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I CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, May 28, 2015 NEW Chene woman injury By JOHN McCALLUM Akers of Arlington, Wash., Debris from the Freight- one lane eventually opened Editor left the roadway in the liner also struck a 2012 Hon- around 9:30 a.m. Friday A Cheney woman es- westbound lanes and lost daCoupedrivenbyDelores morning. The highway was caped potential injury in a control. The trailer of Akers J. Shack of Cheney, who completely open by noorL collision last Friday involv- t ck struck the trailer of a was also westbound. None The State Patrol cited ing two semi trucks on 2009Internationaldrivenby of the drivers were injured Akers for negligent driv- Interstate 90 not far fTom the Binyam M. Wondmageg- and both Shack and Won- ing. The accident also had Cheney-Four Lakes exit. nehu of Calgary, Alberta dmagegnehu were able to a windfall for cats at the According to the Wash- before rolling over and drive their vehicles from Spokane County Regional ingtonState Patrol, at just af- coming to rest in the high- the scene. Animal Protection Service ter midnight a 2007 Freight- way median, spilling the Both lanes of 1-90 west- (SCRAPS). liner driven by Timothy contents of the trailer, bound were blocked, with According to a SCRAPS continued from page 1 day until 4 p.m., includ- ogy of the eled Scab- ing horse and pony rides, lands landscape and other nament tips off at 8 a.m., bouncy castles, a car show, aspects of the refuge. along with vendor booths live music and dancing Activities include at College Avenue and by Eastern Washington"SoundsoftheNight"with First Street and in the Bank University students, a hu- EWUbiology graduate stu- of America parking lot. man foosball court, food, dent Chris Brady, "Projec- The Friends of the beverages and more. tiles!" by Spokane's Mobius Cheney Library book sale Also taking place Sat- Science Center and an inter- begins at 9 a.m. in front urday a short 5-mile drive active display of fire fight- of the library. At 10 a.m. down Cheney-Plaza Road ing apparatus. There wiU be the annual "4 & 1/2 Block is Turnbull Refuge's fourth bird walks, a "Birds, Flow- Walk" for the American annualFloods, Flowersand ers and Mammals Walk" Cancer Society kicks off Feathers Festival. The festi- with EWU biologists and from Owl Pharmacy. val provides opportunities a photography walk with There will be a variety to learn about local wildlife professional naturephotog- of activities all day Satur- and their habitats, the geol- rapher Chuck Kerkering. Information booths and activities include making a pinwheel with the help of Cheney Library staff, decoy painting for kids by Ducks Unlimited and leafing impressions from students at EWU Snyamn- cut residence hall. The festival runs from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. A list of activities and spedh'c times is available online at www. John McCal- lum can be reached at jmac@ ss.a n. lisior news release, the towing SCRAPS staff, volu company tasked with re- teers and some help! moving Akers' rig contact- citizens quickly respond ed the organization as they and were able to salva were beginning to clean up hundreds of cans and box the interstate and told them of cat food. someofthedebrisconsisted J o h n M c C a of high quality canned cat lum can be reached food and grain bee pate. j ss.wm. Photo by Al Stover Arbor Day contest winner Airway Heights Mayor Patrick Rushing (right) presents Sunset Elementary fourth-grader Autumn Verstrate (left) with a plaque for winning the 2015 Arbor Day Poster Contest. continued from page 1 The woman also said the the ride, who was then ond-degree kidnapping, female allegedly tookcontacted by police and second-degree theft and forming them that her several credit cards,confirmed that they had possession of marijua- infantand a15-year-old Officers returned to provided the 15-year- na. matching the description Cheney Trading Corn- old with a ride and the Campbell said the of the female at Cheney pany, found the 15-year- location she had been incident didn't take of- Trading Company were old had gone, and after dropped off. ricers long to resolve. missing, questioning individuals, Spokane Police were "The infant wasn't The woman told pc- patrons and staff, at the contacted, and subse- gone very long," he lice the 15-year-old was store, determined shequently recovered the said. "It was good pc- an acquaintance of hers, had contacted someonechild and apprehended lice work." and had volunteered to who had given her a ride the suspect on the 500 ] o h n M c C a I - watch the infant while to Spokane. Individuals block of West Garland lure can be reached at the mother was distract- at the store identified Avenue. The suspect jmac@cheneyfreepress. ed with another matter, the person providing was charged with sec- corn SiYii ll0 BII RIInl • Locally owned & operated • Tank pumping & maintenance • Baffle inspection • System inspection for home sale • Drain cleaning • Drain field installation License #602872994 AUTO BODY CABLE/INTERNET Davis Communications, Inc. NO CONTRACTS Internet Cable Phone 9 a.m. to 5 92 4th Street Cheney, WA 99004 624-7129 CHENEY BUSINESS OPEN 7 am - 5 pm Mon - Fri Call for Saturday Delivery • Basalt Boulders • Top Soil • Fill Dirt • Compost * Sandy Loam • Wood, Concrete & Asphalt Recycling 9518 S. Grove Rd. 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