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East Valley looks forward to home opener against Post Falls

It was cool for start of the third week of the high school football season, the kind of afternoon that makes a hoodie functional as well as fashionable. The East Valley coaching staff was working on a few new wrinkles for the Knights’ offense, but was keeping the mood light.

U-Hi track standout Upmeyer finding success at EWU

Austin Upmeyer isn’t alone anymore and he likes the company. A 2013 University High graduate was one of the best sprinters in the state during his prep track and field career, placing second in the 400 meters at his final state Class 3A state meet and helping the 4-by-400 relay team to a seventh-place finish.

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Symphony, hotel menu tasteful pairing Kudos to Mirabeau Park Hotel for hosting a very delightful evening on March 26 with the Spokane Symphony! The music program and menu were cleverly paired. Patrons appreciated making new acquaintances while enjoying unique food and music from such a prestigious symphony.

In brief: CVSD accepting award nominations

SPOKANE VALLEY – The board of directors of Central Valley School District is now accepting nominations for its annual Meritorious Service Awards. Each year, the awards honor exemplary contributions toward student achievement in the district. Anyone is encouraged to make a nomination in the following categories: certificated employee; classified employee; team; community member/organization.

Starting a church, changing lives appeal to Spokane Baptist’s pastor

Tom Asbury, pastor of Spokane Baptist, grew up in Spokane and graduated from South Carolina’s Bob Jones University with a degree in religion. He planted his first church in the small town of Palmyra, N.Y., in 1975. The church started with eight members who met at Asbury’s home. It grew to more than 150 members. Returning home to Spokane in 1984, Asbury planted a Baptist church in Otis Orchards the following year. It started with four people meeting in a church member’s home and eventually grew to more than 40. The church eventually merged with Otis Orchards Community Church.

Starting a church, changing lives appeal to Spokane Baptist’s pastor

Tom Asbury, pastor of Spokane Baptist, grew up in Spokane and graduated from South Carolina’s Bob Jones University with a degree in religion. He planted his first church in the small town of Palmyra, N.Y., in 1975. The church started with eight members who met at Asbury’s home. It grew to more than 150 members. Returning home to Spokane in 1984, Asbury planted a Baptist church in Otis Orchards the following year. It started with four people meeting in a church member’s home and eventually grew to more than 40. The church eventually merged with Otis Orchards Community Church.