Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Pearson Packaging’s growth wave

Pearson Packaging Systems, the West Plains-based maker of packaging equipment, says it expects double-digit revenue growth this year and for the foreseeable future. President and CEO Michael A. Senske says the company has experienced that sustained level...

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Inland Empire Distribution Systems stays on upward trajectory

Inland Empire Distribution Systems Inc., a Spokane Valley-based warehousing and distribution company...

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Post Falls parts maker restrengthens through reshoring

Swiss Tech Precision USA, a Post Falls company that makes critical metal parts that other manufactur...

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Changes loom for WSU’s Native American health sciences program

Washington State University’s Native American Health Sciences program will soon face some changes ...

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Lincoln Hospital sees upgrades

Lincoln Hospital District No. 3, based in Davenport, is holding firmly to its roots while adapting t...

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Health Resource Group’s workforce expands as its revenues rise

Healthcare Resource Group Inc., of Spokane Valley, which provides medical billing and coding staffing services to hospitals and large medical practices, says it has hired 70 new employees over the last year, spurred by increased demand for its services, a...

BNSF plans $10 million project at Spokane Valley railyard

BNSF Railway Co. is proposing to develop a $10 million automotive unloading facility here. The site would be used for unloading automobiles from trains and loading them onto trucks to be hauled to dealerships....

Kiemle & Hagood creates scholarship fund for HVAC students

Spokane-based commercial real estate brokerage Kiemle & Hagood Co. recently created the Ed Kiemle Memorial Scholarship Fund through the Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation Endowment Fund. The endowed scholarship program will award two $500 scholarsh...

Habitat for Humanity Spokane secures funds to build homes at faster pace

Habitat for Humanity-Spokane says it has secured a loan from the Washington State Housing Finance Commission that will enable the nonprofit to build or rehabilitate twice as many homes annually over the next few years as it normally does. The $2.5 millio...

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Indian Canyon Golf Course facelift nears completion

First-year Indian Canyon Golf Course pro Doug Phares says he, Spokane city and course officials have all but wrapped up improvements to the course and clubhouse that got underway at the end of last year’s golf season. “I don’t want to oversell it, ...

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