April 21, 2024
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March Marvel-Calvary a catalyst for historic Gonzaga run

In Gear for Good
Kramer puts integrity first at Christian Brothers

City commissions offer chance to serve, enhance community
When Danetta “Dg” Garcia’s bid for a Liberty Lake City Council seat fell short, she didn’t give up on the idea of serving the city she calls home.

TT's Brewery and Barbecue Expands to Neighborhood Liberty Lake Location
In the smoky realm of barbecue, TT's BBQ has carved a niche for itself as a beacon of mouth watering flavors and culinary expertise for both their beer and food.

Daughters of The American Revolution
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is a volunteer women’s organization that has been dedicated to historical preservation, education, and patriotism for over a century. Across the United States, there are over 3,000 chapters supporting an estimated current membership of 200,000, with over one million total members since their founding in 1890.

HOA’s have different rules what it means for Police and streets
3/14/2024 3:35:26 PM
The city of Liberty Lake is known for its winding paths, street trees and homeowner’s associations. Recently, however, residents of some neighborhoods have been questioning the services they receive from the city, particularly police patrols and traffic enforcement.

Vietnam Veteran Pat Payne Receives his Combat Infantry Badge
Spokane Valley resident and Vietnam Veteran Pat Payne personifies bravery, resilience, and a profound commitment to supporting his fellow service members. Having served in the Vietnam War, Pat received both the Bronze Star and Purple Heart medals for his exceptional contributions and sacrifices. Unfortunately, at the time of his service discharge, a key ‘box’ was left unchecked, and he did not receive his Combat Infantry Badge or CIB until fifty-six years after leaving Vietnam.

Arlene Fisher was part of the first Liberty Lake administration before the official incorporation of the city in August 2001. Fisher wore many hats during a tenure that lasted until the end of 2007, including city clerk, finance director, city administrator and HR manager. She went on to serve as city manager for three Washington jurisdictions – Cheney, Mountlake Terrace and Union Gap – before retiring in 2023.

Return Ticket Home; Fisher helped establish LL city roots
In the acclaimed 1940 novel, “You Can’t Go Home Again,” author Thomas Wolfe paints the picture of ambitious writer George Webber who leaves his rural hometown roots to seek fame and fortune in New York City.

Spokane native Sean Owsley began his career in broadcast journalism 31 years ago and currently serves as morning anchor of KHQ Local News Today. As a student at Eastern Washington University, Owsley called Spokane Valley home. He has also established a successful career in music.

At Home on Air – Media fixture Owsley relishes local roots
Sean Owsley’s first big break in the media world came when he was living in a modest apartment on Skipworth Road in Spokane Valley.

Just days after the New Year, Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers showcased her commitment to recognizing community members by presenting an award on behalf of the Library of Congress. The recipient of this distinguished honor was none other than Jeremy Mullin, a dedicated employee at the Spokane Valley Library.

Spokane Valley Library employee is recognized by the Library of Congress
Spokane Valley Library was recently honored to receive a Certificate of Appreciation from the Library of Congress for its involvement in the Veterans History Project. The Library of Congress recognized the library's continuous dedication to preserving the stories and experiences of our nation's veterans. As part of this recognition, Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Jeremy Mullin, a local resident actively involved in the project.

Council social media training degenerates into confrontation
Spokane Valley City Council training on policy regarding social media accounts and use of the city’s logo turned from benignly informative to heatedly combative after an exchange between two council members at the Jan. 9 meeting.

Central Valley School District Prop. 1
1/30/2024 11:30:09 AM

Eat, Shop, and Be Merry
11/20/2023 12:57:59 PM

Water Works
10/30/2023 2:19:37 PM

2023 Candidate Guide
10/3/2023 11:45:57 AM

Sporting in Liberty Lake
9/5/2023 1:05:14 PM

Closing the Chasm
9/5/2023 1:03:40 PM

Congratulations First Ridgeline High School Graduating Class of 2023
5/30/2023 9:26:54 PM

2023 Liberty Lake Kiwanis Yard Sales are Coming!
5/2/2023 10:31:42 AM
Click here to register today! Only $15 to get into the printed and online guide!

Public Safety Raised to New Level
3/6/2023 9:52:04 PM

Parks and Art Commission
3/6/2023 9:50:24 PM

Looking Ahead to 2023
1/17/2023 1:24:02 PM

Eat, Shop and Be Merry
11/21/2022 5:32:45 PM

New city administrator
8/9/2022 2:13:27 PM

Liberty Lake Kiwanis Yard Sale Interactive Map!

Liberty Lake Kiwanis Yard Sale Guide - Now Available!!

Conrats 2022 Senior Graduates
6/13/2022 9:20:30 AM

Pavillion Park
5/12/2022 4:08:06 PM

You Are Invited
5/12/2022 4:07:17 PM

Destination Liberty Lake
5/12/2022 4:06:22 PM

Liberty Lake's Lego Home
5/12/2022 4:05:26 PM

Making and Impact 2022
4/13/2022 2:50:02 PM

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