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Trailhead to host seminar
Trailhead, the city of Liberty Lake-owned golf course, will host a training seminar for the "First Green Foundation" on June 26 with local golf course superintendents instructing representatives from the Washington State Agricultural Teachers Association.

Utilizing the standards of golf course maintenance, the program provides lessons in science surrounding topics like soil and water management.

Liberty Lake man is Spokane's officer of the year
Cpl. Kevin Keller of the Spokane Police Department was honored last month as its employee of the year.
More than 30 Spokane police officers who've gone above and beyond the call of duty were honored for bravery, professionalism and commitment to the community. Keller is a resident of Liberty Lake.

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