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Cat Found Shot In Dumpster; SCRAPS Asking For YOUR Help Solving Case
SPOKANE, Wash. - A SWAT situation in west central Spokane came to an end Thursday evening after police introduced chemical agents to the suspects home. SPOKANE, Wash. - A SWAT situation in west central Spokane came to an end Thursday evening after police introduced chemical agents to the suspects home.
Saturday's highlights - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
Firefighter Tom Carleton of Spokane Valley’s Ladder 10 walks through a charred hillside during a wildland fire training session Wednesday in Spokane Valley. SR photo/Tyler Tjomsland Today is Monday and it's sunny. Are we sure this is Spokane? It's time to grab a cup of coffee and settle in to ...
The grand council meeting shuffle - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
Just about every city with a council meeting scheduled for next week is doing a bit of shuffling to avoid the Fourth of July holiday on Wednesday. The only exception is Spokane Valley, which will have its council meeting at its normal time at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, ...
Man jumps from burning apartment - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
Photo courtesy the Spokane Valley Fire Department. A man jumped from his burning third story apartment at Big Trout Lodge in Liberty Lake early this morning and managed to escape serious injury. He was taken to the hospital to be treated for smoke inhilation. Spokane Valley Fire Department's Engine 3 was ...
Keefe returns to Spokane with Blaze - SportsLink - The Spokesman-Review
Former Spokane Shock head coach Rob Keefe returns to the Spokane Arena on Saturday as a member of the Utah Blaze coaching staff. Earlier this week I talked with Keefe about the last 10 months -- the time frame during which he was let go after two seasons as Shock head coach and fired ...
Dreams pop up when a fly ball falls - SportsLink - The Spokesman-Review
Sometimes the only difference between a dream and a nightmare is the inability to catch a routine fly ball. Read on. * That was the case last evening, when the Oregon Ducks' dream of a college World Series trip was derailed in the bottom of the ninth inning by a nightmarish popup to left field.
Spend the day with the city council - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
If you have ever wanted to spend the entire day with the Spokane Valley City Council, now is your chance. On Tuesday the council will have it's annual spring/summer retreat from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at CenterPlace, 2426 N. Discovery Place. The main topic of discussion will be the ...
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Memorial Day in Hayden
As in many towns and cities around our region, Memorial Day was marked by solemnity and ceremony in Hayden, Idaho. Veterans groups provided the pageantry for events to remind Americans of the sacrifice of those in the armed service
Homicide suspect arrested in Spokane Valley - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
Detective Michael Drapeau, front, and investigators with the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office remove evidence from a house at 6704 E. Third Ave., where Shane Smith, 38, was arrested Tuesday afternoon in connection with the homicide of Warren Flinn. SR photo/Colin Mulvany Reporter Meghann Cuniff has a story in today's paper ...
Zone changes on today's council agenda - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
The Spokane Valley City Council is scheduled to have a final vote tonight on whether to approve several proposed zoning changes. One of the changes, which would allow a high density apartment complex on vacant land surrounded by single family homes, has been controversial. I expect a fair amount on ...
A wide range for the morning - SportsLink - The Spokesman-Review
A GRIP ON SPORTS It's an eclectic mix we present for you this morning, with links ranging from New Jersey, where former Gonzaga star Adam Morrison had a tryout with the Nets, to Tampa, where the Bucs said goodbye to Kellen Winslow and sent him to the Seahawks. Read on.
Saturday's highlights - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
Linda Crowe, pastor of Veradale United Church of Christ for the past 17 years, is shown outside the church on Tuesday. She is retiring. SR photo/Jesse Tinsley Apparently we're back to rainy and cool Mondays now. While you enjoy your morning coffee, we've got a bunch of stories from Saturday's ...
Edgecliff SCOPE breakfast - Spokane Valley blog - The Spokesman-Review
The volunteers of Edgecliff SCOPE will be putting on a fundraising breakfast Sunday morning from 8 to 11 a.m. at the VFW, 212 S. David. The menu includes pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs and beverages. The cost is $6 for adults and $4 for children ages 6-10. Kids five and under ...
A Mother's Day story - SportsLink - The Spokesman-Review
So what's a blogger to do on Mother's Day? Tell a story about mom? Would that be present enough? It's going to have to be. Read on. * Let's be clear. There will be no libel here. My mom hasn't been with us for more than 30 years, so she isn't suing if she doesn't like this story.
Shock pull out overtime victory - SportsLink - The Spokesman-Review
It wasn't exactly how you draw it up. Spokane survived a sloppy, penalty- and turnover-filled game to pull out a 68-62 win over New Orleans on Friday night. Some of the uneven play was to be expected with Spokane working in seven new starters and losing standout receiver Brandon Thompkins ...
Lighting up your day - SportsLink - The Spokesman-Review
A GRIP ON SPORTS When I started this morning, the temperature outside was in the mid-30s. Now it is in the mid-40s. Oh the power of sunshine. Now if the sun could only make up for no Mariner game and little other news to link. Read on.