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UPDATED: Tue., Aug. 20, 2019

Powered by Plants: Where to purchase plant-based products in Spokane

Like an 18th century sailor mapping out a series of Caribbean islands on a rum-running escapade, vegans and vegetarians will often ping-pong around a city bouncing from store to store …

With plastic bag recycling difficult, Washington ponders ban at stores – and fees for paper bags

Under the proposal, customers could purchase paper or reusable plastic bags for a dime each. Cities with a bag ordinance already in place would be required to adopt the state’s …

Thousands prep for Thanksgiving with donated meals from Tom’s Turkey Drive

The annual charity event doles out more than 10,000 free turkeys – with potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and all the other fixings – to families in need.

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 21, 2017

Rosauers employee takes third in state grocery bagging competition

A Rosauers employee won third place and took home a $1,000 prize from a grocery bagging competition at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup.

UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 20, 2017

Battle of the Baggers: Rosauers employee to test skills, speed at state competition

Jaycie Knudson, of Spokane Valley, took top honors last month at Rosauers’ grocery bagging competition. On Wednesday, she’ll compete against other baggers at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup.

Bagging for it: Spokane Valley Rosauers employee plans to compete for Washington State Best Bagger

Jaycie Knudson is one of 10 vying for the top spot – and the only one from the Inland Northwest.

Then and Now: Rosauers Supermarkets

In 1934, J.M. “Mert” Rosauer started what would become a 22-store supermarket chain with locations across the Northwest and Rockies.

Friends of Manito calendars available for purcashe

The Friends of Manito 2017 calendar featuring pictures of Manito Park is available for purchase.

Fresh Sheet: New faces at Taphouse Unchained, Tito’s Italian Grill, and the Spokane Club

Taphouse Unchained and Tito’s Italian Grill have a new management team. Jeff Messinger is the new general manager, and Talmadge Desrochers is now the assistant manager.

Salvation Army red kettle theft arrest made

A man suspected of a brazen theft of a Salvation Army red kettle from a bell ringer in Post Falls was arrested Wednesday in Spokane. Meanwhile, Spokane police said they …

UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 2, 2014

Thief makes off with Salvation Army kettle

A thief stole an unknown amount of money and a great deal of Holiday cheer on Saturday when he made off with a Salvation Army kettle at a South Hill …

Jim Meehan: Recovering Indian Canyon can’t host 2014 Rosauers Open

Gary Lindeblad has been a fixture as the pro at Indian Canyon since the mid-1980s and the venerable city golf course has been home to the Rosauers Open Invitational since …

The Dirt

Rosauers adding Suncrest store Spokane’s Rosauers Supermarkets is building a $3.1 million store in the Suncrest area in Stevens County.

URM Stores narrows list of regional grocers hit by credit card fraud

Spokane’s URM Stores on Thursday announced that the company is close to finishing an investigation of a credit card security breach last fall, and listed nearly 70 stores where transactions …

Banks, credit unions add restrictions to cards in wake of fraud outbreak

Some local credit and debit card holders are discovering new restrictions on how much they can spend in a day on their cards or where they can use them. The …

Cyber-attacks blocked at regional grocer

A massive cyber-attack targeting credit cards at local grocery stores has been blocked. URM Stores, which includes Rosauers Supermarkets and Yoke’s Fresh Markets, announced Monday night that modern credit card …

Family sharing favorite dip with the rest of the Northwest

Mary Lou Higgins Henderson made pot roast pretty much every Sunday. And pretty much every Sunday, her main dish was overdone. Similarly, her hamburger patties were always dried out, and …

Refugees’ group harvests fruits and vegetables for needy

In the summer of 2011, two East Central women, both refugees, came up with the idea of harvesting neighborhood fruit that otherwise wouldn’t be used, and donating it to the …

It won’t be hard to find hard liquor

It’s not exactly a gold rush. More like a mad dash to not be left behind when liquor sales go private in June. On June 1, the state’s roughly 330 …

Cash rolls in for, against liquor sales initiative

OLYMPIA – This year’s ballot measure to get state government out of the liquor business is shaping up to be another multimillion-dollar fight that will pit one of Washington’s largest …

Liberty Lake Legacy

Copper Basin Construction expects to wrap up the final stage of work on its Parkside at Legacy Ridge, the third phase of a large residential development hatched several years ago …

Rosauers’ Deer Park store is expected to close

Rosauers Supermarkets Inc. will close its Deer Park store next month, President Jeff Philipps said Tuesday. More shoppers traveling to Spokane, competition from a nearby Yoke’s Fresh Market, and the …

New composting facilities give stores the green light

Managers of Spokane Valley-based Yoke’s Fresh Market say they’re saving $7,000 a week by separating food waste from store garbage and sending it to a regional composting facility. Yoke’s seven …

Composting facilities give Yokes, Rosauers the green light

Managers of Spokane Valley-based Yoke’s Fresh Market say they’re saving $7,000 a week by separating food waste from store garbage and sending it to a regional composting facility.

Not guilty plea in beating death

A man accused of beating a man to death in the Dishman Hills Natural Area pleaded not guilty Tuesday to one count of first-degree murder with robbery.

Looking out for others

During the worst economy since the Great Depression, during the worst Spokane winter in decades, the roof fell in Dec. 29 at the Rosauers at Five Mile. The practical thing …

Wise Words with Jeff Philipps

In this fifth installment of “Wise Words in Troubled Times,” Rosauers president and CEO, Jeff Philipps, talks about the company’s year of counterintuitive, wise decisions.

Vet celebrates 109th birthday at Rosauers

Even though it was his birthday, Jack Babcock had his standard lunch Thursday at the Rosauers restaurant on North Division: a plate of long-cut french fries with two tubs of …

Jury decides in Rosauers’ favor

It took a Spokane jury about an hour today to decide in favor of Rosauers Supermarkets in a lawsuit brought by a family who claimed their 11-year-old daughter was unlawfully …

North Side Rosauers supermarket reopening on April 29

Four months to the day after heavy snow collapsed the roof at its Five Mile store in north Spokane, Rosauers Supermarkets will reopen for business. That 120-day anniversary is a …