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Sunday, October 20, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Shelter for vulnerable children answers growing need in CdA

One by one the rooms are coming together with fresh paint, furniture and décor meant to comfort some of the most vulnerable children in the community. A girl’s bedroom is …


Domestic violence shelter set to open

Domestic violence victims fleeing abusive partners will have a new housing option next month when the YWCA opens a new confidential safe shelter in Spokane Valley. The YWCA already operates …


Union Gospel Mission opens center for women, children in CdA

Two women, both mothers in need of healing, have bonded at the start of a long journey toward recovery. They’re doing it from the refuge of the new Union Gospel …


North Idaho homeless get new warming center

Homeless people in North Idaho now have a place to stay warm every night of the week. Ground Force Manufacturing, a Post Falls company, is offering an unused warehouse as …


Traveling show features cats, dogs performing vaudeville acts

The Popovich Comedy Pet Theater is a testament to cats and dogs living in harmony – or to be precise, entertaining in harmony. The cast list: 12 cats, 10 dogs, …


Community help lets shelter reopen

After taking a two-month hiatus to raise money, a North Idaho nonprofit organization that shelters homeless families for up to 90 days will be back in business on Sunday. When …


To those needing shelter, Spokane Valley woman’s door is open

There is a home in a part of the Spokane Valley that has seen better days, a home where poor, forgotten people have found a safe place to rest along …


Lighthouse offers home, fresh start

When Ashlee Erickson got out of jail a couple of weeks ago, she had only the shorts and top she wore the day she was arrested last summer. There to …


Lighthouse of Hope a beacon for homeless women

When Ashlee Erickson got out of jail a couple of weeks ago, she had only the shorts and top she wore the day she was arrested last summer. There to …


Homeless woman found shelter

It will never be known whether Kim Steel found a new direction in her life during Christmas week. The 42-year-old homeless woman with a history of substance abuse died Dec. …


Helping women take steps into new lives

Karen Fournier knows what it’s like to be homeless. The instability of a chaotic family life led to a series of bad choices. She started using drugs at 13, and …


Frigid temperatures will linger

Whipping winds, drifting snow and ice closed part of a highway and contributed to accidents around the Inland Northwest Sunday, and colder weather may be in store for the region. …


Shelter sets no-kill policy

Arthur was as nervous as a college student before a final exam. Only for Arthur – he’s a stray dog turned in to SpokAnimal CARE – passing this test was …