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Spokane Valley City Hall to join defibrillator sites

Your chances of surviving a heart attack at Spokane Valley City Hall soon will improve. After learning about a new effort that uses smartphones to alert CPR-trained volunteers to life-threatening …


Liberty Lake won’t allow marijuana sales at first

Liberty Lake has joined the list of cities imposing moratoriums on recreational marijuana, while Spokane Valley may explore ways to add its own set of restrictions on opening any state-licensed …


Spokane Valley City Council considers farmers market

The Spokane Valley City Council met during a study session Tuesday to discuss whether or not a farmers market would be a feasible project on the land the city purchased …


Preserving strong ties

In some corners of Spokane Valley the discussion isn’t on what the City Council voted on or discussed, it’s about the tie Councilman Arne Woodard wore. Some feature cartoon characters. …


Council assessing options at SCRAPS, SpokAnimal

Regional animal control once again was a topic of discussion at Tuesday’s Spokane Valley City Council meeting – two council members advocated asking SpokAnimal if it was willing to take …


Land ownership complicates potential sale to city, library

A possible land deal involving the city of Spokane Valley and the Spokane County Library District will get extra scrutiny because of ties between most members of the Spokane Valley …


‘Positive’ group close to control of Valley council

A group of people unhappy with the status quo who ran together on a “Positive Change” slate in the 2009 Spokane Valley City elections are a single seat away from …


Loberg challenging incumbent Woodard for council position 3

Ballots for the November election are beginning to arrive in mailboxes, making it decision time in the races for Spokane Valley City Council. Current Spokane Valley Councilman Arne Woodard faces …


Spokane Valley City Council candidates address chamber

Spokane Valley City Council opponents Dean Grafos and John Carroll had a few pointed words for each other during a candidate debate at CenterPlace last week, but the other candidates …


Grafos leads field in campaign funds

Spokane Valley City Council candidates continue to amass money as the November election approaches, and Councilman Dean Grafos is by far the biggest recipient of campaign cash in his hunt …


Event expenses go unreported

Confusion reigned early this week among four Spokane Valley City Council candidates over who had donated what for a joint campaign event in July, but candidates were able to quickly …


County, Valley look at Spokane-less deals

Spokane County and Spokane Valley officials wondered Wednesday what their kennel would look like with only two big dogs. They agreed it’s time to start planning a solid-waste system that …


Grafos’ campaign chest largest so far

The candidates for Spokane Valley City Council seats are settling into two camps – those who are supported by the council’s Positive Change members and campaign donors, and those who …


Councilman Woodard announces candidacy

The November 2011 ballot is already getting crowded. Newly appointed Spokane Valley City Councilman Arne Woodard has filed his paperwork with the Public Disclosure Commission announcing his intention to run …


Valley Council takes key step to kill SARP

The Spokane Valley City Council took the next-to-last step in eliminating the Sprague/Appleway Revitalization Plan Tuesday when it voted to advance an ordinance to kill the plan. The move was …


Council hears access concerns

Paddlers, fishermen and residents turned out in force Tuesday to discuss the Indiana Avenue extension with the Spokane Valley City Council. Many wanted to preserve the access to the Spokane …


Five selected for council interviews

The Spokane Valley City Council voted to interview five candidates for the council position vacated by the resignation of Rose Dempsey. Here is more information on the candidates.


Spokane Valley City Council interviews 4 candidates

The five remaining Spokane Valley City Council members took turns Tuesday interviewing four people for one of the two vacancies in their ranks. The council is scheduled to vote next …