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Legacy Ridge addition planned in Liberty Lake

A Vancouver, Wash.-based real estate investment group says it plans to develop up to 281 residential lots in a subdivision in the western part of the Legacy Ridge development. The proposed Legacy Ridge West subdivision would be the largest single subdivi...

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Plugging stricter parking enforcement

With the addition of 350 parking meters on Spokane city streets outside the downtown core, a high-te...

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Cascade Windows looks to southwestern U.S. to expand its window sales

Spokane Valley-based Cascade Windows, already one of the larger vinyl window and door manufacturers ...

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Looking for an executive director; finding a colonel

As Leadership Spokane’s Class of 2015 prepares to take flight this fall, it will be under the guid...

NAC|Architecture merges with LA-area firm

Spokane-based NAC|Architecture says it has merged with Osborn Architects, a smaller Southern Califor...

Suit by former Rockwood Clinic CFO gets green light

A former chief financial officer for Rockwood Clinic PS who claims he essentially was fired for refusing to doctor an earnings projection for the big health provider network here can proceed to trial with his lawsuit for wrongful discharge, an appellate c...

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Speaking fluent tango

Satori is a Zen Buddhism term meaning sudden enlightenment, or one of those “aha moments,” although there is no literal English translation for the word, says Victor Smith. Smith owns Satori Dance Studios at 122 S. Monroe, and those aha moments are ...

Central Valley School District buys former Yoke’s building

The Central Valley School District has bought the former Yoke’s supermarket site at 16 N. Progress Road for $2.4 million and plans to use the building as the cornerstone for a major capital facilities bond measure likely to go before voters in February,...

Wilbert Precast takes part in Lewiston mill upgrades

Wilbert Precast Inc., the Spokane-based precast concrete-products manufacturer, says it completed earlier this month a $500,000-plus project that was part of $25 million worth of upgrades at Idaho Forest Group’s Lewiston, Idaho lumber mill. Brock Mat...

Work beings on second phase of Appleway Trail in Spokane Valley

The city of Spokane Valley has begun work on the $1.4 million second phase of the long-awaited Appleway Trail, says city spokeswoman Carolbelle Branch. The section of trail for the second phase will run from University Road to Pines Road in Spokane Vall...

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