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Farm to Phone at Share.Farm

Two entrepreneurs from Whitworth University are launching a free app that they claim could change the way farmer’s market vendors and customers interact. Vince Peak, CEO of Share.Farm Inc., teamed up with Eric Kobe, the company’s chief security offi...


LINC Foods approaches sustainability

When Beth Robinette and Joel Williamson started Local Inland Northwest Cooperative Foods in 2015, th...


Vets on the Farm expands beyond Spokane County

Since the Spokane Conservation District founded the Vets on the Farm program in Spokane County in 20...


SkyOne Aerospace to expand its capabilities

Spokane Valley-based aerospace maintenance, repair, and overhaul company SkyOne Aerospace LLC plans ...


Northwest aerospace magazine has taken flight

During his 27 years in the aerospace industry, Dean Cameron received hundreds of trade magazines. Mo...


Northwest Flight Service strives to stretch its wings

Aviation training and maintenance business Northwest Flight Service, of Spokane, is looking to spread its wings, as demand for pilot training and rentals or purchase of planes for business travel continues to increase, says its owner Bill Ifft. Northwest...


An issue of substance

Recent data show prenatal use of marijuana, opioids, and other drugs is on the rise in Spokane County and could be a factor in increased cases of low birth weights here, say Spokane Regional Health District officials. In 2016, the most recent year for wh...


More women diagnosed with depression

Women are being diagnosed with major depression at twice the rate of men, and Spokane women are being diagnosed at a rate higher than the national average, according to a recent report. The report released by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, major...

Self-care strategies are part of professional success

As a society, we women have been trained as mothers, wives, caregivers, and taught to be there for others to the point that if we take time to do something for ourselves, for our mental or physical health, it often comes with a large helping of guilt. Th...


WSU studies Medicaid access at rural pharmacies

Community pharmacies located in rural areas across the state are less likely to contract with at least one Medicaid plan than pharmacies located in urban areas, preliminary results of research conducted through the Spokane-based Washington State Universit...

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