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Uncertainty infects Inland Northwest health care industry

Uncertainty infects Inland Northwest health care industry

The economic effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health care sector has been as uneven…

Financial sector better positioned for recovery now than during Great Recession

Financial sector better positioned for recovery now than during Great Recession

This isn’t the Great Recession for Inland Nortwest bankers.And that’s a good thing, executives…

Municipalities prep for revenue shortages

Municipalities prep for revenue shortages

Sales taxes traditionally have provided a relatively stable revenue source for states and local…

Office building, garage planned on county campus

Office building, garage planned on county campus

A $10 million office building is envisioned along the 900 block of north Monroe Street…

Realtors pivot to digital transactions

Realtors pivot to digital transactions

Representatives of Spokane real estate companies say the move to digital operations during Gov. Jay Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Safe mandate was a simple shift that required better use of existing technology.…

Making lemonade: Eateries upgrade in downtime

Making lemonade: Eateries upgrade in downtime

A handful of bars and restaurants in the Spokane area have used the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to remodel and deep-clean their spaces, sometimes using Paycheck Protection Program loan funds to pay employees to help with the work.…

$46 million apartment complex eyed in Spokane Valley

$46 million apartment complex eyed in Spokane Valley

Prominent Spokane developer Lanzce Douglass has his sights set on his next big multifamily housing project, a $46 million apartment complex to be known as Desmet Quarry, in Spokane Valley.…

Restaurants & Retail: Four Eyed Guys Brewing works to open next month

Restaurants & Retail: Four Eyed Guys Brewing works to open next month

Alex Rausch, and his wife, Hillary, say they’re excited to see the calendar reach June.The couple, who founded Four Eyed Guys Brewing Co. in 2017, say they hope to begin remodeling this month for a planned tap house and brewery to be located …