At Home with Lisa: Tips to stay cool when it's hot outside

This week, it’s hot outside, so Lisa finds out the best time of day to do various household tasks without heating up her house.

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Local Treasures with Pia: South Spokane Farm Corridor

Cynthis Beaulaurier grows flowers all year on her Little French Farm just south of Spokane. She’s part of the South Spokane Farm Corridor, a network of more than 20 small farms just a few minutes south of Spokane.

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At Home with Lisa: Fans VS Air Conditioners

Lisa learns how different ways of cooling her house use different amounts of energy.

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Foundry Village, AllCare Community Foundation Project

AllCare Community Foundation, previously known as Mid-Rogue Foundation has seen this need and created Foundry Village, located in Grants Pass, Oregon.

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At Home with Lisa: Clean your microwave

Lisa learns that a clean microwave runs better than a dirty one.

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Big Ed makes a Big Difference

Perhaps the only thing bigger than Ed Richardson's stature is his smile, bright personality, and heart for at-risk youth.

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Local Treasures with Pia: Lavender Farms

Lavender lovers don’t have to go to France to experience the perfumy scent of lavender fields

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