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Inland NW Baby is booming

Over the past two years, Inland NW Baby has grown from a small, one-room diaper drive to a five-county, two-state operation providing diapers, clothing, hygiene items and other necessities to …


CV students’ mission on Mars includes online Q&A with scientists

More than 100 freshman science students at Central Valley High School learned about living life on Mars from the researchers and scientists working on simulated manned missions to the Red …


CV senior beats near-death experiences

Central Valley High School senior Gaven Deyarmin looks like any other teenage boy walking through the halls wearing shorts, a T-shirt and a bulging backpack – that is, until you …


Central Valley High School graduates

Class of 2012 Expected to graduate are:


Central Valley High School honor roll

Central Valley High School has announced its honor roll for the first semester of the 2011-’12 school year. Ninth grade


Rivals must wait

Joe Stanton spent Thursday afternoon looking for the silver lining in the storm clouds that washed out his Central Valley Bears’ scheduled fastpitch softball showdown at University. “We’re going to …


‘Alice in Wonderland’ opens at CV tonight

The drama department at Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Road, will present “Alice in Wonderland,” based on the classic novel by Lewis Carroll, today through Saturday and Monday …


Coaches growing throwing success

On the Friday before the start of spring break, Central Valley boys track and field coach Chuck Bowden took his Bears to East Wenatchee for a nonleague meet with Eastmont. …


SHOWERED IN SONG

Actors in a local theater aren’t worried about the stormy clouds chasing everyone from the place. The drama department at Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Road, will stage …


Cunningham starting to grasp her potential

When a team is undefeated heading into the middle of January, basketball coaches will understandably want to pinch themselves. When a team’s off to a dream start, coaches want to …


Head in the game

Leadership is something that has come to Gaven Deyarmin out of necessity. That he has taken to it so readily has as much to do with his desired activities as …


Defense is bearing up

You know your defense is solid when the players on the field can correct the defensive coordinator. “That happens every once in a while,” longtime Central Valley High School assistant …


Bears grow up in a hurry

Girls. They grow up so, so fast. It seems just like yesterday that the Central Valley High School girls soccer team was considered too young to challenge for the Greater …


Racing as brothers

When Kieran Mahoney’s Central Valley Bears line up for today’s state Class 4A boys high school cross country championship race in Pasco, he does not want his runners thinking about …


Unflagging success

Central Valley High School’s marching band and color guard has a reputation for winning. The Bears added to their trophy case last weekend in Eugene, Ore. CV participated in the …


Strong bleedership

The drama department at Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Road., will present “Dracula” based on the Bram Stoker story. The performances will be Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and …


CV team to beat in slow pitch

The Greater Spokane League slow pitch softball is in its seventh autumn. In the previous five seasons, when it comes time to carve jack-o’-lanterns, Central Valley High School has reached …


Central Valley High School honor roll

Central Valley High School has announced its honor roll for the second semester of the 2010-’11 school year. Ninth grade


Sherry Johnson has seen many changes in business education

Business education in schools has gone through many changes during the past 35 years. Students learned to type on typewriters when Sherry Johnson started her teaching career. She’s retiring after …


The Verve: Sherrill sees life through her lens

Kendra Ann Sherrill, 17, will graduate from Central Valley High School on Saturday. In September, she plans to attend Eastern Washington University. She will be in the school’s honors program, …


A MOVING STORY

Kendra Ann Sherrill, 17, will be graduating from Central Valley High School in a matter of days. In September, she will enroll at Eastern Washington University. She will be in …


Central Valley’s Corbin Croom plans career in medicine

It is not uncommon for teenagers in high school to dream of being a doctor or a surgeon some day. Some prepare by taking extra science classes, but Central Valley …


Right on track

Central Valley coach Chuck Bowden watches his senior thrower, Kevin Stanley, take a practice throw from the discus ring during the final track and field practice session before the District …


The Verve: Artist thrives on unpredictability, eclecticism

If you were to have happened into Barrister Winery, 1213 W. Railroad Ave., last month, you would have seen over three dozen works of art there – photography, stained glass, …


CV to stage ‘Narnia’

The drama department at Central Valley High School is offering “Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” for its final production of the school year. The story is set …


Outside the box

If you were to have happened into Barrister Winery, 1213 W. Railroad Ave., last month, you would have seen over three dozen works of art there – photography, stained glass, …


CV soccer player back in the game

Joseph Guerrinha doesn’t remember how it happened. He’s seen pictures, he’s asked his friends and teammates, but the memory just isn’t there. And perhaps that’s for the best. His mom’s …


Stepping back to move ahead

Inevitably, the games played on a diamond demand something from those dedicated to them. They call for sacrifice, and often that sacrifice is going to hurt. Sometimes the game asks …


Crews stage mock crash

Spokane Valley Fire Department crews capped off their week by staging a mock crash at Central Valley High School Thursday morning. “We had two patients and one deceased,” said Assistant …


Living history lesson

Students in Marcy James’ humanities class at Central Valley High School received a taste last week of what it was like to be on a minesweeper in the Pacific during …