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Friday, December 13, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Groups’ efforts aim to help poor residents

This holiday season, several organizations are stepping forward to help others in the Inland Northwest. If you know of efforts that will benefit low-income individuals and the nonprofits that serve …


Scarce provisions

The first time through the line, 9-year-old Michael Hegel received a bag of school supplies, but no backpack – they’d all been snapped up. But 15 minutes later, in the …


Supply shortage

The first time through the line, 9-year-old Michael Hegel received a bag of school supplies, but no backpack – they’d all been snapped up. But 15 minutes later, in the …


Donations fall short

The first time through the line, 9-year-old Michael Hegel received a bag of school supplies, but no backpack – they’d all been snapped up. But 15 minutes later, in the …


Grants to help homeless hitting target

For almost half a century the House of Charity offered overnight lodging to homeless men during the winter months. In the summer, though, a lack of funding forced the Catholic …


Tormented kids frustrate state

The case of Rusty Stout is echoed by hundreds of other foster children in the state’s child welfare system. Neglected, abused and witnesses to violence, foster children have become increasingly …