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An issue of substance

An issue of substance

Recent data show prenatal use of marijuana, opioids, and other drugs is on the rise in Spokane Count…

SRM Development secures $20 million in private capital

SRM Development secures $20 million in private capital

SRM Development LLC, a Spokane-based development company, has secured $20 million in capital through…

North Spokane Corridor’s Columbia-Freya phase to start this month

North Spokane Corridor’s Columbia-Freya phase to start this month

The Washington state Department of Transportation is set to begin the next phase of construction on …

More women diagnosed with depression

More women diagnosed with depression

Women are being diagnosed with major depression at twice the rate of men, and Spokane women are bein…

WSU studies Medicaid access at rural pharmacies

WSU studies Medicaid access at rural pharmacies

Community pharmacies located in rural areas across the state are less likely to contract with at least one Medicaid plan than pharmacies located in urban areas, preliminary results of research conducted through the Spokane-based Washington State Universit…

Galactic Dungeon Studios: Galactic dreams

Galactic Dungeon Studios: Galactic dreams

Galactic Dungeon Studios LLC’s 750-square-foot tiered space at 7 S. Stevens downtown would indeed have a dungeon vibe, if it weren’t for the large windows, and walls filled with colorful gaming and pop culture art and memorabilia.It’s a fitting co…

New law sets foundation for taller wood buildings

New law sets foundation for taller wood buildings

Senate Bill 5450, signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee earlier this year, goes into effect today, June 7, enabling builders to use certain new timber products to construct bigger buildings than had been permitted previously.The bill specifically directs t…

Catholic Charities plans two more Father Bach structures in Spokane

Catholic Charities plans two more Father Bach structures in Spokane

Catholic Charities of Spokane hopes to begin construction in the fall on the fourth and fifth buildings in the Father Bach series of low income housing apartment projects, says Jonathan Mallahan, vice president of housing for Catholic Charities Spokane, w…