Activist. Innovator. Leader.
Stephaine Courtney is described by her Rising Star nominator as driven to connecting people and sparking change for the underrepresented in the greater Spokane community.
As executive director and founder of The
Nico Archer is the newest partner-owner at Spokane-based DH, and he's making a difference at the agency and throughout the community, says his colleague and a vice president at the agency, Tyler Tullis.
During his eight years with the 27-year-old
Boise, Idaho-based Lombard-Conrad Architects has nearly completed the initial design phase for expanding the Kootenai County justice complex with plans for a new, 60,000-square-foot building that will connect with the county's existing courtroom
Northwest Specialty Hospital is expanding with construction of a 9,000-square-foot ambulatory surgery center and other new facilities and services planned or under way in Kootenai and Spokane counties.
The new Post Falls facility, located at
With sustained construction demand in Kootenai County, two family-owned, North Idaho dump truck businesses are picking up steam.
Separately owned but family-connected Hidden Ridge Trucking LLC and Collins Trucking LLC have a combined
One of the Inland Northwest's largest annual manufacturing conferences is coming next week to The Coeur d'Alene Resort.
The I-90 Aerospace Corridor Conference & Expo, scheduled for Tuesday, May 30 and Wednesday, May 31, at the resort at
The Inland Northwest Land Conservancy recently opened an office in downtown Coeur d'Alene at 418 E. Lakeside Drive.
The Spokane-based organization's physical expansion into the Lake City is expected to boost efforts to acquire natural lands for
Tacoma, Washington-based BCRA Inc., which does business as BCRA Design, is expanding its presence in the Inland Northwest, bringing with it the collective experiences of architects, interior designers, civil engineers, and landscape architects.
Situated along the northern shore of Lake Coeur d'Alene near its confluence with the Spokane River is a joint campus in which four colleges offer students opportunities to earn associate, bachelor's, and graduate degrees, often in their own backyard.