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Plans for new Shaw Middle School unveiled at school board meeting

Plans for northeast Spokane also include improvements at On-Track Academy and the Hillyard Library.

Credibility concerns led to ‘no’ vote on last chance for downtown stadium location

There were no cheers after Wednesday night’s decision by the Spokane Public Schools board to build a new stadium at the current Joe Albi site. There were plenty of regrets, …

Editorial endorsement: Vote for Spokane’s future: Yes on school and library bonds; north bank for the stadium

Spokane voters have an opportunity to transform their community for the better. A trio of local measures – school bonds, library bonds and a stadium referendum – will appear on …

School districts in Spokane County 21-for-21 in Tuesday’s special election

Voters approved every measure on the ballot in Spokane County in Tuesday’s election. Every levy by school districts with at least 100 voters in Spokane County passed with at least …

Central Valley school board seeks $130 million bond to build two schools, renovate existing middle school

Central Valley School District will try for a $130 million bond in 2018 that would add more schools but not increase property tax rate.

Post Falls to vote on school levy, bond

Population growth in Post Falls was putting pressure on its schools a decade ago, but officials held off asking voters for help when the economy soured and was slow to …

Group targets Central Valley school bond, levy

Bright yellow fliers encouraging a “no” vote on Central Valley School District’s bond and levy are arriving in mailboxes this week. Bold, black lettering states that the district wants voters …

Shoshone County to address taxpayers’ surprise

People in Wallace got a surprise in their property tax bills last month: A school bond payment that should have cost the average homeowner about $61 this year instead came …

UPDATED: Tue., Aug. 28, 2012

Voters pass CdA school bond, Lakeland levy

A $32.7 million bond measure to renovate some of the oldest schools in the Coeur d’Alene School District was embraced by voters tonight.

CdA seeks school renovations

Some of the oldest, most outdated schools in Coeur d’Alene will be renovated over the next three years if voters in the Coeur d’Alene School District approve a $32.7 million …

Jefferson plans weighed

There was no escaping neighborhood opposition when Spokane Public Schools held an open house about the remodeling and possible relocation of Jefferson Elementary in the school’s gymnasium Tuesday evening. Poised …

District grades options for Jefferson Elementary

Jefferson Elementary School has been sitting the corner of South Grand Boulevard and West 37th Avenue for about 100 years, and it’s getting a little tired. The school has been …

Bond Appears To Have Passed By One Vote District Will Build A New High School

Dee Ashley, left, and Wendy Gunderson sort through hundreds of ballots cast Tuesday at Prairie View Elementary. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review

Watchdog Group Keeps An Eye On The Polls

Poll watcher Steve Gobin monitors voting at the Frederick Post Education Center. Photo by Liz Kishimoto/The Spokesman-Review

Post Falls People, Vote On Bond

Four months have gone by since Nick Scherling left Post Falls Middle School on foot for home. The cold wintry temperatures have given way to crocuses. The grass is beginning …