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UPDATED: Fri., March 1, 2019, 8:42 p.m.

Lasting legacy: Granddaughter helps carry on Winston’s work

Vivian Winston left a mark on Spokane with her work to remove educational barriers for women and children. Long after Winston’s death, part of her legacy continues through the work …

Women Helping Women Fund expands scholarship eligibility

An organization offering scholarships to help mothers who are enrolled in area colleges has expanded the pool of eligibility.

Women Helping Women Fund seeking grant applications

The Women Helping Women Fund is seeking grant applicants for nonprofit programs that benefit women and children in the Spokane area.

Sheryl WuDunn says evidence-based philanthropy drives real change

Sheryl WuDunn says people rarely give away money as intelligently as they make it. WuDunn will talk about evidence-based philanthropy and her book and PBS documentary on the topic, both …

Art of reinvention

Chris Gardner, whose best-selling autobiography was the basis of the 2006 movie “The Pursuit of Happyness,” will speak Monday in Spokane at a luncheon to benefit the Women Helping Women …

Women Helping Women Fund celebrates 20 years

The Women Helping Women Fund will celebrate its 20th anniversary at its annual luncheon Monday. In two decades, it has raised $5.4 million and given grants to 350 programs that …

Spotlight: Judds kick off Northern Quest’s summer series

The summer concert lineup is rapidly taking shape, beginning with an impressive list of household names in the Northern Quest Resort and Casino’s new outdoor series. Here’s that lineup, announced …

Naomi Judd speaking May 16 at Women Helping Women

Naomi Judd is headed to Spokane this month. She won’t be singing. That happens June 25, when The Judds play Northern Quest Resort and Casino.

Harvard scholarship winner to speak

A young woman who rose from teenage homelessness to a Harvard scholarship will speak at the annual Women Helping Women Fund lunch on May 10.

Anchor touts mentors at lunch

As a CNN reporter and anchor, Soledad O’Brien has covered some of the world’s biggest stories and has won some of journalism’s most coveted awards. But, as she told the …