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Data protection law might have far reaching impact

Data protection law might have far reaching impact

Some cybersecurity experts are focusing their attention on the European Union’s soon-to-be-impleme…

$5 million multiuse structure proposed in city’s core

$5 million multiuse structure proposed in city’s core

Spokane-based developer and contractor Gerald Kofmehl has proposed constructing a roughly $5 million…

Courtney Law nurtures young UW-GU health partnership

Courtney Law nurtures young UW-GU health partnership

Although she is already more than two years into her position as the director of the University of W…

Jerry Post finds right equation with Mathnasium

Jerry Post finds right equation with Mathnasium

Deer Park’s Robert Crawford brings his son, Shane, three times a week to Spokane’s South Hill to…

Nursing to be most in-demand profession in Spokane, forecast says

Nursing to be most in-demand profession in Spokane, forecast says

An annual occupational forecast from the Washington state Employment Security Department suggests that registered nurse will be the most in-demand occupation in Spokane County for jobs that requires at least a bachelor’s degree, says D. Patrick Jones, w…

Program aims to reduce unbanked populations in North Idaho

Program aims to reduce unbanked populations in North Idaho

In an effort to build better basic financial education, Coeur d'Alene-based United Way of North Idaho has partnered with nearly two-dozen regional community and financial partners to institute a program for unbanked and underbanked residents of North Idah…

INB plans growth around customers, community

INB plans growth around customers, community

Inland Northwest Bank CEO Russell Lee says the last few years have brought periods of growth for the bank, as it works to expand its territory and add products that meet the needs of new customers and markets.“Banking may be one of the oldest kinds …

STCU to expand physical presence into Tri-Cities

STCU to expand physical presence into Tri-Cities

Liberty Lake-based Spokane Teachers Credit Union plans to open one branch in each of the three cities collectively known as Tri-Cities by the end of next year, says Sean Watt, vice president of retail delivery for the nonprofit financial cooperative.T…