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If Spokane is rich with talented up-and-coming chefs, then we are absolutely spoiled to be in the heart of such a beer-forward region. Our little town is often found on national lists naming cities who have turned the culinary corner and created a culture that has made a cornerstone out of our food and alcohol industry.
Plans for a young adult homeless shelter have stalled after Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward refused to allow it to be located within city limits.
Sometimes it is the small, forgotten things that can cause a fire.
Two cars were totaled in a Spokane Valley collision late Wednesday night, sending one woman to the hospital and leaving one man facing possible vehicular assault charges.
It’s an annual tradition for the students at Central Valley High School to do a November food drive to benefit Spokane Valley Partners.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department recently responded to a barn fire recently in the 4100 block of Murray Road that resulted in the total loss of the building.
Spokane Valley Deputies are looking for a man who flashed an employee at the Wake Up Call coffee stand on Sullivan Road in Spokane Valley late last month.
Plans for an Amazon-like distribution facility in Spokane Valley are rapidly progressing through the city’s planning department as the unnamed company behind the project recently applied for a building permit valued at $101 million.
The Spokane Valley will be a bit quieter, slightly less salty and quite a bit more somber without Sally Jackson.
A recent study identified nearly $19 million work of additional work – including constructing new roundabouts at the road’s intersections with Sprague, 4th and 8th avenues and widening the street to five lanes from Mission Avenue to the south city limits – that should be completed by 2040 to keep up with projected growth.
Drive-thru business has been brisk, prompting Duncan Produce to expand again with a home delivery service that it launched last week, serving residents within an 18-mile radius of its facility at 69 S. Henry Road.
Spokane Valley International Association of Firefighters Local 876 has been handing out new winter coats to Spokane Valley elementary students for four years as part of the national nonprofit Operation Warm. Firefighter Scott Niebuhr started the program in the Spokane Valley Fire Department in 2017.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department saw a large volume of calls the week of Oct. 19-25, which were pushed up by the 100 calls that came in during the 24-hour shift that began 8 a.m. Oct. 23, the day record-breaking amounts of snowfall led to other things –like tree branches –breaking.
Spokane Valley resident Mauricea Bozarth credits her commitment to a regular mammogram to catching breast cancer early, just before the pandemic. But she almost put it off from being busy. During the pandemic, the weekly number of breast cancer diagnosis from screenings had dropped nearly 52% by August.
The Spokane County Library District is seeking a volunteer to join the board that oversees the library's policies and budget. Anyone in the libraries service area, which includes the entire county except Liberty Lake and the City of Spokane, is eligible.
With the presidential election on Nov. 3 weighing heavily on my mind, I decided that I would finally drive over to Post Falls to check out the White House Grill and the Oval Office Bistro & Martini Bar. Why not drink away reality – responsibly, of course – for one afternoon, right? Sunday was the chosen day.
Stolen motorcycles, drugs, large amounts of cash and a pistol were seized by Spokane Valley Sheriff’s Deputies and SWAT after they served a warrant Monday on a home in Spokane Valley.
At least two council members say they won't vote for Spokane Valley's 2021 budget, saying the city council needs to find a sustainable way for the city to maintain its streets. Over the past five years revenue sources the city has traditionally depended on have waned and the city has had too find other sources, such as rollover revenue from economic boom years.
The Hayward, California-based company filed a building permit application with the city to construct a 105,600-square-foot warehouse and office on 7 acres of land at 3619 N. Barker Road.
Spokane Valley city officials began laying the groundwork more than two years ago to bring new businesses and jobs to the northeast industrial area.