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UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 13, 2019, 5:54 p.m.

Whole Foods to cut health care for part-time workers

Whole Foods, the grocery chain owned by Amazon, is cutting health care benefits for its part-time workers, a move that could leave about 1,900 of its employees without medical coverage.

Jazz concert by Frankie and Tom Magnuson to benefit Buddhist Institute

Jazz musicians and London regulars Frankie and Tom Magnuson are back in Spokane, and the son-and-father music duo are performing Sunday at the Benefit Gala for Peace & Friendship in …

Good times roll in 10th annual Otto Bowl benefit in Spokane Valley

The Otto Bowl’s 80 entries sold out well in advance, but all bowlers, bowling fans and pleasure seekers are welcome to kibbutz with the jostling crowd and join the revelers …

Rihanna, Dave Chappelle team up to raise money for charity

Pop star Rihanna played the role of slick bartender at her third Diamond Ball on Thursday night in New York City, encouraging the audience to drink up and donate money …

Doubts arise on whether corporate tax cut would boost growth

For President Donald Trump, what’s good for General Motors is great for American workers. Same for Boeing. And AT&T. Not to mention small businesses. Many economists, tax experts and even …

Celebs play benefit soccer match to aid London fire victims

Stars from the entertainment and sports worlds have played a soccer match in London to benefit victims of the high-rise apartment building fire that claimed more than 80 lives in …

Rotary Club of Spokane Valley to host men’s fashion show

Rotarians from Spokane Valley and other area clubs will be modeling men’s fashions at a dinner and fundraising event Friday evening at CenterPlace. Organized by Rotary Club of Spokane Valley, …

‘Being alive was such a gift’

Jessica Sharpe, 20, has been recovering from injuries she received in a horrific car accident the night of Easter Sunday. “I don’t even remember the accident,” she said.

Club prepares boxes for troops

The Rathdrum Lions Club is asking for donations to fill 50 boxes, which they will pack and mail to military men and women serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. “Just imagine …

Washington survey sees employee benefits shrinking

The Washington Employment Security Department says fewer employers in the state are offering employee benefits.

Anchor touts mentors at lunch

As a CNN reporter and anchor, Soledad O’Brien has covered some of the world’s biggest stories and has won some of journalism’s most coveted awards. But, as she told the …


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Retirees In Eye Of Hurricane But Their Momentary Safety From Budget Cuts May Not Last

People calling for cuts in federal spending may want to take this pop quiz. Do federal taxpayers spend more in Washington state on nuclear contractors or widows and orphans? More …