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Coming on Saturday

We've got a great lineup of stories coming in the Saturday Valley Voice that you can peruse while having a turkey omelet or turkey sandwich. The struggle of the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service to get pet owners to license their pets is not a new one, proven by the "dog tax" rolls from the 1920's found in a warehouse several years ago.

A 15-year-old West Valley student is having a successful career as a race car driver even though he doesn't have his driver's license yet. A local magician is hoping to create some magic as the new manager of Players and Spectators. The garage buglary/car prowling crime spree is continuing in Liberty Lake. There were nine new thefts reported last week. Residents are in the habit of leaving their garages and cars unlocked, which is frustrating efforts by Liberty Lake Police to stem the surge in thefts.

I'll post some links to stories next week, or you can browse them yourself on Saturday here.

Nina Culver
Nina Culver is a freelancer for The Spokesman-Review's daily newspaper and weekly Voice sections.

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