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Sew EZ-Too closing in Garland District

Giving up the commute from Colville to Spokane will make Vickie Black’s car happy, but the customers of Sew E-Z Too will be sad because they will be losing a local niche business that knew how to deliver.

Closing arguments due in Navy SEAL court-martial

It was called the “The Sewing Circle,” an unlikely name for a secret subsect of Navy SEALs. Its purpose was even more improbable: A chat forum to discuss alleged war crimes they said their chief, a decorated sniper and medic, committed on a recent tour of duty in Iraq.

Sewing machine prize a gem

The diamond necklace sparkling around Arline Whitney’s neck wasn’t any brighter than the happy twinkle in her eyes as she showed fellow fabric artists her prize. Whitney, a former Othello, Wash., resident now living in Greenacres, won it when her name was drawn this summer in a national Husqvarna Viking sewing machine company contest.

Laundry disaster leads to successful wool product line

“baabaazuzu: Some kind of warm and wonderful” I first stumbled onto baabaazuzu woolens in Whitefish, Mont. The colorful one-of-a-kind mittens piled in a basket at a downtown shop were hard to ignore.