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Western Aviation sees steady climb at Felts Field

Owners of Western Aviation Inc., the fixed-base operator at Felts Field, claim activity has grown in recent years at the general-aviation airport on the east edge of Spokane as the company has focused on providing a full range of aviation services there. ...

Airline, WSU alliance study forest-debris fuel potential

Seattle-based Alaska Airlines is teaming up with the Washington State University-led Northwest Advan...

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SCC looks to keep aerospace momentum rolling

Though federal funding from an Air Washington worker retraining grant will end in the fall, Dave Cox...

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Northwest MedStar bucks trend

Female nurses and respiratory therapists working for Northwest MedStar constitute nearly half the or...

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Women caring for women: A new model for Rockwood

Obstetricians and midwives both provide care to women during childbirth, and both work together at Rockwood OB/GYN & Midwifery Center, in a department that, by design, offers health care by women for women. ...

Don’t lose sight of heart health in fad-rich world

Now, more than ever, it appears as though a new climate of health trends is sweeping the nation. Whether it be the latest cleanse, food elimination, or quick-fix fads, it’s easy to get caught up in the diet of the day. But let’s keep sight of our long...

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Surgeon inspired in breast cancer practice

Dr. Carol R. Guthrie, founder of the Spokane Breast Center, located on the ground floor of the Sacred Heart Doctors Building, at 105 W. Eighth, readily acknowledges that she develops a personal connection with her patients....

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Russell C. Page Architects rides surge in projects

Russell C. Page Architects PS, a small but prolific Spokane design firm, has been enjoying a strong upturn in business over the last two years, says Russ Page, the firm’s principal architect. ...

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