Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Initiative 1501 focus: Deterring scams targeting the elderly

South Hill residents Art and Donna Krell say they receive two or three calls in an average week from people claiming to represent the Internal Revenue Service, requesting their Social Security numbers. “The IRS doesn’t call you on the phone,” says ...

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Valley assisted-living facility ‘celebrates’ activities

Sullivan Park Assisted Living Community, in Spokane Valley, recently launched a health and wellness ...

Figuring out a few things early in retirement planning

Before getting too deeply into your retirement planning, you need to have a few things figured out....

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New digs, new approach in medical education

A new venue for University of Washington School of Medicine students in Spokane comes with a new app...

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Cancer Care Northwest debuts new technology

Spokane-based Cancer Care Northwest, a physician-owned oncology practice, has introduced to the Inla...

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Rockwood PT, sports clinic moves to larger space

Now serving roughly 1,000 clients per month on average, Rockwood Physical Therapy & Sports Performance Clinic employees were more than ready to move into their new location at 122 E. Montgomery, where they’ve now been for about a month. For more than a...

Crohn’s, colitis group schedules community walk

Spokane and surrounding area residents will walk for cures in the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation’s Northwest Chapter’s Take Steps Walk on Sept. 24 at 4 p.m. at Riverfront Park in Spokane. Take Steps is a family-friendly community celebration dedicate...

Providence Health system seeks big bond refinancing

The parent organization for Spokane-based Providence Health Care, the Inland Northwest’s largest health-care system, is seeking the issuance of up to $222.4 million in tax-exempt special-fund revenue bonds in a facilities refinancing request that includ...

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ABC chapter’s membership rebounds to prerecession levels

The Inland Pacific Chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. has seen its membership roster return to prerecession levels, says Suzanne Schmidt, the chapter’s recently installed president and CEO. With construction volume also on the rebound, t...

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Central Valley School District begins $31.5 million in new projects

Central Valley School District soon will begin more than $30 million in remodeling and expansion projects at three elementary schools and one additional building in the district. District Superintendent Ben Small says construction will begin this month o...

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