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Inland Imaging’s sharper image

Inland Imaging’s sharper image

Inland Imaging LLC, of Spokane, has begun using new dual scanning technology called a SPECT-CT scan,…

Providence cardiac program accredited for treatment of congenital heart disease

Providence cardiac program accredited for treatment of congenital heart disease

The Providence Adult & Teen Congenital Heart Program, at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Ch…

Idaho Trust Bank builds on strength

Idaho Trust Bank builds on strength

Now in its 23rd year of operations, Idaho Trust Bank, which bills itself as one of few banks in the …

Retirement savings catch-up said possible, not ideal

Retirement savings catch-up said possible, not ideal

Children. Divorce. Medical expenses. Unemployment. Grandchildren. There’s a long list of reasons…

Spokane groups strategize for legislative session

Spokane groups strategize for legislative session

Spokane-area interests are working to inform lawmakers about their priorities as the state Legislature prepares to convene its 2018 session, which they say will focus heavily on passing a capital budget and continuing education mandates.The Legislature…

Orchard Crest maintains high occupancy rate

Orchard Crest maintains high occupancy rate

Dianna Carter, director of community relations for Spokane Valley-based Orchard Crest Retirement Community & Assisted Living, says the retirement community has been operating at near capacity with 200 to 225 residents at any given time, a trend consistent…

DSHS rolls out two new caregiver support services

DSHS rolls out two new caregiver support services

The Washington state Department of Social and Health Services has rolled out new services for unpaid caregivers. Bea Rector, Olympia-based director of the home and community services division within the Aging and Long Term Support Administration of DSHS…

Free to ride: Care Cars program delivers mobility

Free to ride: Care Cars program delivers mobility

Jennifer Perkins was overwhelmed.Her husband, David, had suffered a stroke and been diagnosed with dementia. Countless doctor appointments and medical tests stretched out before them, but Perkins had her own health issues, and she didn’t drive.“I …