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Amy Doneen: Curbing cardiac events

Amy Doneen: Curbing cardiac events

Amy Doneen is a nurse practitioner, an author, an international speaker, and a business owner. She i…

Federal rules update pregnancy-discrimination safeguards

Federal rules update pregnancy-discrimination safeguards

Recent enforcement guidance issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission signals that the f…

Low-income senior housing projects dry up

Low-income senior housing projects dry up

Recent high-profile, low-income senior housing projects here valued at some $34 million mark a brief…

Old Washington Cracker Co. building remodel mulled in downtown Spokane

Old Washington Cracker Co. building remodel mulled in downtown Spokane

The new owner of the historic Washington Cracker Co. building hopes to convert the 33,700-square-foo…

 North Side OB-GYN clinic embraces less invasive trend

North Side OB-GYN clinic embraces less invasive trend

Associates for Women’s Health, a general obstetrics and gynecology practice here, is seeing trends of women wanting less invasive treatments with quicker recovery time, says Dr. Robert Milligan, a partner at the practice. …

 Spokane-area agencies come together to prevent elder abuse

Spokane-area agencies come together to prevent elder abuse

With the number of Americans over the age of 65 at 41 million and increasing, governments and local organizations are faced with the growing problem of elder abuse, which is defined as the intentional or neglectful acts by a caregiver or trusted individua…

Retirees can take many avenues to charitable giving

Retirees can take many avenues to charitable giving

Warren Buffett has persuaded more than 100 billionaires to give away large portions of their wealth to philanthropy over the past few years. People in Spokane may not have billions to donate to charity but they are generous when it comes to giving money t…