Plans for northeast Spokane also include improvements at On-Track Academy and the Hillyard Library.
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The Hillyard Library’s Girls Brick Build challenges girls to practice STEM principles. Their tools? Lego bricks.
The historic Hillyard Branch Library has been preserved and converted into a neighborhood sports bar with barber shop
The story of Rogers High School’s wandering copy of “Gone With the Wind” just keeps going – now with a possible exoneration of sorts. A copy of Margaret Mitchell’s massive and popular melodrama was returned recently to Rogers, overdue by some 65 years and arriving from 3,000 miles away and with zero explanation for how it had made such a journey. A man in Carmel, Maine, discovered the book in his father’s New England cellar and sent it to Rogers – after first sending a letter checking to make sure it was the right book and begging for relief from the overdue fines. He had no idea how the book made its cross-country journey, but the last known person to check it out was Betty Mandershied, a student at Rogers in 1949. Mandershied later married Tony Stokes.