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Argos Women’s Basketball Look Ahead

Argos women’s basketball Head Coach Bill Himmelberg looks ahead to this week’s games.

Argos Basketball Reacts To Loss Against LCSC

Hear from the head coaches of Argos Men’s and Women’s Basketball after losing to Lewis And Clark State College.

Sacred Heart nurses win big with tentative agreement; members vote on ratification next week

Nurses at Sacred Heart Medical Center will see no changes to their earned illness time or paid time off, as well as receive a 10% wage increase over the next …

UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 8, 2020

Union workers at Sacred Heart reach tentative contract agreement

Unionized service and maintenance workers at Sacred Heart Medical Center reached a tentative agreement with officials early Wednesday morning.

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 7, 2020

Sacred Heart nurses reach tentative agreement with Providence officials

More than 1,900 nurses at Sacred Heart Medical Center will vote on the tentative agreement next week reached in the early hours of Tuesday morning after long negotiation sessions.

UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 3, 2020

Providence nurses, workers statewide – including in Spokane – announced intend to strike on Jan. 14

Unions representing about 13,000 nurses and health care workers at many Providence locations statewide, including at Spokane’s Sacred Heart Medical Center and Holy Family Hospital, intend to strike on Jan. …

More negotiations scheduled as nurses closer to striking at Providence locations statewide

Nurses and health care workers represented by SEIU Healthcare 1199NW union at seven Swedish locations in the Seattle area did not reach an agreement with Providence officials on Monday, Dec. …

‘Tough as Nails’ indeed: Rosalia family, volunteers honor girl’s memory through nonprofit

A desire to help a child dealing with leukemia spawned an idea. And it turned into a nonprofit that would benefit hundreds of kids and families.

Operating in the red: Providence Sacred Heart has been losing money since 2016

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center is operating at a loss, and has been since 2016, and hospital leaders say this is largely due to expenses outpacing revenue.

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 27, 2019

Sacred Heart nurses prepare for strike as Tri-Cities nurses reach tentative agreement

A group of unionized nurses in the Tri-Cities reached a tentative contract agreement with Providence officials Monday night, but their counterparts at Spokane’s Sacred Heart Medical Center are continuing to …

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 22, 2019

Sacred Heart nurses closer to striking after another failed negotiation

The standoff between unionized nurses and Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center will continue after the two parties failed to reach an overall agreement during mediated negotiations that ended Friday.

Highlights: Providence Argos Men’s Basketball vs. University of Lethbridge

Highlights of the Argos’ big win over Lethbridge.

Unions for Sacred Heart nurses and hospital workers schedule strike votes

After months of negotiations, nurses and hospital workers at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center will vote on whether to authorize a strike.

Argos Dig Their Way To A Clean Field

With another blanket of snow hitting Great Falls, the Argos soccer team relied on some friends to dig them out of the mess.

Argos Opening Up 2019-20 Season

The Argos are looking to capitalize on a strong 2018-19 season, how will they take the next step?

Chewelah elderly long-term care unit closes doors

A long-term care unit, operated by Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chewelah, has finished relocating all of the residents after leaders announced in May that it would close.

UPDATED: Mon., July 22, 2019

Providence, nurses enter mediated negotiations over benefits

Nurses and health care workers in the Providence hospital system are protesting changes to their benefits plan, while the nonprofit defends the move.

UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 25, 2019

Doctors, physician and nursing assistants would pay more to practice under new Washington rules

The Department of Health is proposing double-digit increases in licensing fees for the state’s physicians and a handful of other professions following an audit that showed some health care professions …

We went for the colorful leaves, but found so much more on our trip to Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – I had been looking forward to this for a long time – a road trip in Rhode Island with two friends to see New England fall foliage …

UPDATED: Fri., March 30, 2018

Health care providers Providence, Ascension end merger talks

Washington-based Providence St. Joseph Health has stopped merger talks with St. Louis, Mo.-based Ascension health network, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.

UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 5, 2018

Most Spokane, Coeur d’Alene hospitals saw childbirth uptick last year

If you’d asked Jeannie Berzanski a year ago what she would be doing to ring in 2018, she might have said she’d be watching fireworks and hanging out with family. …

Rescued Rosa Parks house due to return to America

The house where Rosa Parks lived after sparking the Montgomery bus boycott was on a demolition list in Detroit until it was saved by Parks’ niece and a Berlin-based artist, …

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 22, 2017

Providence executive criticizes Graham-Cassidy bill as ‘same dangerous policy’

Providence Health Care’s chief executive used blunt language to describe the Graham-Cassidy health care proposal on Friday. “It’s a bad bill,” said Elaine Couture.

UPDATED: Fri., June 23, 2017

Providence, other Spokane health leaders call Senate health care bill ‘devastating’

Hospital and community care providers said the steep cuts to Medicaid would worsen care for their patients, lead to fewer jobs in health care and hurt their bottom lines.

Live kidney donors are in high demand in Washington state

More than 1,600 people are waiting for a kidney donor in Washington. Live kidney donors are becoming more common but there are still not enough.

Providence opens express clinic in Lincoln Heights shopping center

As soon as the “Providence Express Care – Coming Soon” sign went up at the Lincoln Heights shopping mall, clinic managers started getting inquiries. People stopped by with twisted ankles, …

Spokane Teaching Health Clinic trains a new generation of health-care workers

A new building for the Spokane Teaching Health Clinic opened in August at WSU-Spokane’s campus. The clinic will train the region’s next generation of health care workers while expanding care …

Providence, Premera reach a deal on employer-sponsored health plans

Providence Health & Services has signed a three-year contract with Premera Blue Cross, ensuring that Washington residents with Premera’s employer-sponsored health insurance can continue to access Providence doctors, hospitals and …

Editorial: DENT fills dental care need

DENT forged relationships with dentists and started before-and-after services that have built trust.

Providence beats Southern Cal on Rodney Bullock’s late layup

Rodney Bullock hit a layup with 1.5 seconds left and Providence beat Southern California 70-69 on Thursday night in the first round of the NCAA tournament.