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News >  Higher education

Gonzaga unveils name for new $49.7M science and engineering center set to open this fall

UPDATED: Thu., June 24, 2021

The John and Joan Bollier Family Center for Integrated Science and Engineering is on track to open this fall. John Bollier, a member of Gonzaga's Board of Regents since 2018, and Joan Bollier were the single-highest donors among more than 650 individuals and foundations contributing to the $49.7 million facility, which broke ground in September 2019, said Stephanie Rockwell, Gonzaga's assistant vice president of operations and fundraising strategy.
News >  Health

Spokane ‘young leader’ latest winner of Washington’s $250,000 vaccine lottery; CDC says side effects rare, recommends COVID-19 shot for kids

UPDATED: Thu., June 24, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating hundreds of cases of heart inflammation following vaccination for COVID-19, but so far, these rare side effects are treatable. CDC and state health officials still recommend vaccines for every person 12 and older, due to the risk of severe disease and complications from COVID-19.
News >  Spokane

Spokane Valley Fire roundup: While carbon monoxide detectors save lives, this one mysteriously sounded for unknown reason

Crews with the Spokane Valley Fire Department are no stranger to 911 calls prompted by beeping carbon monoxide detectors. More often than not, the detector is simply beeping because it is at the end of its life and needs to be replaced. Sometimes, however, the devices are key to keeping people from becoming sick after exposure to the odorless gas.