In an age where digital connectivity is the lifeblood of economic growth and innovation, rural small businesses in Idaho find themselves at a crossroads.
According to SCORE, the nation's leading network of mentors to America's small business owner
Innovia Foundation has done its part in garnering $70 million in commitments so far for its LaunchNW mentoring and scholarship program.
Now, the Inland Northwest business community should do its part to provide the mentorship required to make the
For the seventh consecutive year, Washington has marked the first week of October by celebrating the state's remarkable manufacturing sector.
The Association of Washington Business, which serves as both the state's chamber of commerce and
A second moratorium on housing development in southwest Spokane might make for a nice campaign promise to those in that neighborhood, but it would do little to address growing pains along the U.S. 195 corridor.
What such an extreme measure would do is
There is an axiom: Don't let 'the perfectâ€ get in the way of the good.
That is important to remember when it comes to improving our air quality.
While climate activists want to banish all fossil fuels to control greenhouse gas, it isn't
Measure 1 is a big ask, but voters countywide should support the law-enforcement funding proposal that will appear on November's general-election ballot.
Every local law enforcement agency stands to benefit from the 0.2% increase in sales tax that
Growing up in the sixties, our parents blamed everything on 'The Beatles.â€ According to them, they were 'the punksâ€ from Liverpool who caused all the teenagers to go crazy.
Lately, there is another group of 'Beatlesâ€ giving people fits
News about young companies doing interesting things has become the norm in the Inland Northwest, a sign that the entrepreneurial ecosystem is thriving in ways business advocates had hoped it would for years.
The Journal has used this space before to
To supporters of the four Lower Snake River dams, the latest news that President Biden continues to pursue dam breaching is not shocking. But it's surprising, considering the growing shortfall in electricity predicted in the western states and his desir
Construction trade organizations have taken matters into their own hands when it comes to workforce development. Their approaches are starting to pay dividends and could serve as inspiration for other industries looking to fill their workforce pipelines.