 birthday candles: Senior center honors centenarians

It’s a good thing they didn’t light all the candles on the birthday cakes at the Southside Senior and Community Center on Tuesday. After all, 1,000-plus candles is a lot of firepower. The center hosted a luncheon to honor 10 Spokane residents 100 years and …

Pat Munts

Pat Munts

Gardening: Prepare your garden for winter storms

It looks like we dodged the windstorm last weekend. It changed course slightly and stayed further off the coast than predicted, thereby lessening the wind damage. While this one missed us, the next one might not. Here are a few tips for preparing your plants …


Parting Shot — 10.27.16

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally, Thursday in Toledo, Ohio. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

EWU sports live chat transcript (Oct. 27)

Jim: Hello, let's talk Eagle football! Steven Christopher: Hi Jim! Go Eags! (And Tribe!) GoEags (guest): Happy Thursday, Happy Griz week! Steven Christopher: Did? Montana's quarterback play against us in ...

Ranking a dozen rain songs

12. "Purple Rain" -- Prince 11. "Blues Eyes Cryin' in the Rain" -- Willie Nelson 10. "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" -- CCR 9. "Raindrops Keep Falling on My ...

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