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For the love of reptiles

For the love of reptiles

Josh Hawley, co-owner of Hawley’s Homebred Reptiles LLC, Spokane Valley’s newest retailer of exo…

Most sectors here expect improvement in 2015

Most sectors here expect improvement in 2015

Most economic sectors in the Inland Northwest experienced growth this year, and even those that face…

Retailers here foresee increasing their sales in 2015

Retailers here foresee increasing their sales in 2015

Retailers here are predicting sales growth in 2015, as the economy and consumer confidence continue …

Cd’A approves building permits for $20 million tower

Cd’A approves building permits for $20 million tower

The city of Coeur d’Alene has issued building permits to an Aspen, Colo.-based real estate develop…

Real estate market signs point to consistent growth

Real estate market signs point to consistent growth

With individual sectors of the real estate market described as improving to “darn good” this year, some market observers are anticipating sustained growth in sales and leases in 2015.…

Etailz is moving its general store, adding brand shops

Etailz is moving its general store, adding brand shops

Spokane online retailer etailz Inc. is relocating its Wollnick’s General Store in January, as well as bringing two of its other online brands, Coy Beauty and electronics retailer Vault, to brick-and-mortar locations, says Wollnick’s manager Tracy Stou…

Timber industry anticipates modest, continuous rise

Timber industry anticipates modest, continuous rise

With slow but steady continued growth in U.S. housing starts, optimism is the key word for the wood products sector in 2015. …

Tourism expected to grow as big projects are finished

Tourism expected to grow as big projects are finished

Experts here are predicting a strong year for tourism in 2015, as the $50 million Spokane Convention Center expansion project and the new $135 million Davenport Grand Hotel near completion late this year and next year. …