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Monday, October 26, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Central Food donates entire food inventory to Hope House

When Central Food owner David Blaine decided to temporarily close the restaurant in Kendall Yards earlier this month to ensure safety and financial stability amid the coronavirus pandemic, he was left with a kitchen stocked full of unused food.

Hope Hicks returning to White House

Hope Hicks, one of President Donald Trump’s most trusted and longest-serving aides, is returning to the White House as his reelection campaign moves into high gear.

‘We ran out of everything’: Spokane organizations seek gear for homeless

After the coldest October on record in Spokane, organizations that provide resources to the homeless are struggling to provide basic protection like hats and gloves. “We ran out of everything, socks and gloves, at the beginning of this week,” said Susan Tyler-Babkirk, director of Women’s Hearth.

Hope House women’s shelter plans expansion in new space downtown

Hope House can’t build its new facility fast enough. The women’s shelter – currently operating as a 44-bed shelter on West 3rd Avenue in a building so crowded, it’s a regular occurrence for more than a dozen women to be turned away – plans to break ground on an expanded facility with improved amenities on the corner of Third Avenue and Adams Street in September, and hopes to open in fall 2020.

Hicks rebuffs questions on Trump White House in interview

Former top White House adviser Hope Hicks is refusing to answer questions related to her time in the White House in an interview with the House Judiciary Committee, according to several frustrated Democrats who have been in the meeting.

White House orders Hope Hicks, former aide to defy subpoena

The White House is again directing former employees not to cooperate with a congressional investigation, this time instructing former aides Hope Hicks and Annie Donaldson not to provide documents to the House Judiciary Committee.