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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
Foes take another run at ending Washington's death penalty - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 PST

A change in control of the Senate means this could be the year that Washington could abolish the death penalty, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson, a longtime critic of capital punishment, said after talking to the committee that may hold the key. Proposed legislation to end the death penalty is emotional for victims' families who are for or against, the hearing before the Senate Law and Justice Committee showed Monday.

Scammers target Spokane Valley grandmother

Karen Viszneki phone rings off the hook. Starting before the sun rises and even after she goes to bed.

House Republicans push for allowing remote testimony

Traveling to Olympia to testify before the Legislature can be difficult and dangerous for those who live east of the Cascades. The journey can take upwards of six hours one way, all to testify for as little as 60 seconds.

Freeman victim's family and friends featured in music video

The song "Remember You" has become an anthem for healing in the Freeman community, especially for those who knew Sam Strahan, who died protecting his classmates from a gunman in September. Jenna Johansen, a Central Valley High School student never met Strahan - and wasn't there the day he passed away.

SUV involved in hit and run found after driver leaves license plate behind at crash scene

Kaitlyn Dennis' car was ruled totaled after someone drove into her at a red light just north of the Gonzaga campus last week , before speeding off. After discovering that the driver responsible left behind their license plate, Dennis and her family hoped to track down the person behind the wheel of the car that hit her.

Overcoming the stigma of mental illness - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 PST

Vicki Dahlgren sits in a comfortable chair with her dog Lily in her zen room, a space in her Spokane Valley home she has decorated with soft lighting, pleasant aromas and art which help her relax and focus when she gets unwanted thoughts. Admitting to bouts of mental illness help her identify with others as she volunteers with the National Alliance On Mental Illness.

Contract awarded for Appleway Trail extension from Sullivan to Corbin roads - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 PST

Spokane Valley City Council awarded a $1.97 million construction contract to Wm. Winkler Co.

Spokane Valley fire roundup: Electrical panel, two clothes dryers...

The Spokane Valley Fire Department last week responded to several calls, including two fires originating from clothes dryers and an electrical panel fire that knocked out power to 10 businesses at the Spokane Industrial Park. Fire crews responded to a commercial fire at the Spokane Industrial Park at approximately 9 a.m. on Jan. 10. Flames and smoke were emanating from an electrical panel inside Travis Pattern and Foundry, a manufacturer of metal fabrications.

Spokane Valley fills seats on planning commission, tax advisory panel - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 PST

During a council meeting Jan. 9, Mayor Rod Higgins appointed Michael Phillips and Danielle Kaschmitter to fill three-year terms beginning Jan. 1 and ending Dec. 31, 2020, which were confirmed by a majority vote from council members. Councilman Sam Wood said he served with Phillips on the planning commission, and he is an excellent choice given he has been involved with several projects as a project surveyor and plat designer with Simpson Engineers Inc. Councilman Arne Woodard said there were a number of qualified applicants, but he was excited to see Kaschmitter picked for the planning commission.

Spokane Valley council votes to limit yard sales to three per year - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 PST

A bulldozer operator steps toward the cab to continue cleanup of this nuisance home in Spokane's West Central neighborhood last year. On Tuesday, Spokane Valley passed its own nuisance law.

Feature creature: Chihuahua needs a home - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 PST

Refer to the pet's ID number when contacting Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service with questions about one of the adoptable pets. If you are interested in this dog or any animal at SCRAPS, call 477-2532 or visit the shelter 6815 E. Trent Ave. in Spokane Valley.

Brother of Spokane Valley man who drove into Hayden Lake speaks

He was a brother, son, father and loved by many. 34-year-old Christopher Lancaster lost his life tragically after crashing his car into Hayden Lake over the weekend.

Court docs: Sex offender arrested for Spokane Valley rape was released from jail two days earlier

Court documents released Tuesday are offering more details about an early morning assault that happened at a Spokane Valley gas station early Saturday morning. Registered sex offender Michael Rush was arrested at the gas station near Trent and Vista.

IQ Bars, made in Spokane Valley, are meant to boost brain health - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 PST

The recent Kickstarter campaign to bring his IQ Bars to life was fully funded within less than two weeks. Nitze had been hoping to raise $10,000 for his first batches of bars.

Fatal hit and run suspect pleads not guilty

In Spokane County Superior court Tuesday morning, 39-year-old Virgil J. Seymour pleaded not guilty to all five charges against him. He's charged with 1 count of Vehicular Homicide, 1 could of Vehicular Assault, 1 count Felony Hit & Run, and 2 counts Injury Hit & Run.

Spokane Valley firefighters meet someone they saved using pit crew CPR

Everyday, firefighters respond to many different calls. But it's not everyday that they get to reunite with the people they help.

50 years after Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, Spokane...

Dr. Martin Luther King strokes his chin before addressing a mass rally for striking Memphis sanitation workers. It was Dr. King's last public appearance before his assassination on April 4, 1968.

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