Valley Nonprofit Raises Money and Cheer for Loved Ones Facing Cancer in Stevens County

By Huckleberry Press / May 15, 2023 /
Valley Warriors Against Cancer

Darla and five others came together to start Valley Warriors Against Cancer, a non-profit that would raise money to support individuals (and their families) in Stevens County facing cancer

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Loving Mom, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist: Is Dezirea Blumig Spokane’s Superwoman?

By Huckleberry Press / April 27, 2023 /

“As for me, I’ve also wanted to be a business owner who operates with honesty, integrity, and fairness regardless of the industry. Both of us have the intention of being the boss that we would have wanted during our years in the workforce,”

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Seven-Year-Old Boy Proves You Can Make a Difference at Any Age

By Huckleberry Press / January 24, 2023 /
Blaine and Fire Dept

One seven-year-old boy has been making headlines in Spokane for his hot cocoa stand and generous spirit. Over his winter break this past December, Blaine Binger came to his parents, Stephanie and Tom Binger, with a cardboard box and an idea to set up a stand to sell hot cocoa.

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Spokane Helpers Network: Connecting Neighbors To Emergency Needs

By Huckleberry Press / October 2, 2022 /
Susan McDonald Osborn

The last couple of years, many Spokane residents and businesses have experienced financial struggles unlike any they had seen before. Many Spokane residents had lost their jobs and had to wait for extended periods to get unemployment and other urgent benefits.

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Great Pumpkinfest helps feed area youth

By Huckleberry Press / September 19, 2022 /

In a couple of weeks area residents can find thousands of pumpkins available for purchase, and all of the proceeds will be given to various local non-profit organizations.

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Stitching Together Community

By Huckleberry Press / April 2, 2022 /
Windsong School logo

Nestled on Spokane’s lush Makagawa campus is a dreamy little school. If you’re near the Spokane River trails on any given Friday, you’ll see children from ages 3 to 12, geared up for our inland northwest weather, on their weekly hike down to the River. Rain or shine these children trek, guided by their teachers, to endure the weather and revel in the treasures our area and nature has to offer.

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From Farm to Table To Heart

By Huckleberry Press / October 1, 2019 /

by Val Mohney The Huckleberry Press enjoyed the distinct pleasure of attending the New Crop Scholarship Farm-to-Table dinner this last weekend at the Davenport Memorial Hall in Davenport, Washington. The…

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Operation Christmas Child

By Huckleberry Press / November 23, 2016 /

Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international Christian relief organization headed by Franklin Graham that collects gift-filled shoeboxes and delivers them, in the name of Jesus…

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Empowered Together, Hands Across Nations Auction

By Huckleberry Press / September 26, 2016 /

Saturday, October 1st, at the Chewelah Civic Center, Hands Across Nations (HAN), a local 501c3 will be showing what can be done to transform the worst of environments. To give…

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The Hunters Food and Clothing Bank, More Than Just Free Food

By Huckleberry Press / December 10, 2015 /

The Hunters food bank serves well over 100 people in the area of Fruitland, Hunters and Gifford with food, clothing and household needs. Think about this for a moment. What…

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