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UPDATED: Tue., Aug. 1, 2017, 3:32 p.m.

SCC’s Newport branch launches welding and fabrication program

The Newport branch of Spokane Community College will offer a welding and fabrication certificate beginning in January, with room for 20 students in each graduating class.

SCC to offer welding, fabrication certificate program in Newport

A federal grant will help Spokane Community Colleges fund a welding and fabrication certificate program for students at its Newport Center.

The Verve: Emerging artist, welder uses mixed media to create beauty

Art is Laura Novak’s thing. She was born in New Mexico and was inspired by the art scene in Santa Fe, a city known for its appreciation of the arts. …

Inland NW middle school girls try hand at industrial trades

Sophie Orndorff, an eighth-grader at Horizon Middle School, spent the day May 1 learning how to use a saw to cut wood, how to be safe around downed power lines …

Heat is on for welders

For a group of Rathdrum high school students, the heat of competition Friday came from 5,000-degree cutting torches slicing through steel plates. Eleven students from Lakeland High School’s welding program …

Welding sparks started Taylor Bridge fire

OLYMPIA — The Department of Natural Resources has concluded that an August wildfire that caused $11 million damage was caused by sparks from welding or cutting work on a bridge …

Smoking sparks oxygen tubing fire

A Spokane Valley resident learned recently that cigarettes and oxygen don’t mix. The Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to a call in the 100 block of North Tschirley Road on …