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  • Growth at U.S. services firms rebounds in March

    Growth picked up last month at U.S. services companies, which have been a source of strength for the American economy.

  • Community volunteers work to clean up neighborhood schools

    Over the weekend, around 300 volunteers from three area churches gathered at schools in the Central Valley School District to participate in the Summer of Service. The volunteers worked on …

  • In WSU address, Gates lauds service

    PULLMAN – U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates implored Washington State University graduates on Saturday to ignore the rancor often aimed at government workers and consider a career in public service. …

  • Fed again pledges to hold rates at record-lows

    The Federal Reserve pledged Wednesday to keep a key interest rate at a record low for an “extended period,” in a sign that the economy is growing but remains deeply …

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    Attendant Care Registry – Free service matching disabled adults and children with personal-care providers; sponsored by Coalition of Responsible Disabled; 326-6355. Change Point! program – Ideal for women who are …

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  • Southwest Adds Second Flight To Oakland

    Southwest Airlines initiates its newest flight today as the company officially adds a second flight from Spokane to Oakland to its local schedule. That brings to 11 the number of …



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