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Oct. 15

Spokane Almost Leveled Clock Tower

11:23 a.m. - Watch 1:53 - Man honored for saving historic landmark.

Oct. 12

Mayor: outlook cautious, thoughtful, realistic

9:29 a.m. - Woodward focuses on collaboration, next steps in Statement of Conditions and Affairs

Oct. 4

Virtual Fall Compost Fair Planned for October

5:10 p.m. - Spokane residents can learn the basics of home composting and receive a free compost bin by participating in a virtual compost fair.

Mayor Woodward releases preliminary draft 2022 budget

4:22 p.m. - Priority-based maintains core service levels

Oct. 1

Reserve Officers Back Spokane Police

9 p.m. - Watch 2:17 - Volunteers help keep our community safe.

Regional shelter system fills gaps, adds consistency

9 p.m. - Improved predictability comes in time for winter

Sept. 23

Police Target Abandoned Vehicles

11:25 a.m. - Watch 2:11 - Getting rid of neighborhood nuisances.

Sept. 13

2021 Spokane Recycles Poster Contest

4:55 p.m. - Students can enter the 2021 Spokane Recycles Poster Contest and have their artwork used to educate others about reducing waste.

Sept. 10

Considering Stormwater Ordinance Changes to Protect Water Quality

4:06 p.m. - Changes to Spokane Municipal Code are being proposed to meet conditions of the stormwater permit.

Sept. 3

Serving Up a Problem

11:51 a.m. - Watch 2:46 - Generosity without services enables “lifestyle”.