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Friday, August 23, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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36 years ordered for killing

A sentencing Monday brought together two troubled families, one grieving the loss of a beautiful girl who wanted to become a crime scene investigator and the other a family who …


Strandberg pleads guilty

Cole K. Strandberg has pleaded guilty to killing a Spokane woman with a crossbow in 2008. Defense attorney Chris Bugbee has acknowledged in past hearings that Strandberg killed 22-year-old Jennifer …


State’s foster care system discharges ill-equipped young adults

On his 18th birthday, a boy with a history of behavioral health problems was turned out of the Spokane group home where he had spent the previous two and a …


Merger seeks stronger mental health system

Two mental health agencies with long histories in Spokane will merge on July 1 to form Frontier Behavioral Health. The boards of directors of Spokane Mental Health, which last year …


Mental Health wins pilot project

Spokane Mental Health is one of 10 mental health centers nationwide chosen to participate in a pilot program designed to improve the lives of people with schizophrenia. The eight-month program …


Here’s the Dirt: Green design earns LEED silver

NAC Architecture’s self-designed expansion in downtown Spokane has received a LEED silver certification for environment-friendly features like natural lighting and minimization of water use. The $2.5 million, 10,000-square-foot addition at …


HUD grant helps fund Valley project

Construction is expected to begin this summer on a 50-unit retirement center in Spokane Valley as the result of $4.2 million federal grant. The $9.3 million project on two acres …


Grant moves retirement center closer to construction

Construction is expected to begin this summer on a 50-unit retirement center in Spokane Valley as the result of $4.2 million federal grant. The $9.3 million project on two acres …