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Planners outline ideas for Lincoln Heights

Experts in community planning from the Seattle-based Urban Land Institute Northwest said the Lincoln Heights district in southeast Spokane is at a crossroads. Good land-use planning, focusing on people and pedestrians instead of automobiles, could help revitalize the commercial area and create a vibrant urban space for more residents, panel members from the organization said recently.

Planning experts to analyze Lincoln Heights retail area

A panel of experts from Seattle is providing suggestions today on how to improve the Lincoln Heights shopping area through better land use. Experts in real estate, planning and development arrived Wednesday in Spokane and are focusing their attention on the broad commercial and residential area along 29th Avenue at Regal Street and adjoining parts of the neighborhood.

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Grocery Outlet plans new store Grocery Outlet will open another Spokane Valley supermarket in late September at 12115 E. Sprague Ave.

Blood-giving dogs, owners take part in vet’s mission to help

When Tai Shan, a 3-year-old German shepherd, left the examination room wearing his brand new bandanna, everyone in the waiting room at Lincoln Heights Veterinary Clinic applauded him. His owner, Karen Sanborn, just had him screened to see if he was a good candidate to donate canine blood to the Pet Emergency Clinic of Spokane.

South Hill restaurant Vin Rouge closes shop

South Hill restaurant Vin Rouge closed its doors last weekend and will not reopen. Owner Jeff Jenkins said he’s decided to close the eatery, at 3029 E. 29th, in part because he could not negotiate a new sublease.