|Splash photo by Josh Johnson
An old house on city-owned land along the eastern ridge of Rocky Hill Park is torn down by a crew from Rob’s Demolition. The home was boarded up, but was demolished after repeated break-ins over the summer caused city officials to fear an unsafe situation at the crumbling site. The City Council approved a $5,353.48 contract for the work.
Calendar of Events
Profiles: 'Tango is my mistress'
How the love of dance transformed a Liberty Lake living room into a perpetual milonga
Parting Shots: A Liberty Lake upbringing
WSU grad-to-be says community’s values, adventurous spirit helped prepare him for Army path
On the April Library page: 'The sky's the limit;' Book Review
History: Campfire stories with the Neyland girls
Neighbors & Neighborhoods: A 2015 series presented by the Liberty Lake Historical Society
In the April Wave: STEM-tacular experience; Wave announces contest winner; Area activities in April
The Wave is a special section just for kids, geared toward children in kindergarten through fifth grade
In the April Fountain: A Native song; Give Back
The Fountain is a special section about and for Liberty Lake seniors
Linda Laurel Garrett; Jennifer "Shea" Wills
Community and Education Briefs