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Tiffeny’s Temptations: Tempting the taste buds

Tiffeny’s Temptations: Tempting the taste buds

Tiffeny Wycoff has been baking since she was 5 years old.“I had the Easy Bake oven,” she remem…

Working past 65: Redefining the golden years

Working past 65: Redefining the golden years

For two to three days a week, 71-year-old Foothills Lincoln Mazda service valet Art Zastrow gets up …

 IP Street regains momentum after dormant period

IP Street regains momentum after dormant period

IP Street Holdings LLC’s head of product development says the patent-data software analysis compan…

  Cd’A oral surgeon pioneers dental implant system

Cd’A oral surgeon pioneers dental implant system

Dr. Daniel R. Cullum, oral surgeon and founder of Coeur d’Alene-based Implants Northwest, is pione…

Spokane financial advisers: Rein in scattered retirement accounts

Spokane financial advisers: Rein in scattered retirement accounts

Some financial advisers here say they’re seeing a growing segment of people nearing retirement asking how to handle scattered retirement funds.Jerry Felts, principal at Jerry Felts CFP, of Spokane, says it’s becoming more common to see clients with …

 Northwest Sports Network partnership expands

Northwest Sports Network partnership expands

Recognizing an opportunity to provide more comprehensive treatment for its customers and a wider swath of the general community, two medical groups formed a partnership here more than a year ago with the intention of helping clients with sports-related in…

Avista to install smart lights in U District

Avista to install smart lights in U District

Avista Corp., of Spokane, expects to begin installing the first of almost 40 smart streetlights in the city’s University District in January, says Heather Rosentrater, the company’s vice president of energy delivery.Avista is one of six founding par…

Spokane Area Retired Educators Association fights dip in membership

Spokane Area Retired Educators Association fights dip in membership

Despite a declining membership, the Spokane Area Retired Educators Association continues to work toward its mission of supporting both its members and education efforts throughout the area. The association’s president, Karen Mahan, says that although…