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Looking Back


April 12, 2018

From the archives: 1998

Hundreds of youngsters flocked to Salnave Park for the annual Easter Egg hunt. The effort was truly a community event, as the Cheney Fire Department transported the Easter Bunny to the park and sounded the siren that sent kids scrambling. Kiwanis members provided the manpower, dyeing more than 3,000 eggs and hiding them throughout the park. Wilcox Farms donated the eggs and Ben Franklin provided special baskets to those who discovered "golden eggs."

10 Years Ago

April 10, 2008

Residents at Pine Lodge Correctional Center for Women celebrated receiving their GEDs at a graduation ceremony held at the Department of Corrections' facility in Medical Lake. The women were part of a class of 29 residents receiving their certificates through Community Colleges of Spokane in front of family, friends, several keynote speakers and staff.

Cheney's Kafka Coffee officially became Tully's Coffee, ending a five-year business run for the popular restaurant. It was located on the ground level of Eastern Washington University's Brewster Hall, 410 Second Av...

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