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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.
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
John Blanchette: Empire coach Adam Shackleford loves interaction with fans - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 PST
Spokane Empire coach Adam Shackleford, left, is a beloved figure in town, but he's been mistaken for other well-known people outside town. Adam Shackleford has a high-profile job he performs in front of 5,000 people a night, and a former lineman's physique that makes it hard to go incognito outside the dasher boards.Spokane Valley fire roundup: 'Bucket brigade' douses molten metal ...
A call at the Kaiser Aluminum plant in Spokane Valley early one morning last week led to hours of effort by Spokane Valley Fire Department crews to put out a fire caused by molten metal. Crews were called to the plant in the 15000 block of East Euclid Avenue at 4:50 a.m. on Feb. 16 to find heavy fire under one of the remelt furnaces, said department spokeswoman Melanie Rose.Spokane Valley gets first look at cheaper plans for the Barker Road...
Different and cheaper plans for the Barker Road Grade Separation project have surfaced at Spokane Valley City Hall where they were brought before the City Council for the first time Tuesday evening. The council listened quietly while Deputy City Manager John Hohman explained the plans for the grade separation were developed in 2014, but not presented to the council until Tuesday.Valleyfest seeks candidates for Miss Spokane Valley - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 PST
Young women living in Spokane Valley are invited to an information meeting about Miss Spokane Valley at noon Saturday at Panera Bread, 15716 E. Indiana Ave. Potential contestants must be sophomores or juniors in high school and are encouraged to bring parents or guardians to the meeting. The judging for the pageant consists of a panel interview, a speech about "What does Spokane Valley mean to me?" and an onstage question, as well as the contestants' display of a hobby or a talent.Continue reading this blog post
Now a modern Spokane brewer and baker are making beer and bread using a type of barley that originated in the headwaters of the Nile River thousands of years ago. Bellwether this week launches its Purple Egyptian Barley Project .Doctor duo files $191M bankruptcy suit
A Spokane husband and wife doctor duo have filed a staggering bankruptcy suit, alleging that they could owe as much as $191 million to more than 8,000 creditors. For several years now, Debra Ravasia has operated a weight loss program, identified in court documents as Northwest Health Summit, and Ajuva Medical Spa and Weight Loss.Washington Senate considers outside oversight of prisons - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 PST
Washington could save millions on lawsuits like the claim for the slaying of teenager in a North Spokane tattoo parlor if it would spend money on an outside office to oversee the Department of Corrections, a Senate committee was told Monday. Some lawmakers are pushing for an outside ombudsman's office for the department where complaints about the department policies and actions could get an independent review.Senate bill to improve coroner inquests moves forward
Senate Bill 5769 was inspired by the coroner inquest into the 2015 Pasco police shooting of Antonio Zambrano-Montes. A jury at the inquest decided the officers were justified under the current law in their decision to shoot the rock-throwing man who was high on meth.Inslee, GOP lawmakers spar over the right way to handle possible changes to Obamacare
Courtney Anderson, 23, of the Spokane Valley, explains at a press conference with Gov. Jay Inslee how Obamacare allowed her to stay on her parents' insurance, which covered her treatment for colon cancer last year. Without it, she might have been denied because of a pre-existing condition.Can you make it from Spokane's South Hill to downtown without hitting a pothole?
Spokane potholes have reached a whole new level this year. There is even a Facebook group dedicated to them.Water run-off causes flooding in Spokane homes
If you live near a stream or river, flooding is probably something you've had to deal with before. But now, this winter is bringing unwelcome water to places you might not expect.Potholes prompt Spokane tire business boom
Jeremy Dierks owns Perfection Tire and Auto Repair and it's safe to say business is good. "Mother Nature has helped us out a lot," he says.K9 Laslo takes down convicted felon in possession of a gun and meth
A convicted felon in possession of a handgun and meth was arrested after a pursuit early Monday morning in Spokane Valley. Corporal Jeff Thurman spotted a stolen Jeep traveling west on I-90 near Havana just after 4:00 a.m. Corporal Thurman followed the Jeep and waited for backup, but the driver, identified as 42-year-old Thomas E. Lenocker, sped away.4 Things to Know for Feb. 20th
There was heavy police activity in southeast Spokane early Monday morning when an I-90 car chase ended with officers in pursuit of suspects on foot. Two men were arrested after they fled the stolen car they had been driving and K9 units tracked them down.Wedding anniversary: Couple mark 50th - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 PST
John and Nancy Horstketter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, Dec. 26, with a gathering with family and friends on Jan. 14 at CenterPlace in Spokane Valley.Spokane County reopens multiple roads but remains in state of...
Rushing water overloaded this culvert on Elder Road just west of Darknell Road and tore through the roadway south of Spokane near Highway 27, shown Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017. Spokane County road crews reopened multiple roads Sunday after closing more than a dozen due to flooding and road washouts caused by a week of heavy rain.Sunday Spin 2: Strange bedfellows department
Tacoma, and Rep. Matt Shea, R-Spokane Valley, are pretty far apart politically, but they managed to agree, albeit briefly, on the importance of a bill during a session of the House Judiciary Committee Thursday. The bill was HB 2097 , which prohibits employers or government officials from keeping a list of employees' or citizens' religious affiliations or asking about someone's faith.
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