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Teen suspected of stealing $10,000 in jewelry and cash from Dodson’s

Police are investigating a 15-year-old suspected of burglarizing Dodson’s Jewelry in December and stealing $10,000 worth jewelry along with cash and a couple of smartphones.


UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 7, 2019, 12:28 p.m.

Dodson’s Jewelers to close shortly after Valentine’s Day

Dodson’s Jewelers announced its last day of business is Feb. 16. In November, the company


China’s growth slows, as does tourist spending at Tiffany’s

There was something missing at the luxury jeweler Tiffany & Co. in recent months: Chinese tourists.


Retail woes drag takeover premiums to lowest level since 2008

The retail trends that are keeping U.S. shoppers away from malls are also putting a damper on deal-making. The number of mergers involving apparel, shoes and jewelry dropped 12 percent …


Suspects arrested in $500,000 SeaTac jewelry heist

Authorities say three men have been arrested in connection with a $500,000 jewelry heist at a hotel in SeaTac.


Blue Nile selling to private firms for $500 million

Online jeweler Blue Nile is being sold to a group of investors for $500 million in an all-cash deal.


100 years ago in Spokane: Probable largest jewelry heist in city history included cameos brought to America on Mayflower

From our archives, 100 years ago Mrs. Cynthia Langley was attending church with her daughter when a burglar crept into her house at 304 W. 16th Avenue and pulled off …


Buffalo Girls Salvage expanding jewelry, home decor empire

Buffalo Girls Salvage started out as two women, both veterans, working out of their homes painting vintage furniture. Now Tamra Brannon and Ginger Lyons own a retail shop and a …


Buffalo Girls Salvage expanding jewelry, home decor empire

Buffalo Girls Salvage started out as two women, both veterans, working out of their homes painting vintage furniture. Now Tamra Brannon and Ginger Lyons own a retail shop and a …


Jewelry stolen overnight from north Spokane Costco

Spokane police say someone entered the Costco in the 7600 block of N. Division Street sometime during the night Tuesday and stole a “significant amount” of jewelry from a display …


Spokane artist enjoys creating empowering jewelry for women

Mary Tafuri works furiously in what she calls a “creative frenzy.” With women in mind, she creates jewelry and accessories that not only adorn but empower.


Her art flourishes despite Parkinson’s

When Joan Waters retired from her job as a draftsperson at Avista Utilities in 2008, she wasn’t looking forward to retirement. It was her diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease, combined with …


Sewer workers look for owner of found wedding ring

KUNA, Idaho — Sewage workers in southwestern Idaho are hoping to reunite a diamond wedding ring with its owner.


Dodson’s Inc. prepares to celebrate 125th anniversary

Four generations ago, a 26-year-old jeweler and engraver from Illinois named George Dodson arrived in Spokane Falls, Washington Territory, and opened a jewelry store on Riverside Avenue. Today, Dodson’s Inc. …


Protect yourself when selling

If you have gold to sell, whether quality heirlooms or pieces of “scrap” (broken chains, a single earring, dental crowns), you need to protect against rip-offs, say area gold buyers. …


Fashion trend drives shortage of fly-tying feathers

MISSOULA – Winter traditionally is a time of quiet meditation at the fly-tying bench for devoted fly fishers. But this year’s shortage of premium fly-tying feathers has left both hobbyist …


Break-ins leave many on edge

Six homes in Susan Morgan’s neighborhood had already been robbed when two more were hit just down the street. So the Southgate neighborhood resident had a home alarm system installed, …


10 Cents For A Smile

Chuck Stockdale spends his spare time making earrings, pins, nametags and other trinkets out of coins and items he finds. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review