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Spokane Valley is located in eastern Washington, just east of Spokane. The area was originally inhabited by the Salish Indians. In the early 1780s fur traders made their way through the area of present day Spokane Valley, and began calling the Native Americans "Spokanes," meaning "Children of the Sun." The two groups lived peacefully together until a Native American chief, Chief Garry, protested the loss of land and joined the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The turmoil did not end well for the Spokanes, who were forced to leave their homes and move to a reservation northeast of the Spokane River.

Population: 80927
Local Newspapers: The Spokesman Review
Local Sports Teams: Gonzaga Bulldogs Spokane Indians (Single A Baseball) Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
Local Colleges: Gonzaga University

Zip Codes associated with spokane valley, washington: 99016 99027 99037 99206 99212 99216
Towns/Cities near spokane valley, washington : Millwood Green Acres Liberty Lake Trentwood Otis Orchard Opportunity Veradale

Spokane Valley News
Spokane Valley official presents cost of installing city hall sculpture - Wed, 24 May 2017 PST

The Spokane Valley Arts Council has donated outdoor art for the new city hall project, including another large Jerry McKellar bronze sculpture called Coup Ponies. Because the placement of this sculpture and two others were not determined until city hall construction was underway, the installation had not been paid.

Spokane Valley Fire Department crews unable to save man trapped in...

Spokane Valley Fire Department crews tried unsuccessfully to save a man who was trapped headfirst in a hole when it collapsed around him and filled with dirt. Crews were called to the 600 block of North Carnahan Road just before 6:45 a.m. on May 15. It appeared that he was lying on the ground with his head and arms in the hole when it collapsed, said department spokeswoman Melanie Rose.

Woman lost in Montana wilderness tells miraculous story of survival

The Manchester terror attack is sparking fears close to home. The Ariana Grande concert bombing left 22 people dead in England, sending shock waves globally, including here in Spokane.

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Badass Backyard Brewing today announced that it's opening a "teeny tiny" tasting room in downtown Coeur d'Alene this summer. If all goes well, the Spokane Valley brewery expects to set up shop July 1 in the back room of Coeur d'Alene Fresh , a modern general store that houses an assortment of merchants including coffee roasters, clothiers, candy makers, bakers, jewelers and other artisans.

STA launches new route through Spokane Valley

On Monday morning, several speakers, including Mayor Rod Higgins and Katherine Morgan, President of the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce, addressed a crowd at the Pence-Cole Valley Transit Center. An estimated 7,225 jobs will be supported along route 95. "For a community with a population now nearing...100,000, that's impressive and exciting," said Morgan.

Teen arrested in standoff also charged in Hai's Market robbery

Spokane police say a teenager arrested after a 3-hour stand-off in Spokane Valley on Tuesday is also facing charges related to an armed robbery at Hai's Market. Detectives forwarded three felony charges related to last week's Hai's Market robbery to prosecutors.

Airway Heights city officials expect contaminated water to be flushed by Monday

City officials in Airway Heights will continue to flush the city's water system through the weekend, but the water won't be safe to drink just yet. "We appreciate their patience in us dealing with this," said Airway Heights Fire Chief, Mitch Metzger.

Council races in Spokane, Spokane Valley draw primary challenges - Fri, 19 May 2017 PST

Spokane voters throughout the city will have primary decisions to make this summer after positions in all three council districts filled up on the last day candidates could file for office. Spokane Valley and Medical Lake also have primary races for city positions, as do some school districts, including Spokane Public Schools.

Spokane Valley's Badass Backyard Brewing combines pints and poses...

Even if you don't do yoga, you're probably familiar with poses like downward-facing dog and crow. But what about cheers pose? Or the one that involves balancing a cup of beer on your head? Badass Backyard Brewing hosts boga classes every Sunday from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Classes are $11 for one pint and $16 for two pints.

Doug Clark: Spokane's new slogan 'Creative by Nature' is a lame ...

Jason Peterson snaps a cell phone picture of the Spokane River Lower Falls during his luch hour, Feb. 29, 2016, in downtown Spokane, Wash. First they try to mess with the election.

Arne Woodard joins Chase, Kuney and Guarisco, in contest to be next...

Spokane Valley Councilman Arne Woodard ni 2012. Woodard is known for his bright and loud ties.

Most of Spokane not impacted by water contamination

Despite the water crisis just outside the city limits, most people in the Spokane area do not need to be concerned with the chemicals recently found in groundwater in Airway Heights. Testing of two wells that supply water to the City of Airway Heights indicated high levels of Perfluorooctanesulfonic and Perfluorooctanoic acids.

Spokane Valley council plans two public hearings on roads projects...

Two public hearings are scheduled for the Spokane Valley City Council meeting on May 23: the 2018-23 transportation improvement program which consists of dozens of road improvement and pavement preservation projects that has the city's highest priority, and a budget amendment. The transportation improvement program , or TIP, is what determines which road projects the city will focus on and try to get grant money for the next five years.

Spokane Valley High building playhouse for Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery - Wed, 17 May 2017 PST

When students at Spokane Valley High School began a class about early childhood education and pregnancy, they didn't expect it to end with a playhouse project. But it did: Students are just about ready to put the last nails into a new playhouse for Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery.

Washington to drivers: Put the cellphone down, don't risk fourth DUI - Tue, 16 May 2017 PST

Washington drivers will soon find themselves driving safer or else - facing prison sooner for driving drunk and fines for tweeting or watching videos on their smartphones. As the families who lost loved ones to drivers who were drunk or distracted by cellphones looked on, Gov. Jay Inslee signed bills designed to cut down on fatal and serious accidents that have been rising in recent years after a decade of decline.

Jury finds former WSU football player not guilty in assault case

A jury reached a verdict in the assault case against former Washington State University football player Robert Barber. The jury found Barber not guilty of assault in the second degree and assault in the 4th degree.

Teenagers arrested after SWAT standoff in Spokane Valley; sawed-off...

A pair of teenage boys was arrested after a standoff with SWAT deputies that lasted more than three hours early Tuesday in Spokane Valley. The boys, ages 16 and 17, allegedly retreated into an apartment complex in the 12100 block of East Cataldo Avenue after the 16-year-old fired at a man with a sawed-off shotgun.

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