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  • Here’s the Dirt: AAA office plans move to South Hill

    AAA of Spokane is relocating its downtown Spokane office to the South Hill, taking the space of the former restaurant Savory, at 1314 S. Grand Blvd.


  • Hospice of Spokane expanding to North Side

    Hospice of Spokane broke ground on its second Hospice House on Wednesday. The 13,000-square-foot home is being built on a 2.5-acre lot at the corner of Atlantic Street and Rhoades …


  • Perspective, friendships follow Hospice service work

    Warm greetings met Broderick Hirai, 20, as he walked down the halls of a North Side nursing home last week. Nurses smiled. Residents reached for his hand. When he entered …


  • A legacy of caring

    Thirty-five years ago, Hospice of Spokane helped its first dying person. Monday evening, three of the five original founders gathered to reminisce. Over dinner at the home of Gina Drummond, …


  • Memorial contributions typically not disclosed

    Q: When I make a memorial contribution in honor of a person who has died, per family request in the obituary, does the nonprofit receiving the money tell family members …


  • Wine tasting to benefit area Hospice

    Hospice of Spokane will benefit from a new wine tasting event on June 5. Vintage Spokane features tastings from wineries in Washington and Idaho and appetizers from a dozen local …


  • Hospice offering kids series on loss of loved one

    Hospice of Spokane is beginning a new session of “Connections,” a support group for families with children who have experienced the loss of a loved one. This series begins Wednesday, …


  • In brief: Care classes offered

    During the month of February through March 11, Hospice of Spokane is offering a series of classes for people caring for an ill friend or loved one. The classes will …


  • There until the end

    Twenty-nine-year-old seminarian Erin Raska was uneasy about death and dying. As an aspiring minister, she also knew her chosen profession would eventually demand she attend to those facing death – …


  • Supporting the Caregiver

    Friends told Jean Baxter they thought of her during a recent flight, when instructions came to “secure your oxygen mask first, before assisting someone else.” Baxter, a retired nurse from …

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