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If you've heard your vote could be voided if someone else uses your name and date of birth to request a replacement ballot, you should know it's highly unlikely.
On Nov. 6, two Spokane orthopedic surgeons plan to join a U.S. volunteer medical team in Cuba to perform about 65 joint-replacement operations for arthritis patients.
President Donald Trump says he’s nominating a Washington veteran with lobbying ties to U.S. energy companies to lead the Interior Department.
A statewide effort to replace aging climbing equipment had a banner year in 2018.
Research suggests that up to one-third of those who have knees replaced continue to experience chronic pain, while 1 in 5 are dissatisfied with the results. A 2017 study published in the BMJ found that knee replacement had “minimal effects on quality of life,” especially for patients with less severe arthritis.
Gov. Butch Otter on Thursday appointed a former Idaho State Bureau of Land Management director to replace the Fish and Game commissioner who resigned in October after photos of his African hunting trip sparked public outcry.
Sen. John McCain’s widow on Tuesday said former Sen John Kyl will fill her late husband’s seat.
Getting through Transportation Security Administration airport screening can be stressful enough, but add in a medical condition like a colostomy bag or artificial joints, and you might go through even closer scrutiny. People can take steps to pass through screening with dignity intact, says a local ostomy support group in Spokane that’s gathered TSA travel tips. Here is some of that advice.
The city has selected a company to design and build a new Post Street Bridge at a cost of $13.5 million.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Lt. Gov. Tina Smith on Wednesday to replace Sen. Al Franken until a special election in November, setting up his long-time and trusted adviser for a potentially bruising 2018 election.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton was set to reveal his choice Wednesday to replace Al Franken in the U.S. Senate, with the top contender seen as his longtime adviser Lt. Gov. Tina Smith.
Around the Corner is a periodic roundup of business-related happenings in the Inland Northwest.
A day after news came out about Sen. John McCain’s, R-Ariz., brain cancer diagnosis, his one-time political opponent urged the ailing senator to think about his political future sooner rather than later – and expressed interest in the possibility of her taking over his Senate seat.
Recent knee surgery isn’t holding Jackie Gleason back. Competing in Bloomsday is a priority for the second-grade teacher.
It was an unremarkable first swing of the season. Driver on No. 1 at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club on a chilly April day that found the right-center of the fairway. Not particularly long or well struck. A low liner with a gentle fade.
This bill introduces unnecessary disarray, not only in the individual insurance market, but with Medicaid and Medicare.
Healthcare providers, state regulators and insurance companies were busy Tuesday analyzing the GOP plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.
Dr. Hassan Tehrani performed “sutureless” heart surgery on a patient in December, the first surgery since the FDA approved the procedure last August.
Doug Clark talks about his two-month absence for knee replacement surgery.
Replacement of the St. Joe River Bridge and the St. Maries Railroad Bridge will be the topic of a public hearing Thursday in St. Maries. The public is invited to comment on the projects between 5 and 7:30 p.m. at St. Maries City Hall, 602 College Ave. The bridges, to be replaced over the next two years, are on state Highway 3 (Third Street) on the north end of St. Maries. Preliminary engineering is underway.