October 2, 2010 in Features, News Mary Anne Ruddis, executive director of Candlelighters, explains why the group, which provides support for parents whose kids have cancer, is changing its name this month to the American Childhood …
July 3, 2010 in Features, News Mike Sacco, who survived a 1999 near-fatal accident when he was hit by a car while a crew leader for Washington’s Department of Transportation, describes why gratitude became his default …
June 5, 2010 in Features, News Sometimes, career paths take interesting turns. Scott Banick, manager of River Ridge Hardware in North Spokane, got a job at the store on a temporary basis while attending college — …
September 5, 2009 in Features Bill Robinson, president of Whitworth University, talks about three different leadership styles that can arise during a crisis — the teller, the joiner and the consulter.
June 4, 2011 in Features on Page E1 At the beginning of the recession, Kent Hoffman, a 63-year-old Spokane psychotherapist, suggested that The Spokesman-Review publish regular stories about kind acts to counter the anxiety people were feeling as …
December 19, 2014 Rumors by Mama Doll
November 1, 2014 in City The campaign of Democrat Mary Wissink, who is challenging Republican Tim Fitzgerald for County Clerk, criticized the Fitzgerald campaign for accept a contribution from a union in this recorded call.
October 28, 2014 Assistant Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer discusses the circumstances of a fire that claimed a woman’s life early Tuesday morning, Oct. 28, at 1227 E. Longfellow Ave., in Spokane.
August 29, 2014 Companion audio file to Nance Van Winckel’s Summer Story, 1974.
August 15, 2014 To accompany Buckingham’s Summer Story.
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