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Spokane County has owned the land since acquiring it from the Great Northern successor railroad years ago and has used it for a sewer line.
Earlier this week Spokane Valley started work on the Appleway Trail project, an effort to beautify a heavily traveled, undeveloped piece of land.
The Spokane County Interstate Fair is just one week away, and excitement is ramping up.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. A Spokane jury denied the release of a 54-year-old man with a history of violent sex crimes, the Washington state Attorney General's Office said.
Their "Furry Family Fun Day and Dog Walk" is being held Saturday, September 14 at Plante's Ferry Park in the Spokane Valley.
PRIEST LAKE, Idaho- The Idaho Department of Lands earned nearly $27 million for Idaho's public school system in the Thursday auction of 59 lakefront lots.
An inmate at the Spokane County Jail is changing his story about his self-described "Cinderella story" connection to a local deputy prosecutor.
Spokane County Sheriff's deputies said on Thursday that charges will not be filed in an attempted baby abduction investigation at Arcadia Elementary.
The Spokane County Sheriff's deputy who was bit by a dog in Greenacres on Wednesday did receive stitches for his injuries .
The legalization of marijuana brought some new questions on whether driving under the influence of pot is safe.
After years of obstacles for 61 Priest Lake lot lessees, the end comes on Thursday, August 28th.
On Thursday, 61 cottages sites on Priest Lake will be auctioned off in Coeur d'Alene beginning at 1:00pm.
Ruben Salcido's family lost their home to the Carlton Complex fire. Now the father of four is searching other destroyed properties for the means to a new home.
Authorities began looking into an attempted child abduction on Wednesday when a mother claimed that someone tried to snatch her infant from a stroller earlier in the week.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Starting today, and just in time for the busy Labor Day weekend, campers may have fires in metal fire rings in designated campgrounds in six of the seven districts, according to the Forest Service.
A marijuana-shop owner in Ephrata, Wash., is being sued by a media empire that labels itself as the biggest brand name in pot.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 04:36 am
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