Providence Health & Services is poised to become the next owner of Walla Walla General Hospital, after all.The nonprofit health care system is in negotiations with Adventist Health to buy the main hospital building, the Southgate campus property and three other surrounding buildings, including the Family Medicine Clinic it is already leasing from Adventist Health, administrators said Wednesday.Details of the negotiation were not revealed by St. Mary administrators.
They can always tell at the Walla Walla Roastery when actor KyleMacLachlan has tweeted about his favorite coffee.“Our inbox gets flooded with orders,” said co-founder Mary Senter. The requests come in random, otherwise inexplicable, spurts for 1- and 5-pound bags of the actor’s Brown Bear Mélange.
Rates are on the rise for customers of Cascade Natural Gas.Starting Wednesday, bills will increase for the typical residential customer by 6.6 percent, or about $3.38 for those using 58 therms a month. Average monthly residential bills are expected to be around $55.03.The increase was approved by the state Utilities and Transportation Commission, which also approved rate decreases for three other natural gas companies: Avista Utilities, NW Natural and Puget Sound Energy.
St. Mary makes its move to purchase #WallaWalla General as demand grows in a one-hospital town. Under @ProvidenceWW, the new space would be a multi-use outpatient facility with ambulatory surgery, Urgent Care and more. https://t.co/wezGo577yN
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Selecting a term
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