SPOKANE, Wash. - In the business of day spas, looks can be deceiving. On the outside, the buildings are tattered and unassuming. But inside, Spokane spa owners ran lucrative businesses.
"They always said 'When you come here, you go to fantasy land and when you leave, you go back to reality,
By Jeff Haden
Whipping out a platitude isn't just annoying. Using some platitudes also shows you're lazy -- and not just in words but in actions:
"Work smarter, not harder."
What happens when you say that to me?
One: You imply I'm stupid. Two: You imply whatever I'm doing should
PATEROS, Wash. (AP) - A wildfire across the Columbia River from Pateros in central Washington has grown to about 8,500 acres - more than 13 square miles - and is threatening five homes. Deputy State Fire Marshal Ron Bowen says residents have been evacuated. The
SPOKANE, Wash. - Days before opening their new facility, Mobius Spokane received a huge donation Wednesday evening.
Representatives from JP Morgan Chase presented the donation of $80,000 to Mobius Spokane and members of the Boys & Girls Club.
The money will help educators with Mobius to travel
KHQ.COM - Spokane Mayor David Condon today is releasing his initial draft of the City of Spokane 2013 Budget.
"I have delivered on our promise to provide a ‘no-growth' General Fund budget for 2013, while preserving the City's most critical services," says Mayor Condon. "
Washington DNR Press Release:
OLYMPIA, Wash. - On the weekend of July 28-29, one or more vandals destroyed an outhouse at Middle Waddell Trailhead Parking Area in Capitol State Forest (see photo). Estimates to replace this building — an outhouse — are not yet available but it
SPOKANE, Wash. – $5,000 in musical equipment and tools… gone. It happened over the weekend at The Village Café and Concert House in downtown Spokane by some very determined burglars.
Whoever did it had to climb in through a narrow fence opening to gain access to the
Avista Press Release:
SPOKANE, Wash. – July 31, 2012, 1:30 p.m. PDT: Avista (NYSE: AVA) customers would see a decrease in their electric and natural gas prices on Oct. 1 if the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC or Commission) approves several annual rate adjustment requests
Spokane Valley Police Department Press Release:
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - On Tuesday morning, July 24, 2012, at about 12:45 a.m., a cashier working at Wal-Mart on East Broadway Avenue in Spokane Valley saw a white male walking towards the exit doors of the store with what appeared to be a large
By Ron Scherer
This summer, firefighter Brian Lykins canceled his vacation to Nashville, horseback-riding summer camp for one daughter, and summer softball for another daughter. As for eating out: "It's something we seldom get to do," he says.
The reason: Mr. Lykins, a single father with