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10 Years Ago

July 10, 2008

The Cheney Planning Commission held a public hearing for a proposed 38-acre development subdivision on Betz Road, west of Murphy Road to be called Harvest Bluff.

Leslie Johnson opened a new antique mall in Cheney, called Cabin Fever Antiques at 208 First St. The former location was Rose of Sharon.

Medical Lake High School got a passing grade from the National Study of School Evaluation. The district finished a 14-month accreditation process all-regional schools have to complete every six years.

20 Years Ago

July 16, 1998

When Eastern Washington University student...



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