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Monday, February 24, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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County teams up with SNAP to assist homeowners

Spokane County is joining a local nonprofit in an effort to keep struggling homeowners from foreclosure. People who fall behind on property tax payments and those who haven’t been able …

SNAP seeks volunteers

Spokane Neighborhood Action Programs is in need of volunteers. Volunteer opportunities include working in the food bank at the Northeast Community Center, 4001 N. Cook St.; helping with children’s activities; …

Spencer’s Antiques plans grand reopening on Division

For the longest time, Spencer’s Antiques was an integral part of the Hillyard secondhand and antique dealer community. Located at Garland Avenue and Market Street since 2003, Spencer’s was known …

A time to save

More Americans are trying to save money as they contend with the recession, and Spokane residents are no different. But officials at local financial institutions, social service and counseling agencies …

Program focuses on small savings

Kimberly Nybo says an empty one-gallon Gallo wine bottle holds about $500 in quarters. Years ago, she filled two, hoping to pay for a trip to New Orleans. Instead, when …

With a SNAP, she’s making a difference

Spokane Neighborhood Action Programs hired Kerri Rodkey six years ago to head up its micro-enterprise loan program. From the day she walked in the door, she was thinking macro. After …