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Disabled man’s bike stolen from in front of apartment

Mark Scraper is 23 years old, but he looks and acts about 10 years younger because he is developmentally disabled. Until last week, one of his greatest joys was to ride his bike to Bemiss Elementary School where he’d spend time on the playground and in the nearby park. “He’d go seven or eight times a day if he could,” said his mom, Robin Scraper.

Cheney Pride Day cleans up neighborhoods

The Cheney Police Department presents Cheney Pride Day, its second annual citywide beautification project, May 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunshine Disposal will provide two free refuse collection stations for yard waste and general garbage at the Cheney Utility Building, 112 Anderson Road, and at the Salnave Park parking lot, 100 S. Salnave St.