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CdA Tribe Targets Diabetes

The Coeur d'Alene Indian Tribe is aggressively attacking diabetes through treatment and prevention at its Medical Center in Plummer. The center has about 400 diabetic patients. About 16 percent of American Indians battle diabetes. In a weekend feature, SReporter Scott Maben looks at the work of the tribe in fighting the disease.


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Two Spokane adventurers reported safe in Nepal

ADVENTURE -- Two well-known Spokane adventurers climbing or traveling in Nepal have reported they are unharmed and doing OK as earthquakes continue to rumble and cause widespread havoc and death in the Himalayan country. Jess Roskelley, who's on a filming expedition to climb Annapurna, the 10th highest peak...


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How to Run your first game

Every great story must start somewhere. For role playing, most great stories begin in the humble tavern. The characters down a round, but then what? This post will give you some tips on how to get the ball rolling.


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Hey, a little wind would be nice

A GRIP ON SPORTS • When is the weather too nice? When you are the Washington State University men's golf team and you are hosting the Pac-12 Championships at Palouse Ridge. Read on.


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A new S-R blog

Veteran reporter Jody Lawrence-Turner launched Extra Credit, her new blog on education.


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