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Young restaurateurs cook up a fresh dining scene

Young restaurateurs cook up a fresh dining scene

With six years of college, four different majors, and no degree earned, Matt Goodwin still had no id…

 Health eXpress provides guidance via the Web

Health eXpress provides guidance via the Web

Through a recently expanded online program, Eastern Washington residents can obtain minor medical tr…

Rockwood launches neurosciences institute

Rockwood launches neurosciences institute

A new multispecialty neurology care center in Spokane now joins 25 providers under one umbrella as t…

Promoting teeth-implant process as denture alternative

Promoting teeth-implant process as denture alternative

Targeting people with missing or failing teeth who are eager to end tooth-related pain and to regain…

Inventor set to roll out all-purpose car device

Inventor set to roll out all-purpose car device

A Spokane-area man has created a tool that he says can be used for five-different functions, ranging from a small snow shovel to a traction device in bad weather.Kevin Klier of Colbert, Wash., says both Napa Auto Parts and O’Reilly Auto Parts have agr…

United Way cultivates emerging leaders

United Way cultivates emerging leaders

A Spokane County United Way-affiliated group of young leaders is helping to groom the next generation of philanthropists here.…

Holy Family hospitalist receives national award

Holy Family hospitalist receives national award

Spokane physician Dr. Peter Weitzman won’t take individual credit for being selected as one of three doctors nationwide to be named as 2014 Acute Care Hospitalist of the Year by Los Angeles-based IPC Healthcare Inc. from among hospitalists it employs na…

WSU researchers hope to track preemie pain

WSU researchers hope to track preemie pain

Washington State University researchers are developing a device that can detect pain in premature infants and might be used in the future to help prevent disabilities, says assistant professor Martin Schiavenato, WSU College of Nursing. …