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$290 million-plus in public projects to start this year

$290 million-plus in public projects to start this year

Even though the passage of Initiative 976 and its subsequent court challenge have left some public …

Safe at home: Realtors must consider personal safety when showing houses

Safe at home: Realtors must consider personal safety when showing houses

In 2013, the Yakima Herald reported the brutal assault of Yakima real estate broker Vern Holbrook …

WSU researcher studies marijuana use among pregnant women

WSU researcher studies marijuana use among pregnant women

New research shows the use of cannabis among pregnant women is increasing as both medical …

Workplace sexism can be harmful to women’s health

Workplace sexism can be harmful to women’s health

Though notable strides in workplace culture and policy change undoubtedly have improved employment …

Thermal imagery business heats up

Thermal imagery business heats up

Thomas Ethen’s diverse resume through the years has led to the one job he finds to be most enjoyable of all: remote pilot in command—more commonly known as drone pilot.…

MulitCare physician explores new spine surgery technique

MulitCare physician explores new spine surgery technique

After 20 years of chronic back pain, former Stevens County Commissioner Fran Bessermin decided quality of life was more important than the fear of having spinal surgery and elected to undergo a new surgery technique developed last year.…

Aspen Homes builds its first apartment complex

Aspen Homes builds its first apartment complex

For the first time in its 20-plus years in business, Coeur d’Alene-based Aspen Homes & Development LLC soon will add custom-design apartment complex to its portfolio of work.…

Preterm birth rates haven’t declined in decades

Preterm birth rates haven’t declined in decades

Preterm birth rates from the local to the national level have remained fairly stable for the past few decades, but some in the obstetrical care community say the fact rates haven’t declined is frustrating.…