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  • First-class stamps rise 2 cents

    The post office wants two more pennies for your thoughts. The price of a first-class stamp for mailing a letter — or paying a bill — climbed to 44 cents …

  • FDA: Avoid pistachios amid salmonella scare

    Federal food officials are warning people not to eat any food containing pistachios because of possible contamination by salmonella, in another food scare sure to rattle consumers already upset by …

  • In brief: YWCA director resigns for medical reasons

    Monica Walters, executive director of the YWCA Spokane since 1996, has stepped down. Deborah Booth, president of the YWCA board, said Walters resigned citing medical reasons, and that the board …

  • Simple service honors Meyer

    He made his mark on Idaho through 10 years in the state Legislature, fighting for causes including education and the Spokane Valley/Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer. But Wayne Meyer wanted to be …

  • Refuge-seeking wild elk killed when barn collapses

    Schools were closed on Tuesday for fears of roofs collapsing, but a herd of elk in Pend Oreille County didn’t get the message. About 20 wild elk were in and …

  • Nacho cook-off Saturday

    Three finalists will compete Saturday at the Downriver Grill in the annual Inland Northwest Ultimate Healthy Nacho Recipe Contest cook-off. Judges chose recipes from Ann Yanecek of Deer Park, Eric …



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