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  1. Cheney holds water meetingRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    The city of Cheney wants to hear from residents on how to reduce the impacts of demand on the city's potable water supply system. A public meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 2, at 5 p.m. at the Wren Pierson Community Center to present information about Cheney's water supply and discuss conservation measures residents and businesses can take.

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  2. Robert E. AndersonRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    Robert passed away on April 3, 2017. Bob was born Nov. 13, 1937 on Mullinix Road in Cheney to Cecil E. Anderson and Katherine Lund.

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  3. Cheney baseball gets league win against ClarkstonRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    During the second round of Great Northern League play, the Cheney High baseball team endured a 2-1 loss to West Valley, April 18, and defeated Clarkston, 5-2, two days later - snapping a five-game losing streak in the process. The Blackhawks ended the week with a doubleheader loss April 21 to East Valley.

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  4. West Plains BriefsRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    The Cheney Cemetery Association needs more volunteers in order to keep operating as a non-profit volunteer organization. Individuals or groups that wish to help with the continued upkeep of Cheney's three cemeteries are welcomed.

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  5. Richard (Dick) Allen WeigelRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    Dick was born in Yakima, Wash. on April 4, 1938 to Stephen and Amelia Weigel. He was the oldest of five children, which included sisters Barbara and JoAnn and brothers Stephen and Bill.

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  6. Pure Joy open house is May 6Read the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    Cheney's Pure Joy Family Farm, the local wholesale producer and grower of marijuana, is holding an open house at its facility located at 260 Fred Johns Way in Cheney, directly behind the offices of the Cheney Free Press, on Saturday, May 6 from 2 - 6 p.m. This is a chance for those 21 and older to go behind the door and learn about the many facets of cannabis production.

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  7. Cheney girls earn GNL track crownRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    Cheney's girls' track and field team got out of Pullman with a 78-72 win over the Greyhounds last Wednesday, April 19, to finish the dual meet season at 4-0 and claim the Great Northern League's regular season title. It's the second league title in three years for the Blackhawk girls.

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  8. EWU soccer release 2017 scheduleRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    Seven-straight home matches and a trip to the East Coast highlight the 2017 Eastern Washington University women's soccer schedule as announced by head coach Chad Bodnar, April 20. The defending Big Sky Champions play a total of 20 regular season matches this fall, 11 of which will be played in front of the home crowd in Cheney. "This schedule is an accumulation of a couple heavy years on the road," Bodnar said, who is set to begin his fourth year at the helm.

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  9. William (Bill) Eugene MalleyRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    Bill was born in Philadelphia. on Jan. 5, 1945. He was the oldest child born to William Eugene Malley II and Anna Mary Malley.

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  10. Blackhawks split in Great Northern soccer actionRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    The Cheney boys soccer team scored in the second overtime period to knocked off visiting Clarkston 1-0 in Great Northern League play, keeping alive their chances at improving their playoff position.

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  11. Cheney drops close match to East ValleyRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    It was another short week for the Cheney High boys tennis team, who lost 4-3 to East Valley in a Great Northern League match, April 20. Aaron Fillmore, No. 2 singles, defeated Josh Fraser to snap a two-match losing streak.

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  12. Cheney girls' tennis defeats EVRead the original story

    Thursday | Cheney Free Press

    Cheney High School girls tennis head coach Courtney Webb predicted the matches between her team and the other Great Northern League schools would be close. The Blackhawks went 1-1 in league play last week with a 4-3 win against East Valley, April 20 and a 4-3 loss to Clarkston, April 24. In the East Valley match, No.

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  13. Eastern prepares for 20th annual symposiumRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    The three day event is an opportunity for staff, students and community members to view various research projects from undergraduate and graduate students using a variety of mediums such as art, posters and oral presentations. The theme for this year's symposium is diversity and inclusiveness.

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  14. Education briefsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    Students from Cheney and Medical Lake high schools were among the many graduating seniors honored at the 25th annual Spokane Scholars Banquet, April 17, at the Spokane Convention Center. Andrew Jenkins, science; Sydney Zaph, social studies; Rylie Pease, math; Callan Hosmer, fine arts; Caitlyn Strong, English and Amanda Hosmer, world languages.

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  15. Cheney seeks parks grant fundsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    Parks and Recreation took center stage during the resolution portion of the April 11 Cheney City Council meeting. The department, which typically doesn't present at council meetings, has received one grant and is in the process of applying for four others.

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  16. Blackhawks down West Valley, fall at East ValleyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    The Cheney boys soccer team earned a split with the Spokane Valley schools last week. The Blackhawks knocked off West Valley 2-0 on April 11, but fell 3-0 to league-leading East Valley on April 15. Cheney head coach Morgan Hartanov said his team "played great ball" at home against the Eagles.

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  17. Lady Blackhawks rally for pair of softball winsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    Maddie Kallsen makes contact against Medical Lake last Friday. Cheney rallied with eight runs in the final two at bats for a 9-8 win over the visiting Lady Cardinals.

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  18. Cheney commissioner questions panels role on land useRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    Cheney Planning Commissioner Rick Mount is no stranger to the accountability of public office, having served on the Cheney School Board for 18 years. After a recent vote on a controversial issue, he found himself back on the hot seat.

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  19. Yoga classes are being offered around CheneyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    Cindy Bourgoin, personal trainer since 1998 and a citizen of Cheney since 1979, is now leaving a permanent footprint in the community. She started teaching yoga for the community in the fall of 2016.

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  20. Cheney tennis takes fourth in Post Falls tournamentRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Cheney Free Press

    The Cheney High boys' tennis team had a rocky start to the Great Northern League portion of their regular season with a 6-1 loss against co-defending champion Pullman, April 11. "We knew they were going to be strong," head coach Jesse Erickson said. "They didn't lose much in terms of strong players from last year."

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