Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review
The neighbors who live along the train tracks in Spokane Valley and Cheney are trying to solve a 130-year-old problem: lowering the noise level around the tracks as trains move through the area. For safety, they must blow their horns. But if crossings were upgraded with better warning equipment, a quiet zone might be created, allowing Valley residents to sleep undisturbed.
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