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Expect traffic delays in Spokane Valley next week

Expect traffic delays in Spokane Valley next week

Expect traffic delays in Spokane Valley next week as crews begins construction On Sharp Ave. and Mirabeau Parkway. Here’s the traffic obstruction information from the City of Spokane Valley:

Washington deadline to remove studded tires

Washington deadline to remove studded tires

Monday is the deadline for drivers to remove studded tires.

Drivers with studded tires after Monday could get a $124 ticket.

The Transportation Department wants studded tires off the road because they cause highway ruts and damage bridge decks.

Spokane and Spokane Valley want you to report potholes

Spokane and Spokane Valley want you to report potholes

While trudging through the snow and hoping you car stops on the ice are some of the worst things about winter, the biggest winter problem is easily potholes. The freeze and thaw patterns create the craters and the cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley want your help filling the pesky potholes.

Spokane Valley best city for women cyclists

Spokane Valley best city for women cyclists

Spokane Valley was named the best city for women bicyclists by The League of American Bicyclists. The city was selected to top the list of eight communities because the majority of its higher than average bicycle commuter rate is comprised of women.

Target Zero increases DUI patrols

Target Zero increases DUI patrols

From Spokane County:


Target Zero Teams are stepping up efforts to stop DUIs right here in Spokane County.  Washington’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan—“Target Zero” calls for the reduction of traffic deaths in our state to zero by the year 2030.  

Personalized license plates celebrate 40 years

Personalized license plates celebrate 40 years

From the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife:

Test drive a new car and help Central Valley High School

Test drive a new car and help Central Valley High School

News release from Central Valley H.S.:

Ford Motor Company, Gus Johnson Ford and Central Valley High School will be teaming up to Drive 4UR School on Sunday, September 29, 2013 from 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM. 

If you come by Central Valley High School that day and drive a new vehicle, Ford will pay CV $20 for every person who drives a car, up to $6,000 for the day.  The proceeds will benefit CV's track and cross-country teams.  One driver per household and the driver must be at least 18 years of age with a valid driver’s license.  You'll be asked to fill out a one-page survey to qualify for the donaltion.

Thank you for helping us in a fundraiser where nobody has to buy or sell anything and Ford Motor Company pays our school for your participation!  Thank you in advance for helping us hit our goal of 300 drives on September 29th!