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The Valley Voice

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We want to expand our coverage of Spokane Valley neighborhoods and we need your help. Let us know when something interesting is happening in your neighborhood.

Contact Jeff Jordan, Valley editor, 13208 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99216.

You can also contact us by e-mail at:

We welcome letters of up to 250 words from readers who want to write about neighborhood issues or respond to something that has appeared in the Voice. All letters are subject to editing. Please sign your letter with your full name and include your home address and a daytime phone number where you can be reached for verification.

Write: Letters to the Editor, Valley Voice, 13208 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99216. Fax: 927-2175; e-mail:

The Spokesman-Review is committed to accuracy. If you think we have made a factual error in this Voice, call 927-2164. Mistakes will be corrected on this page.

Tad Brooks927-2164

Voices editor

Jeff Jordan927-2170

Valley editor

Peter Barnes927-2165

Reporter: Government, parks

Kandis Carper927-2168

Reporter: K-12 education

Tom Lutey927-2179

Reporter: Exit 289 column, neighborhoods, general assignment

Mike Vlahovich927-2180

Reporter: Sports

J. Bart Rayniak927-2167


Nina Culver459-5440

Editorial assistant: Religion, calendar listings

Contributors Treva Lind, Jennifer LaRue, Steve Christilaw, Juli Wasson

Dennis Matsuda927-2153

Advertising Account Executive

Peggy Skirko927-2163

Advertising Account Executive

Bob Myklebust927-2823

Retail Advertising Manager

Classified advertising456-SELL


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