Thursday, September 23, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Chickens and other woes

Posted on Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 7:51 AM

Moving Jefferson The Spokane school board has voted unanimously to tear down Jefferson Elementary and rebuild it about 2,000 feet west, at 37th and Manito Boulevard. (KREM)

Chicken fight A Valley man is trying to loose that city's limits on raising chickens. Currently, residents can only raise one per 3,000 square feet of land. (NWCN)

Parking woes Greenstone has announced it'll build a parking garage as part of its Kendall Yards development, potentially alleviating legendary parking shortages at the county courthouse. (SR)

NIC president diagnosed with cancer Priscilla Bell has taken a medical leave from North Idaho College to treat breast cancer. (CdA Press)

Health care starts today Six months after the health care reform bill was signed into law, several of its key provisions go into effect today. (NYT)

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