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WSU researcher studies marijuana use among pregnant women

New research shows the use of cannabis among pregnant women is increasing as both medical and recreational marijuana are legalized in more states. ...

Adolescent girls bored at higher rates than boys, study shows

If you’re the parent of a teenager, or spend any amount of time around them...

Gonzaga, UW medical school partner on leadership program

Medical school can be a place to treat people without knowing a thing about them. That’s why the ...

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Providence hospitals, INHS work to fill CNA void

Faced with a shortage of certified nursing assistants, Providence hospitals in Spokane have ...

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Is #MeToo movement hurting attractive women?

Few could dispute that the #MeToo movement brought with it a tidal wave of empowerment and ...

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Kindergarten readiness worsens in Spokane area

Both locally and statewide, the majority of kids aren’t entering public schools “kindergarten ready,” state data show, and the problem appears to be getting worse. ...

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New arts building rises at St. George’s School

Saint George’s School is constructing a new arts building on its campus at 2929 W. Waikiki, just north of Spokane. The building, which is valued at about $428,000, will be used by students in grades kindergarten through eighth and will have a music...

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Whitworth’s continuing studies program adapts over 100 years

This year, the School of Continuing Studies at Whitworth University turns 100 years old. The university’s catalogue from the school’s founding year describes the program as tailored “for those whose college career has been interrupted, and who now ...

First private housing project planned on WSU campus

Pullman-based Corporate Pointe Developers LLC plans to build the first privately developed student housing on Washington State University’s main campus in Pullman. ...

Spokane International Academy finds new home

The 4-year-old Spokane International Academy has leased a new home at 777 E. Magnesium in north Spokane, says Travis Franklin, principal of the charter school. ...

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