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Woodworkers share passion, donate undersea-themed artwork to Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

The Inland Northwest Scrollers are keeping the art of scroll woodworking alive. The members meet every month to share shop tips, projects, and they also give show-and-tells. Recently they donated …

Spokane Public Library secures grant for Kindles for Kids at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

Kids and technology go hand-in-hand, and thanks to a grant obtained by Spokane Public Library, children in the Andrew Rypien School Program at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital, have their hands …

UPDATED: Thu., July 20, 2017, 10:23 p.m.

Police investigating north Spokane parents of 3-month-old who showed signs of shaken baby syndrome

Police are investigating the parents of a baby who hospital workers say was “violently” shaken and is now likely brain-dead.

Christmas lights strung near Sacred Heart will bring cheer to child patients

Cowley Park, a tranquil space of trees and grass amid towering hospital buildings, will be illuminated to bring cheer to children spending their Christmas season at Providence Sacred Heart Medical …

Love Your Melon superheroes give hats to sick children

Monica Fisher-Somerlott’s eyes opened wide Monday when Superman, Captain America and two new superheroes – Love Your Melon men – popped into her hospital room. “This doesn’t happen every day,” …

New measures at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital aimed at reducing pediatric pain

Nobody likes needles. When Robbin Stroud, 8, was so agitated about getting an IV before surgery last week, she needed a sedative. “I hate procedures. I don’t want it in …

Stitched out of heart

The art of quilting usually isn’t associated with speed. Longtime quilter Adele Carter, for example, just finished a project she’s been working on for 16 years.

Young patient makes colorful impression

It’s not difficult to guess Gabby LeDuc’s favorite color. On a recent afternoon in the kitchen at Ronald McDonald House, the 6-year-old wore a pair of fluffy purple boots that …

Editorial: Foundation helps comfort children who have cancer

In the national political arena, health care is about competing constituent interests, counting votes and wading through pages of statistical and fiscal analysis. On the fourth floor of Providence Sacred …