September 5, 2013 | Vol. 117 -- No. 20

Looking Back

10 Years Ago

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This was the scene on the afternoon of Aug. 31 1983 outside the Fisher Administration Building in Cheney as teachers rallied to support the Cheney Education Association bargaining team.

Sept. 11, 2003

Cheney voters were about to receive their ballots that would decide whether or not to fund the revival of the Parks and Recreation Department with an increase in utility taxes.

With the help of Ducks Unlimited ducks on the West Plains were about to receive a new sanctuary located on 238 acres of land adjacent to the Cheney’s wastewater treatment plant.

After providing services for some 4,000 area residents Planned Parenthood was going to open a clinic in Cheney.

Senior quarterback Keith Schmidt scored a pair of touchdowns as Medical Lake rolled to a 28-7 foot...

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