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Digital Inheritance

When a loved one passes, family and friends are often left with an unexpected inheritance. The digital inheritance has become just as significant as the tangible items left behind. How this data is handled can have a lasting impact.

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25 Years Of Kookies

Kritter Kookies Bakery celebrates its 25th year anniversary of manufacturing Smackin’ Snax all natural chicken liver pet treats. Lucy Gladhart purchased the business 10 years ago from the original owner in Loon Lake. She moved the business close to home in Deer Park inside of the Ruff N It Dog Day Camp.

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Discover and Dream

Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring community gatherings as a valued step in a process to shaping our community’s future. These intentional gatherings are referred to as “Building a Remarkable Community”.

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Grocer

Yoke’s Fresh Market is your local neighborhood grocery store. We were founded in 1946 here in Deer Park by Marshall & Harriet Yoke, who began with a small store of about 2500 square feet.

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The Right To Choose

Something I hear frequently from my customers is that the insurance company involved “suggested” or “requested” that they have their car repaired at a particular shop or one from a short list of “approved” shops. Invariably, these shops are in Spokane or even further away. Sometimes the shop is even in Airway Heights, the far south hill or the valley. The reason these shops are “approved” is simple. They’ve agreed to give the insurance company discounts of one sort or another. Sometimes these are straight cash discounts. Other times, they may have promised to use a certain percentage of used

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Working Together For WinterFest

Chamber of Commerce and Kiwanis Club have teamed up for WinterFest 2020! Join the fun! Winterfest is a traditional event in rural communities around the state of Washington, to help support the economy and encourage sales in a usually economically quiet season.

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What to Do if You’re Involved in an Accident

Having an auto accident or dealing with a catastrophe is stressful, yet it’s important to try to stay calm and focused. Being involved in an accident can be a scary thing and using some of these tips can help if you may not know what to do. And as always stay safe.

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What To Do Now To Find Your Phone Later

One afternoon a friend named Cindy called me to tell me she had lost her iPhone and she thought it was at our church. I met her there, unlocked the building, and helped her search. No luck.

Keep reading to find out what happened and what you can do now to find your phone if it gets lost or stolen.

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Can You Hear Me Now?

You’re actually calling someone instead of texting, emailing, Snapchatting, or Facebooking. You might be calling about work, play, or to tell the neighbors that you’ve had PLENTY of zucchini and you REALLY don’t need anymore. Whoever you’re calling seems to answer – but they don’t even say hello. Are our phone manners that bad these days?  No, we are all adjusting to using the new phone system: VoIP. Which means? Voice-over Internet Protocol. There are many advantages to using a VoIP system, but there are also two problems we’ve noticed that we can solve by working together: pause before saying

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