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Business is booming, says Spokane Valley mayor at annual address

Spokane Valley was poised for growth last year with its balanced budget, new city hall and infrastructure projects – and now those efforts are showing.


Spokane Valley ‘Strolling lunch’ event highlights nonprofits

The Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting “Stories of Good Will,” an expo-style event featuring more than 40 nonprofit organizations that will highlight their missions and share volunteer opportunities.


Valley Chamber to consider impact of proposed utility tax

The tax proposal, which would tax water, sewer, natural gas, garbage and power by 6 percent, drew a crowd to the council meeting on election night. It’s since been taken …


Morgan takes helm at Spokane Valley Chamber

Before her official start Monday, Katherine Morgan already had immersed herself in some homework as the new Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce president and CEO. Morgan, 31, began giving …


Former Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce manager Moland dies at age of 84

In the mid-1970s, the Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce was the de-facto governing body of a growing suburbia in the midst of an economic boom. As Chamber manager, Kay Moland, …


Reinvented entrepreneurs

Before the recession, many people starting a business did so because they were tired of their jobs or wanted to pursue a personal passion, such as building guitars. Now they …


Stocker chosen as Citizen of Year

Former East Valley School District Superintendent Chuck Stocker has racked up hundreds of hours of volunteer time over the decades. Now 73, he regularly leaves his Newman Lake home bound …


Spokane Valley Partners receives state funds for improvements

Spokane Valley Partners, 10814 E. Broadway Ave., has received $100,000 in capital funds from the state to improve its facility. Ken Briggs, chief executive officer, said the funds will be …


Utility tax in Liberty Lake questioned

The City of Liberty Lake has been collecting a six percent utility tax on telephones, electricity, gas and cable since the beginning of the year. The decision behind this was …


Few attend forum for candidates in Valley

The Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce’s first candidate fair last week was sparsely attended by the public and candidates alike. During the three-hour event last Thursday only a few …


Miss Spokane Valley has deep roots in area

The 2010 Miss Spokane Valley Hannah Robb is well suited for her new position representing Spokane Valley. She is the third generation of her family to make her home in …


Winners honored at Chamber event

The Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of its Awards of Excellence during its annual awards gala Saturday. The companies and individuals joined the previously announced winner …


Valleyfest organizer honored

As the Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce gears up for its annual awards gala, the recipient of one award has already been announced. Longtime Valleyfest organizer Peggy Doering has been …