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Police Department to receive more than $1 million

AIRWAY HEIGHTS — The police department, along with other departments in the state, has received a Mental Health Field Response grant contract for $1,314,151.35, according to the West Plains Safety Alliance. Funded by the... — Updated 9/20/2023

 By Josh Babcock    News

Hearing loss may be due to COVID 'vaccines'

PULLMAN – A $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will help Washington State University researchers determine if new drugs used to treat COVID-19 may be linked to hearing loss.  There are no reports of... — Updated 9/20/2023


West Plains Police News

The following arrests were made by the Airway Heights Police between Aug. 15 and Sept. 10 Aug. 15 Ty A. Holland was arrested on the 1300 block South of Ziegler Street for third and second-degree possession of stolen property.... — Updated 9/14/2023

 By Brett Davis    News

Inslee alleges profiteering by oil, gas companies

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee wants legislation to investigate the possibility fossil fuel companies are profiteering from high gas prices in the state. “Well, people are tired – are sick and tired – of oil and gas companies... — Updated 9/14/2023

 By Matthew Stephens    News

Local church rallying for community

MEDICAL LAKE – The community has rallied to support the residents that lost everything in the Gray Fire, and one church in town is going above and beyond. Redemption Church,... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Randy Bracht    News

More aid offered to fire victims

MEDICAL LAKE - More assistance has been made available for families, property owners and businesses affected by recent wildfires. On Thursday, Gov. Jay Inslee expanded an earlier... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Matthew Stephens    News

City faces hurdles in recovery

MEDICAL LAKE – Several factors still weigh heavy on the community and property owners that lost their homes in the Gray Fire. During the special council session held on Aug. 29,... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Matthew Stephens    News

Medical Lake to hold weekly meetings

MEDICAL LAKE – It was initially announced during the Aug. 29 special council session that the city is working on initiating weekly meetings to address community needs more directly. Mayor Terri Cooper said the meeting that day... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Lucas Walsh    News

Council passes Betz Road resolution

CHENEY — The Council unanimously approved, with one abstention, a resolution to sign a consultant agreement for the North Sixth Street and Betz Road Transportation Improvement... — Updated 9/7/2023


West Plains Police News

Airway Heights August 20 Travis J Jenson was arrested on the 1200 block South of Hayford Road for Theft in the Third Degree, Making False Statements to A Public Servant, Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer and Resisting Arrest.... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Cheney Free Press    News

Company donates $20,000 for area fire recovery

SPOKANE – Teck American Incorporated, a subsidiary of Teck Resources Limited (Teck) has donated $20,000 to local organizations supporting emergency wildfire responses in eastern Washington. The money was given to two groups in... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Lucas Walsh    News

Man arrested on felony warrant

CHENEY — A domestic violence suspect was arrested for felony/misdemeanor warrants, protection order violation, and possession of a stolen firearm on Aug. 23. On the morning of... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Cheney Free Press    News

Final daily update given for Gray Fire

MEDICAL LAKE – The final daily update on the Gray Fire was sent out From Northwest Team 7 on Sept. 2, who had been overseeing the firefighting efforts. Since this notice, all evacuation warnings have been lifted. This update... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Drew Lawson    News

Edwall family loses home to Gray Fire

SILVER LAKE-A couple with Lincoln County school and farming ties lost their Lakehurst Drive home in the Gray Fire in and near Medical Lake Friday, Aug. 18. Ashton and Ashley Klein... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Cheney Free Press    News

Party declarations certified for 2024 presidential primary

OLYMPIA — As required by state law, political party declarations voters must sign when participating in the 2024 Presidential Primary were certified Tuesday morning by Secretary of State Steve Hobbs. Washington’s voters do not... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Lucas Walsh    News

Council approves preservation award

CHENEY — The Council unanimously passed a resolution to award a contract for the residential street preservation project at their regular meeting on Aug. 22. “This is a... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By The Journal    News

Othello man arrested for arson

OTHELLO – A local man was arrested Thursday, Aug. 31, after allegedly attempting to light a trailer on fire. Isabel Junior Rocha III, 38, of Othello, was booked into the Franklin County Jail at about 6:53 a.m. Thursday, jail... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Valley Herald    News

National Service Dog Month Proclaimed

LIBERTY LAKE - According to a press memo, the City Council and mayor authorized a proclamation in recognition of September's National Service Dog Month during the Sept. 5 City Council meeting. According to the city they believe in... — Updated 9/7/2023

 By Lucas Walsh    News

Local man to be arraigned for vehicular assault

CHENEY — A local man will be arraigned for vehicular assault for his involvement in an Aug. 17 crash. Balwinder S. Lidhar, 57, was arrested on First Street for driving under the... — Updated 8/31/2023


West Plains Police News

AIRWAY HEIGHTS POLICE AIRWAY HEIGHTS — The following arrests were made by the police between Aug. 11-28: Aug. 11 Christopher D. O’Neal was arrested on the 13600 block of West Sixth Avenue for domestic order of protection violat... — Updated 8/31/2023

 By Matthew Stephens    News

Locals rally to raise funds for fire victims

MEDICAL LAKE – Bringing a community together is helping to alleviate some of the loss people are dealing with here. With that in mind, a community event was held on Aug. 23.... — Updated 8/31/2023

 By Cheney Free Press    News

U-Haul offers 30 days assistance

SPOKANE — U-Haul is offering 30 days of free self-storage and U-Box container usage to residents in and around Spokane impacted by two active wildfires, according to a company press release. Because the Gray and Oregon fires... — Updated 8/31/2023

 By Cheney Free Press    News

State Supreme Court upholds records access

OLYMPIA – The work-related records of public employees are indeed public, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday, Aug. 24. In a public records-access lawsuit filed by the Freedom Foundation, the state’s highest court ruled... — Updated 8/31/2023

 By Matthew Stephens    News

Utility disputes addressed with council

AIRWAY HEIGHTS – A couple of unpaid water bill disputes had to be addressed with city council on Aug. 28. The first dispute from Jason Rosa stems from a tenant going delinquent on their utility bill, racking up over $1,700 as... — Updated 8/31/2023

 By Matthew Stephens    News

Fire clean up hazardous

MEDICAL LAKE – One difficulty of cleaning up after a wildfire is doing so safely. According to the Spokane Regional Health District, there are a lot of reasons for people to take precautions when cleaning burned property. Along... — Updated 8/31/2023


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