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Then and Now: Jacobsen’s Bakery

Olaf A. Jacobsen was born in Norway in 1860 and arrived in Spokane in 1888. He started a bakery on the corner of College Avenue and North Ash Street in …

Then and Now: East Spokane grain elevators

These three grain storage and processing plants in east Spokane represent a various types of agribusiness ventures.

General Mills flour recall expanded after three more sick in Washington

A third Washington state resident has been sickened in an outbreak of E. coli linked to a newly expanded recall of General Mills flour.

Spokane County resident sickened in E. coli outbreak related to flour

Two Washington residents are among those sickened in an E. coli outbreak linked to a General Mills recall of about 10 million pounds of flour.

General Mills recalls flour over possible E. coli link

General Mills is recalling about 10 million pounds of its flour over a possible link to an E. coli outbreak in 20 states.

Organic delivery service now includes Spokane, Stone-Buhr flour donates to food banks

Organic food grower Full Circle Farms of Carnation, Wash., has expanded its farm-to-table delivery service to include Spokane. The farm, in the Snoqualmie Valley east of Seattle, offers subscribers a …

Prison bakery to use regional wheat

Domestic violence put him behind bars 10 years ago, but Donald Kanne has plans for a better life when he leaves prison. And he owes it in part to dough.