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MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018

The University of Washington Professional and Continuing Education Career Accelerator provides innovative learning paths that boost career success and inspire more meaningful lives.  (Courtesy University of Washington)

Why you need to keep learning

UW Professional and Continuing Education Remember when you were a student, anxious to finish school and get out into the real world? Education meant K-12, followed by a two- or four-year degree for some, and possibly ending with a master’s ...

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SUNDAY, MAY 13, 2018

TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2018

A growing number of seniors are looking into cannabis options to help with pain relief and relaxation. (  / Courtesy Spokane Green Leaf)

Cannabis for all: Why seniors are diving in

Cannabis is taking the world by storm. As legalization marches across the country, people of all ages and backgrounds are discovering the benefits of this fantastic plant. Perhaps one of the most exciting trends is that the over-50 crowd has ...

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SUNDAY, MAY 6, 2018

Check out all the free stuff at local libraries

Books, sure. But would you expect video equipment, upholstery kits, or museum passes at your neighborhood library, all available for checkout? Many libraries are offering more nontraditional items and programs than ever. That means equipment, tools, classes, and training that ...

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SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2018



Easy ways to prepare your home for sale

Preparing your home for the market means making repairs and general sprucing-up ― but also making it easy for potential buyers to imagine their happy lives there. Before you show your home to buyers, put yourself in their shoes, advises ...

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Hannah Winters with colleagues (Courtesy WSU Elson S. Floyd School of Medicine)

Lessons in Medicine: Remembering Today

UW Professional and Continuing Education In medical school, there’s a long list of things that vie for my attention and my schedule. There’s studying, class time, lab time, trainings, clinics, paperwork, assignments and tests. In between those tasks, there’s committees, ...

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SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2018

One of the billboards for The Jonah Project rotates throughout Spokane.  (Courtesy The Jonah Project)

Talking Trafficking

It was a mixed group, those 14 people. Only one man sat among them. But otherwise, they represented a blend of occupations – a nurse and a therapist among other concerned community members. Some had lived in Spokane for decades, ...

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MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2018

Start prepping for Tax Day

We all love surprises, unless they’re terrible. Like when it’s midnight on Tax Day and you can’t find your middle child’s Social Security number. When it comes to doing your taxes, boring is good. So, start now to gather all ...

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Crossing fingers for stud ban

An annual winter issue in Washington state concerns the use of studded tires. I’m definitely against their legality and have defiantly resisted mounting them on my drivers since 1978. Way ...

Finding a place to park RV remains a top puzzle

Since starting this incredible journey last fall, we’ve learned a whole lot, starting with cooking in a teeny kitchen and drilling down to the fundamentals of dumping gray and black ...

Time travel conspiracy

So this morning, not long after getting up, I looked at the SR page on my phone. I saw that something I had written for Sunday's paper ranked No. 1 ...