Author: Editorial Team

Pet Business Owners Hand Over Operations

Leslie & Dan Stansbury have been successful pet-related business owners in the Deer Park community for over 30 years and serving as community leaders. In January, they handed over their businesses to Isaiah and Danielle Prosser.

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SWAT At Deer Park Apartments

SWAT made an arrest Friday morning of David Allen, a suspected bank robber at Mission Court Apartments. He has been booked into Spokane County Jail.

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Construction Starts Monday On Loon Lake Roundabout

Update: WSDOT has announced that due to labor issues the roundabout portion of the project will not start until September. The repaving portion of the project is still schedule to start August 15th. 

The project for the intersection of Highway 395 and State Route 292/Gardenspot Road in Loon Lake starts next week. Travelers will deal with four different stages of detours for the first 15 days of the project.

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Deer Park City Wide Yard Sale Coming Soon

We’re less than a week away from the Deer Park Yard Sale (DPYS); held annually during the first weekend in August for over 10 years! Whether you are hosting a sale or hunting for a bargain, this weekend will be a great time

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Lilly Receives Special Rotary Recognition

Award pins were presented to Doug Lilly for contributions to the Rotary Foundation. A local park has benefited from Lilly’s dedication to making a difference. Rotarian Doug Lilly, owner of LifeWorks Financial Services, was presented with the “Paul Harris Plus Two Pin” at a recent Rotary Club Meeting.

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Want A Job?

Getting a job has changed dramatically over the last couple of years. Despite many looking for work and help wanted signs in abundance, people on all sides of the hiring process are frustrated.

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Burning Yard Waste Prohibited

It is illegal to burn yard and garden waste because Deer Park city is in an Urban Growth Area (UGA). That begs the question, What are my alternatives to getting rid of my yard debris?

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Heroes Silkies Walk 2022

Stand with our veterans by participating in the “Heroes Silkies Walk 2022” this Saturday (April 23rd). You have until Friday night to sign up. This walk is brought to you by local non-profit Heroes Homestead which has partnered with the Spokane Vet Center.

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Adventures In Boating Course

With so many lakes in the Spokane and Stevens County area (over 100), it is no wonder why boating is such a popular pastime in our area. However, as with most activities, boating is not without its dangers and accidents occur. This is why Spokane County Sheriff is offering mandatory boating education classes.

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