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Spokesman Review 07/12/2020 18:34
Masked families stood in line for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream on a sunny Sunday at the Manito Park Bench Cafe’s opening weekend. Owner of the local Ben & Jerry’s franchise, Kari Conner, was awarded the contract on Thursday and opened the Park Bench Cafe the next day. "We were able to just turn it around really quick and get open because it was going to be such a beautiful weekend," Conner said.
Spokesman Review 07/12/2020 17:54
The Spokane Regional Health District reported 95 new cases of COVID-19 in Spokane County on Sunday, bringing the total to 2,128 since the pandemic began. One man in his 80s died due to complications from the virus, SRHD said. There are 29 people hospitalized in the county due to COVID-19. It took about four months for Spokane County to reach 1,000 cases but in the last month cases have doubled, with the county passing 2,000 cases Saturday . Across the border in Idaho cases have also surged with 663 cases in Kootenai County as of Friday afternoon. Statewide there were 10,505 cases as of Saturday, according to the Idaho Department of Health . Cases have increased sharply around the country this week as states re-open. Florida reported more th.
Spokesman Review 07/12/2020 07:34
The list of local companies that sought and were approved for Small Business Administration money reads like a who’s who of Spokane-area business. About 160 local companies were approved for more than $1 million each from the Payroll Protection Program, which was designed by federal officials to provide money to companies to pay their employees to keep them off unemployment rolls.
Spokesman Review 07/12/2020 04:33
It’s alarming to imagine a call stating you have been exposed to COVID-19. Anyone who receives such an alert would understandably provide the caller with whatever information they requested if it meant preserving their health. But what if you just gave your personal information to a stranger, not a health official? It’s happening, and it’s making work harder for those trying to slow the spread of coronavirus. Recently, customers at some Idaho businesses were exposed to COVID-19. Public health officials established contact tracing programs to warn those who may be affected. Unfortunately, scammers are abusing those efforts for their personal gain. Better Business Bureau is seeing this play out by way of unsolicited texts, emails or social me.
Spokesman Review 07/12/2020 04:31
Intuitive Surgical (Nasdaq: ISRG) helped pioneer the concept of robotic surgery. Its da Vinci machines – which generally cost $1 million to $2 million apiece – enable surgeons to perform more than 1 million minimally invasive surgical procedures (such as hysterectomies and prostatectomies) annually. Intuitive has had much of this market to itself for two decades, allowing it to build up a global installed base of more than 5,600 systems. That’s important to its strategy: Once health care providers become trained to use the da Vinci, they’re resistant to switching. The beauty of Intuitive’s model is that it makes most of its money off the disposable instruments and accessories needed for each procedure, as well as through service contracts –
Spokesman Review 07/10/2020 20:23
The coronavirus pandemic is poised to usher in the biggest retreat for global meat eating in decades. Per-capita consumption is set to fall by almost 3% in 2020 to the lowest since 2011, according to data from the United Nations. Meanwhile, analysts across the globe are predicting declines not just per capita but for overall demand. That’s a dramatic turnaround for an industry that’s come to rely on steady growth. The shift is happening in every major market, including in the U.S., where it’s predicted that per-capita meat consumption won’t return to pre-pandemic levels until at least after 2025. There’s a swirl of factors contributing to the change. The coronavirus economic fallout means consumers are cutting down on grocery bills. Restaur.
Spokesman Review 07/10/2020 19:51
The Avista Foundation has announced its latest round of grants this week to 37 organizations that total more than $500,000. In total, the new grants exceed $1.5 million since the start of the year, Avista president and CEO Dennis Vermillion said in a news release. "We’re committed to investing in our communities," Vermillion said, "and supporting organization that provide services to youth and families is part of this commitment.".
Spokesman Review 07/10/2020 17:26
Fears over TikTok’s Chinese ownership is setting up a battle between the Trump administration and Amazon on one hand, and the social media site’s users on the other. On Friday, Amazon sent an email to employees ordering them to delete the app from phones that also have access to Amazon email accounts, citing "security risks," according to a copy of the message shared with The Washington Post.
Spokesman Review 07/10/2020 13:29
U.S. stocks traded mixed as investors considered whether a rising number of coronavirus cases will curb the global economic recovery. Treasuries jumped, with the five-year yield touching a record low. Tech shares led declines, a dynamic that’s become increasingly rare as investors favored megacap companies seen as insulated from pandemic lockdowns. Most shares rose on the S&P 500 as the gauge fluctuated between small gains and losses after data showed record deaths in Florida, Texas and California from the virus. Gilead Sciences Inc. advanced after the company said its Remdesivir treatment cut covid-19 mortality risk by 62%. European shares edged higher. With record deaths across America, as well as fears of a second wave in Asia, the spotl.
Spokesman Review 07/10/2020 13:29
Wide-spread mask wearing and following other health-care measures will be vital to economic growth in the U.S., said Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan. "While monetary and fiscal policy have a key role to play, the primary economic policy from here is broad mask wearing and good execution of these health-care protocols," Kaplan said Friday in a Fox Business interview.
Spokesman Review 07/10/2020 13:17
YAKIMA — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that apple growers are now eligible for relief aid through a coronavirus food assistance program. The department revised its criteria so apple growers qualify for payments, saying they experienced a sales price loss of at least 5% when selling products between Jan. 15 and April 15, the Yakima Herald-Republic reported. Previously, the department said apple growers were not eligible based on data it collected at a dozen terminal markets, despite industry officials arguing most sales happen outside those markets. The U.S. Apple Association and 11 grower groups, including the Washington Apple Commission and the Washington State Tree Fruit Association, provided data last month documenting.
Spokesman Review 07/10/2020 08:18
A nonprofit organization that provides commercial kitchen space to help food entrepreneurs launch and maintain their businesses is expanding into the Spokane Valley Mall. Kitchen Spokane anticipates opening next month in two spaces, formerly occupied by Taco Time and Ivar’s Seafood Bar, in the mall’s food court, said Jayme Cozzetto, Kitchen Spokane director. Kitchen Spokane, which aims to help small businesses start operating at a fraction of the normal cost, launched its Spokane Valley-based standalone facility in 2014 at 1014 N. Pines Road.
Spokesman Review 07/09/2020 13:42
WASHINGTON — More than 1.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, a historically high pace that shows that many employers are still laying people off in the face of a resurgent coronavirus. The persistently elevated level of layoffs are occurring as a spike in virus cases has forced six states to reverse their move to reopen businesses.

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