Spokane Journal of Business

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The bar association’s youth movement

Lynn Mounsey, the executive director of the Spokane County Bar Association, says the nearly 1,000-member organization started its annual membership drive this month with a greater emphasis on luring younger attorneys into its ranks. Mounsey says locally,...

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Boutique law firm thrives on high-profile cases

Bob Dunn and John Black, founding members of boutique Spokane law firm Dunn & Black PS, claim the fi...

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McNeice Wheeler adds expertise to match demand

McNeice Wheeler PLLC, a Spokane Valley-based law firm, has been expanding its staff in recent years ...

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Carbon-emissions tax initiative stirs strong debate

Spokane-area manufacturers and utilities contend that Initiative 732, which would create a tax on ca...

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Walk Bike Bus Spokane looks to replace car trips

Organizers of Walk Bike Bus Spokane, an alternative transportation advocacy program, are boasting si...

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Artisans opens second e-waste collection center

Artisans, a 29-year-old nonprofit organization here that provides employment services for disabled people, has opened a new e-waste collection center in East Spokane. A center it opened earlier and that’s located just east of downtown Spokane at 200 E...

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Feed Spokane sees number of food donors double

Feed Spokane, a Spokane-based nonprofit that retrieves excess food from restaurants and helps organize its redistribution to needy individuals, says while it has doubled its food donor participation this last year, it could still use more. The organizat...

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Feeding demand for health meal delivery in Spokane

Young Spokane-based meal-delivery service Pantry Fuel LLC expects to ramp up growth of its customer base this year, says company founder and owner Jennifer Van Cott. Formed in late 2014 and focusing on healthy foods made with locally sourced ingredients,...

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Produce co-op LINC Foods grows

In just a little more than two years, the Spokane Valley-based Local Inland Northwest Cooperative has grown from a handful of farmers to almost 50 whose produce is now being bought by restaurants, school districts, and universities. Beth Robinette and Jo...

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Trucking company keeps pace with niche customers

Amidst ongoing challenges of increased regulations and struggles to find qualified drivers, Produce Supply Express Inc. looks to maintain a consistent revenue stream while serving its niche customer base. Company Vice President Lom Hutchins says that fo...

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