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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
Woman in need of double lung transplant hoping for a miracle

"I need to take a lot of time for myself to do breathing nebulizer treatments, I do a vest that percusses me several times per day. I am also currently doing IV antibiotics so I have to make Time for that," said Lindsey.

Police arrest self-proclaimed 'Spokane Spanker'

The video gained a ton of traction online, with a lot of people asking the same question: Why wasn't Smith arrested? "It's a reasonable frustration," said Spokane Police Officer Shane Phillips. "To be honest we would love to do that, but at the end of the day it wouldn't do good to arrest a person and have them walk."

Why hasn't Jonathan Smith been arrested?

SPOKANE, Wash. - In a five-minute video confession, 28-year-old Jonathan Smith showed remorse as he apologized to the dozens of women he says he attacked on the Centennial Trail last week.

Hours-long hostage negotiation in Spokane Valley leads to safe arrest ...

Spokane Valley Deputies' response to a warrant for a suspect wanted on a drug trafficking charge in Coeur d'Alene led to an hours-long hostage negotiation Wednesday evening. At about 11 p.m. Wednesday, deputies contacted 23-year-old Zachary D. Edinger, who was staying in an apartment in the 13300 block of East Mission in Spokane Valley, according to a sheriff's office news release.

Community garden in Valley offers plots for $15 each - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 PST

Gardeners looking for a place to grow vegetables this summer can buy a plot from the Fresh Start Community Garden in Spokane Valley. The nonprofit, which uses land provided by Modern Electric, has plots available for $15, said Carol Janiga, who serves on the garden's board.

Vehicle compartment fire consumes newspaper delivery woman's car - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 PST

Cars played a pivotal role in two calls to the Spokane Valley Fire Department last week, when one was destroyed and the other unaccounted for. A woman called the fire department from the 9500 block of East Mission Avenue shortly before 3 a.m. April 13 to report her car was on fire.

Cost overruns for Sullivan Road Bridge work may cost Spokane Valley...

The Spokane Valley City Council had few comments Tuesday evening when it was told the new Sullivan Bridge could cost $424,000 more than planned. A design error meant the new bridge had less than legal clearance between the surface of the Centennial Trail, which runs along the river below the bridge, and the underside of the bridge deck.

Mother, son teach students about Guilds' School mission - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 PST

Jenna Alfrey describes cells in the body as Legos when she talks to preschool students. She tells them her 22-month-old son Kingston's Legos may be different colors or size than theirs and, as a result, it is more difficult for him to perform tasks like walking, talking or eating.

Spokane Valley gets closer to snow removal ordinance that includes fines - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 PST

The city of Spokane Valley is working on a snow removal ordinance which may just be ready before the snow starts to fly again, as city attorney Cary Driskell dryly remarked. On Tuesday, the Spokane Valley City Council got closer to formulating an ordinance that includes both a carrot and stick: lots of public education and fines if people don't pay attention.

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Twelve String will be featured in a Meet the Brewer night Thursday from 6 to 9 at Brewz on Barker in Spokane Valley, with live music and a special menu. Pints Alehouse launches its Three-Headed Hop Monster weekend Friday at 3, featuring the collaboration imperial IPA by that name from Barley Brown's, Boneyard and Melvin along with Barley Brown's Pallet Jack, Ratchet Strap and Headshake IPAs plus Breakfast Stout; Boneyard's Notorious triple IPA, Armored Fist CDA collaboration with Three Floyds and Suge Knite imperial stout; and Melvin's Hubert pale.

Creature feature: Border collie needs active family - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 PST

Please 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 at 6815 E. Trent Ave. in Spokane Valley.

Washington Senate honors late Judge Sam Cozza - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 PST

Salvatore "Sam" Cozza, the late Spokane Superior Court judge, left his mark on the Spokane community in part through his rulings from the bench. He left his mark on the state judiciary through his work with the Legislature.

Then and Now: Liberty Lake Golf Course clubhouse - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 PST

Liberty Lake, a recreation destination for local residents as early as 1900, was named for Etienne Eduard La Liberte, a mail carrier and guide for the U.S. Army. He was a native of Quebec who homesteaded there in 1871 and raised cattle on a large parcel on the north and west shorelines.

Distracted driving law headed for overdue update - Sun, 16 Apr 2017 PST

It took three years to get the message, but state lawmakers appear on the verge of updating Washington's distracted driving law. The Senate and House have passed their bills, and the two chambers appear to have reached agreement.

Caught on camera: glass shop smash and grab

Mind's Eye has only been open for about a month and it didn't take them that long to experience their first break in. Two suspects were caught on camera, throwing a rock right through the front door then knocking all of the glass out of the door.

Spokane Valley guide proclaims April 'awesome' for fly fishers - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 PST

A St. Joe River cutthroat rises in April to take a skwalla dry fly pattern. April is the month in which everything wakes up on the region's streams, and for that reason alone it may be the "most awesome month" for fly fishermen, a Spokane Valley guide said.

Spokane Valley City Council considering potential new library - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 PST

Twin sisters Elyce and Kendyn Stephens, age 15 months, participate in free-time play after the Spokane Valley Library story time on Friday, April 14, 2017. The library district purchased land across the street from the new Spokane Valley city hall from Spokane Valley for a new library, but voters have rejected the proposal.

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