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$22.5M assisted-living facility envisioned on Spokane’s South Hill

$22.5M assisted-living facility envisioned on Spokane’s South Hill

A Denver-based health care facility developer is planning a $22.5 million assisted living and memory…

Sustained mortgage activity swamps credit unions

Sustained mortgage activity swamps credit unions

As the real estate market in the Spokane area remains scorching hot, so does the mortgage lending…

Hillyard shopping center changes hands for $17.65M

Hillyard shopping center changes hands for $17.65M

A 66,500-square-foot shopping center in Spokane’s Hillyard neighborhood has sold to Spokane-based…

Reuniting retirement home residents with their friends, families

Reuniting retirement home residents with their friends, families

As long-term care facilities begin to reopen to visitors in the wake of climbing vaccination rates…

Casual Friday Donuts to open Spokane Valley store

Casual Friday Donuts to open Spokane Valley store

After a decade of operating Casual Friday Donuts on Spokane’s North Side, owner and Spokane Valley resident Amber Owens plans to debut a second donut shop closer to home this month.…

Advisers: It’s OK to hold on to stimulus money

Advisers: It’s OK to hold on to stimulus money

Spokane-area financial advisers have some ideas on what those who received the third round of federal stimulus checks should do with them. Those ideas have less to do with ways to spend the payments of up to $1,400 a person authorized under the…

Northwest Entrepreneur Competition to host final round

Northwest Entrepreneur Competition to host final round

Spokane’s University District and North Idaho College are collaborating to host the final round of the 16th annual Northwest Entrepreneur Competition online Wednesday, April 15. Ryan Arnold, director of regional entrepreneurship strategy…

Spokane native leads BECU’s growth here

Spokane native leads BECU’s growth here

Growing up on a Valley farm, Steve Hauschild tackled arduous jobs like clearing rocks from crop fields.Years later, he would clear the way for one of the nation’s largest credit unions to sprout in a new market.…