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Mammograms go 3-D at Inland Imaging

Inland Imaging LLC is going 3-D in its mammography imaging units, installing new breast tomosynthesis machines that it hopes will find cancer earlier and reduce false positives. ...

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In wake of Senator’s inquiry, hospitals here say aid to sexual assault victims is good

Spokane-area hospital officials say they have the appropriate trained staff and forensic rape kit te...

Adapting first aid, CPR training to be used on infants

Providence Health Care class instructor Clair Bennett says an infant/child first aid and CPR class s...

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Tackling the complexities of multiple health problems

Hayley Olson spent much of her 20s living life around health care issues, but she thought she’d tu...

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Rightsizing WorkSource in an improving economy

Unemployment rate and total employment are two of WorkSource Spokane’s common gauges of economic h...

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Gonzaga graduates find good fit with menswear startup

Three Gonzaga University alumni who earned business degrees at the Jesuit school here five years ago, and then spent four years in China, have gotten off to a promising start with an online premium menswear company called Vincero Collective that they co-f...

EWU sets application deadline for Aug. 1

With a record number of entering freshmen expected this fall, Eastern Washington University will close the application for admission to new freshmen on Aug. 1. ...

Networking is more essential part of job hunting

Even in the best of times, millions of Americans are unemployed. And tens of millions more are just one bit of bad news away....

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Fulcrum Institute ramps up new training center

Fulcrum Institute of Spokane is working on a project that will have workforce-training, education, and job-placement components when it comes on line beginning next month, says Judith Gilmore, a Fulcrum spokeswoman....

Walmart’s shift pickup program lets some go FT

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. employees in Spokane and North Idaho are signing up for additional work hours through a corporate program called Open Shifts, which enables many to move from part-time to full-time employment, the Bentonville, Ark.-based company says....

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