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Breaking Ground For Healing: Esther’s House Will Help Child Victims Of Sex-Trafficking In Tri Cities

A non-profit religious group held a symbolic ground-breaking in rural Franklin County for a first-of-its-kind in Washington home for teenaged sex-traficking survivors. The program is through Mirror Ministries and is called Esther’s House. Continue Reading Breaking Ground For Healing: Esther’s House Will Help Child Victims Of Sex-Trafficking In Tri Cities

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Craft brewers are tapping into a new growth market with nonalcoholic beer that tastes as good as full-strength brews.

Not Your Father’s ‘Near Beer’: Northwest Craft Brewers Rethinking Drinking With Nonalcoholic Quaffs

Half a dozen Pacific Northwest craft breweries are diversifying into making nonalcoholic beer. But instead of brewing bland and watery “near beer,” they’re injecting quality and variety into a space that used to be dominated by a few national brands. A swelling customer base is lapping it up. Continue Reading Not Your Father’s ‘Near Beer’: Northwest Craft Brewers Rethinking Drinking With Nonalcoholic Quaffs

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Sandra Williams, creator of The Black Lens, talks virtually for a recording of 'Traverse Talks.'

‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 19: Celebrating The Life And Legacy of Sandy Williams

In this episode of Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella, founder of a local newspaper, The Black Lens, in Spokane, Washington. Sandra Williams shares her life story growing up in the predominantly white Inland Northwest as a Black woman, her work ethic and what she is doing to insure future generations have a place that feels like community in Spokane. Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 19: Celebrating The Life And Legacy of Sandy Williams

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A new climate assessment website could help communities better understand their chance of facing climate risks, such as wildfires.

Biden Administration Launches Website To Provide Real-Time Climate Data, Predict Future Scenarios

A first-of-its-kind climate resiliency website will help communities understand climate-related risks, the Biden administration said. The new website, launched Thursday, provides real-time information and predictions for local communities that are more vulnerable to disasters, such as wildfires, heat waves and droughts. Continue Reading Biden Administration Launches Website To Provide Real-Time Climate Data, Predict Future Scenarios

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