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January 25, 2018

From the Archives: 1998 Brittany Kendall, a second-grader at Salnave Elementary, decided to donate to the district's technology levy. She gave $1 in a hand-decorated envelope to Phil Snowdon, superintendent of Cheney schools. She listened to her teachers talk about new computers they would get if they could raise the money. She said she had $2 left over from McDonalds, and donated half of that.

10 Years Ago

Jan. 24, 2008

Medical Lake Police Chief Tony Harbolt announced his resignation from his five-year run as chief of the city police force.

The Medical Lake PTSO was celebrating its 10th year of its annual district carnival and auction at Medical Lake Elementary School. It was the organization's one big fundraiser for the school for the year.

Cheney wrestler Cameron Schlotter captured the 160-pound Schoolboy Division Championship at the Oregon Wrestling Classic held in Redmond, Ore. Schlotter went undefeated, winning four matches.

20 Years Ago

Jan. 29, 1998

The Cheney School D...



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