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Monday, October 26, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Here’s the Dirt: Valley Thrifty Car expands

Valley Thrifty Car expands Bernard and Bernadette Curry have expanded their Spokane Valley Thrifty Car location by buying two adjoining properties at 8012 and 8014 E. Sprague Ave.

Audit of Spokane County assessor’s office finds late appraisals

The Spokane County assessor’s office undervalued scores of properties for years, according to a state audit for 2008 and 2009. The report released Monday says new construction on 157 properties in the Cheney area was added to the tax rolls seven years late on average during the two-year audit period. Seventy-one of the parcels had a value of more than $100,000, according to the state auditor’s office.

Spotlight: Touring Da Vinci exhibit will land at MAC in June

A traveling Leonardo Da Vinci exhibit is coming to the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture next June. “Leonardo Da Vinci: Man-Inventor-Genius” will fill every single gallery of the museum with handcrafted reproductions of Da Vinci’s inventions as well as full-size reproductions of his artwork.

Traveling company has eye for collectibles

A traveling road show on the hunt for dusty heirlooms may ring a bell with Spokane residents. It was just a few years ago when a visit from the popular PBS series “Antiques Roadshow” enticed hundreds to dig through attics and closets and stand in line to get their collectibles appraised. What’s coming to Spokane next week sounds similar, but it’s a commercial venture looking to scoop up bargain buys on your old coins, unwanted jewelry and vintage toys.