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Q&A: Luke Tolley, running for Spokane City Council seat representing Northeast Spokane

Luke Tolley gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Tolley faces Gary Pollard, Mike Fagan, Chris Bowen, John Waite and Donna McKereghan in the race for a seat representing Northwest Spokane.

Q&A: Donna McKereghan, running for Spokane City Council seat representing Northeast Spokane

Donna McKereghan gives her positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. McKereghan faces Gary Pollard, Mike Fagan, Luke Tolley, Chris Bowen and John Waite in the race for a seat representing Northwest Spokane.

Q&A: Mike Fagan, running for Spokane City Council seat representing Northeast Spokane

Mike Fagan gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Fagan faces Gary Pollard, Luke Tolley, Chris Bowen, John Waite and Donna McKereghan in the race for a seat representing Northwest Spokane.

Q&A: Steve Corker, running for Spokane City Council president

Steve Corker gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Corker faces Ben Stuckart, Dennis Hession and Victor Noder in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Q&A: Dennis Hession, running for Spokane City Council president

Dennis Hession gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Hession faces Ben Stuckart, Steve Corker and Victor Noder in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Q&A: Ben Stuckart, running for Spokane City Council president

Ben Stuckart gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Stuckart faces Dennis Hession, Steve Corker and Victor Noder in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Q&A: Victor Noder, running for Spokane City Council president

Victor Noder gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Noder faces Ben Stuckart, Dennis Hession, Steve Corker and Victor Noder in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Q&A: Michael Noder, running for Spokane mayor

Michael Noder gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Noder faces Robert Kroboth, Mary Verner, David Condon and Barbara Lampert in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Q&A: Mary Verner, running for Spokane mayor

Mary Verner gives her positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Verner, the incumbent, faces Michael Noder, Robert Kroboth, David Condon and Barbara Lampert in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Q&A: David Condon, running for Spokane mayor

David Condon gives his positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Condon faces Michael Noder, Robert Kroboth, Mary Verner and Barbara Lampert in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Q&A: Barbara Lampert, running for Spokane mayor

Barbara Lampert gives her positions on taxes, libraries, streets and other issues facing the city in The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane City Council candidate questionnaire. Lampert faces Michael Noder, Robert Kroboth, Mary Verner and David Condon in the race for a seat representing South Spokane.

Council accepts sewage loan

Spokane will borrow more than $1 million from the state to help prevent untreated sewage from spilling into the Spokane River. The City Council on Monday agreed to accept a low-interest loan from the state Department of Ecology to pay for a sewage overflow tank already under construction near the T.J. Meenach Bridge. The topic arose Tuesday night in one of the first mayoral debates of the campaign.

Local women living longer

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Commission OKs law on beekeeping

A do-it-yourself beekeeping ordinance was quickly approved Tuesday by Spokane County commissioners. Planning Director John Pederson told commissioners that testimony at a recent Planning Commission hearing on the ordinance was unanimously in support.