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  • Vision Accomplished
  • Vision Accomplished

    Stop for a minute and reflect on the community effort behind the new, improved McEuen Park
  • A Hoopfest Tribute
  • A Hoopfest Tribute

    Basketball gets an artistic treatment in Spokane
      That’s just what Hoopfest’s executive director, Rick Steltenpohl, wanted to know. So roughly six months ago, he developed a committee of Hoopfest folks and representatives of the Parks Department and the city’s Arts Commission to explore creating a sculpture honoring the organization’s 25-year anniversary.
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  • A Return to Curry
  • A Return to Curry

    Swagat brings a much-welcomed dose of Indian cuisine to the Valley
      Pargat Singh’s delectable dishes had been sitting dormant for far too long, but as of last month, our area is able to enjoy his recipes and techniques once again. Five years after selling his share of the now-defunct Bombay Palace in downtown Spokane, Singh opened Swagat Indian Cuisine in Spokane Valley.
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  • Eco-Homesteaders
  • Eco-Homesteaders

    A young developer wants to bring New Urbanism to the Spokane Valley. But she needs everyone's help.
      Cassie Price and Ross Taylor want to bring New Urbanism to Spokane Valley. But she needs everyone's help.
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  • Game On
  • Game On

    The Ref serves your favorite teams with a side of wings.
  • Work It, Girl
  • Work It, Girl

    Tonya Smith's journey from the Spokane Valley Mall to the attention of New York’s fashion elite.
      Mop Top style blogger Tonya Smith's journey from the Spokane Valley Mall to the attention of New York’s fashion elite.
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  • Spokane Valley
  • Spokane Valley

    Through the haze of sprawl, there are some diamonds in the Valley.
      They say that long before it was called Spokane Valley, the Salish called it “Sn-tutuul-i.” They also say that no one knows what exactly what that word means. And today, nine years after t
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  • She Said, He Said
  • She Said, He Said

    The winners and losers of two recent debates.
  • Nowhere Fast
  • Nowhere Fast

    Spokane Valley's leaders are confusing conservative principles with being anti-everything.
      East Sprague has always been an unfortunate symbol of Spokane Valley. It goes on and on, without a center, seemingly without end. Driving it can feel like going nowhere. In 2000, Spokane County magnified that East Sprague state of mind by turning it into a couplet and treating Spokane Valley like a freeway — a place you drive through.
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