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Wednesday, October 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Car impounded after hit-and-run kills bicyclist in Spokane Valley

A bicyclist killed in a hit-and-run crash early Tuesday morning was the father of a baby less than a month old. Robert R. Royer, 47, was hit by a car …


Fourth house fire was likely arson

Spokane Valley Fire Department crews responded to several fires April 11-17, including a suspected arson fire at a vacant house that has been the site of three other fires. The …


Landscaping planned along section of Sprague

Members of the Spokane Valley Business Association seemed receptive to a plan to put in stormwater swales along Sprague Avenue between Thierman and Park roads during their meeting Wednesday, but …


Train crossing options examined

Spokane Valley interim Deputy City Manager Roger Crum presented the Spokane Valley City Council with a comprehensive look at the possibility of using quiet zones or wayside horns to eliminate …


Getting There: Valley seeks input on redesigning Park Road

Spokane Valley is asking for the public’s help in designing a newer, rebuilt version of Park Road from Indiana to Broadway avenues. An open house about the project is set …


Proposals on reducing railroad noise lead to staff vs. council discussion

A debate at Tuesday’s Spokane Valley City Council meeting on whether to hire a consultant to research railroad quiet zones turned into a discussion of who has the authority to …


Speed limit change in Greenacres area denied

The Spokane Valley City Council decided Tuesday that speed limits will stay low in the Greenacres neighborhood. In a 4-3 vote, the council rejected a 35 mph speed limit on …


Projects’ costs concern council

The Spokane Valley City Council agreed this week to take the first steps on two large projects, but final decisions are months away on whether the projects will become reality. …


Short but sweet

Spokane Valley’s spiffed-up swimming pools attracted more users and generated more revenue this summer than last despite a shorter season. Snow makeup days kept schools in session longer this summer …