Happy Sunday, everyone. We had a banner day yesterday in the Valley Voice. A group of Orchard Avenue neighborhood residents are complaining about Union Pacific trains blowing their horns too much and blocking the Park Road intersection for extended periods of time. Some parents asked East Valley superintendent John Glenewinkle some tough questions in a community meeting to go over the district's new school configuration plan. The Spokane Valley Partners Food Bank needs volunteers to sort donations and more non-perishable food items are needed to help get the food bank through the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Anyone who would like to receive help from the food bank has to sign up by Wednesday by calling 927-1153. Distribution is scheduled for Nov. 22 and 23.