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Buffalo Girls Vintage: Salvaged beauty

Buffalo Girls Vintage: Salvaged beauty

Spokane salvaged jewelry and home decor creators Tamra Brannon and Ginger Lyons, co-owners of Airway…

 Women’s Health Connection Clinic expands

Women’s Health Connection Clinic expands

Dr. Debra Ravasia, Spokane gynecologist and founder of the Women’s Health Connection Clinic and th…

Cd’A fly fishing club uses sport to help women heal

Cd’A fly fishing club uses sport to help women heal

The North Idaho Fly Casters, a fly-fishing club based out of Coeur d’Alene, is using the therapeut…

Development proposals percolate downtown

Development proposals percolate downtown

Major downtown construction projects such as the ongoing Davenport Grand Hotel and the recently comp…

Spokane Public Radio’s project on fast track for completion

Spokane Public Radio’s project on fast track for completion

On the eve of Spokane Public Radio’s 35th anniversary, renovations of its future home at former Fire Station No. 3 on North Monroe Street are on schedule, and the station has secured most of the $5 million needed for the project, says Cary Boyce, SPR’…

Year-old infertility clinic in Spokane Valley finds strong demand

Year-old infertility clinic in Spokane Valley finds strong demand

SRM Spokane, a reproductive endocrinology and infertility practice that opened in Spokane Valley in October 2013, is seeing healthy growth in demand for services from patients throughout the Inland Northwest, says Dr. Brenda S. Houmard, who helped launch …

City of Spokane awards contract for downtown gateway project

City of Spokane awards contract for downtown gateway project

The city of Spokane has awarded a contract for development of its long-awaited $598,000 Division Street gateway project, says Jan Quintrall, director of business and development services for the city. …

Historic Jenkins Building poised to add apartments

Historic Jenkins Building poised to add apartments

Demolition has started on the $2.2 million extensive remodel of the historic Jenkins building on North Monroe, says owner Mark Agee, Spokane business owner and developer, who purchased the building for $750,000 last May.…