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News >  Business

European travel in the distance for those coming from the U.S.

UPDATED: Tue., June 30, 2020

Ashley Talarico had been planning her Aug. 31 trip to Italy for a long time. Pat Talarico is Ashley’s father-in-law, and his family is from the southern Italian village of Positano. Other than a trip Pat took as a young boy that he only remembers from stories and pictures, he has not visited.

News >  Nation/World

Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion law

UPDATED: Mon., June 29, 2020

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled against a Louisiana law that required abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a local hospital, and again Chief Justice John Roberts delivered the tie-splitting vote, but Cornell Clayton, director of the Thomas S. Foley Institute of Public Policy and Public Service at Washington State University, cautioned against “reading the tea leaves” based on this decision.
News >  Spokane

Bill Fix, ‘the ageless man,’ dies at 94

UPDATED: Fri., June 12, 2020

Bill Fix died on May 30 due to heart complications at the age of 94. He was a savvy investor, philanthropist, mountaineer, conservationist, storyteller, runner and bibliophile, remembered by friends and family for his generosity with his time, knowledge and interest.
News >  Local business

Enterprising Spirit: Business tries what it provides: remote work

UPDATED: Thu., June 11, 2020

Quick Business Resolutions, located at 912 W Garland Ave., provides remote workers for small business locally, as well as across the country. The team works in-house, but had to learn to practice what they preach during the stay home order. Everyone is glad to be back in the office, especially The Office Cat, known as TOC for short.

News >  Spokane

SFCC grad Kevin Robinson pursues degree after travel experience changes him

After traveling to the Balkans and witnessing a man dying on the sidewalk, Kevin Robinson shifted his focus to fighting global climate change, and his journey has only just begun after graduating from Spokane Falls Community College. Even before taking on the position as student body President, his peer said Robinson has been a leader on campus, spearheading the effort to establish the Environmental Club.
News >  Spokane

Floyd killing sparks Spokane interest in books about racism

UPDATED: Thu., June 4, 2020

Outrage hasn’t been the only reaction Spokane – or the rest of the country – has had to police killing George Floyd. Both Auntie’s Bookstore and the Spokane Public Library have seen a significant uptick in sales and checkouts of books pertaining to the Black Lives Matter movement.