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May 17, 1997, midnight
Deb McCulley has created a line of lithographs based on famous paintings. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review

May 17, 1997, midnight
Inland Empire Paper Co. is seeking approval of a plan to subdivide 104 acres in Greenacres for a new housing development called River Glen. Twenty homes would be built off Euclid and Campbell, approximately one mile east of Barker Road along the north side of the Spokane River. A strip of state-owned land separates the River Glen property from the river, but nearly all of the building lots would have river views. The proposed lots range in size from 1.5 acres to nearly 6 acres, said Spokane County associate planner Louis Webster. Most homes would be situated on two-acre parcels.

May 15, 1997, midnight
Spokane Good Samaritan Village plans an $8 million expansion of its Spokane Valley facility. The three-phase project will add 28 duplexes and a 50-unit apartment building to the Greenacres campus, located at 17121 E. Eighth. The new facilities will be just west of the main building.

May 12, 1997, midnight
District 81 maintenance worker Randy Lewis clears broken glass Sunday at Sacajawea Middle School, where vandals caused $100,000 in damage. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review