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Veterans at Idaho retreat have ‘walked the same boots’

The veteran retreat, in its fourth year, is funded and facilitated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 889 and the VFW Post 889 Auxiliary with support from generous partners …

Gonzaga trying to ace chemistry test again

The Zags last year had size, skill, experience and chemistry. The latter can’t be measured in a column in the box score but Gonzaga seems to have a solid track …

GOP retreat veers off message amid questions about Trump’s plan on voter fraud, torture

Congressional Republicans opened their retreat in Philadelphia with lofty plans to address tax and health policy issues, but swiftly slipped off message, thanks to President Donald Trump’s latest announcements Wednesday.

Retreat uses art therapy to treat PTSD

Local military veterans are encouraged to sign up for the fourth annual Spokane Veterans Healing Retreat hosted by the non-profit organization Warriors Heart to Art.

Retreat will send women reeling

Peg Kingery knows the feeling that comes over her when she steps out into a river and casts her line, hoping a cutthroat trout will rise to the fly. “It’s …

Event for deaf-blind a global favorite

SEABECK, Wash. – Elizabeth Walker enjoys riding bicycles, but because she lives in New York City she says it’s hard to get away from the bustle of busy streets to …

Martial music hits sour note

Living just outside Airway Heights for the past 12 years, Lisa Long has learned to accept the roar of planes and the rumble of trains. She has even survived 2 …