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Greater Spokane Incorporated’s Rich Hadley: A career of connecting

Greater Spokane Incorporated’s Rich Hadley: A career of connecting

Rich Hadley has led the Inland Northwest’s largest chamber of commerce, Greater Spokane Incorporat…

WSU begins work on big clean-tech lab building

WSU begins work on big clean-tech lab building

Washington State University has begun construction of a $52.8 million clean technology laboratory bu…

Public radio station to start $5 million renovation

Public radio station to start $5 million renovation

Spokane Public Radio, the nonprofit station that operates as KPBX-FM, plans in early May to start a …

 Washington state’s first charter school targets fall 2015 opening

Washington state’s first charter school targets fall 2015 opening

Organizers of Spokane-based PRIDE Prep School of Technology and Science, the first charter school ap…

  Leone & Keeble seeing increase in work this year

Leone & Keeble seeing increase in work this year

Leone & Keeble Inc., a Spokane-based general contractor, anticipates an annual work volume of about $60 million worth of projects this year, up from about $52 million last year, says company President Craig Leone. Also, its profit margins have been …

Helping children with autism find their voice

Helping children with autism find their voice

Washington State University Spokane has partnered with Northwest Autism Center, of Spokane, to launch an interdisciplinary program for speech and hearing sciences graduate students to gain hands-on experience while helping children with autism spectrum di…

Assisting departing workers in transition to new jobs

Assisting departing workers in transition to new jobs

Jerry Smith, at Spokane-based insurance and employee-benefits brokerage Moloney+O’Neill, helps departing employees of certain companies pursue other career options.As director of career-transition and outplacement services at Moloney+O’Neill, Smit…