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Meet & Greet with Spokane Realtors’ Tiffany Claxton-Standley

Meet & Greet with Spokane Realtors’ Tiffany Claxton-Standley

Tiffany Claxton-Standley began her role as CEO of the Spokane Association of Realtors on Sept. 19…

Spokane Urology expands with demand

Spokane Urology expands with demand

A private-practice urology clinic in Spokane is establishing a Spokane Valley location and is …

Focus on well-being emerges as employee benefit

Focus on well-being emerges as employee benefit

The concept of employee health benefits is expanding beyond conventional medical, vision, and dental…

What’s happening with: Silver Lake Mall

What’s happening with: Silver Lake Mall

Two years to the month after Coeur d’Alene business owners bought the Silver Lake Mall from…

More older workers expected to delay retirement, INW observers say

More older workers expected to delay retirement, INW observers say

The number of people who have decided to delay retirement in the past few years has risen and is unlikely to fall as some older workers remain employed to stay mentally sharp and purpose-driven, while inflation weighs on the minds of many U.S. workers…

Twenty-Seventh Heaven bakery moves to larger space in downtown Spokane

Twenty-Seventh Heaven bakery moves to larger space in downtown Spokane

A bakery that opened on the South Hill five years ago has moved downtown.Twenty-Seventh Heaven LLC moved into its new space at 105 S. Madison on Nov. 4. Twenty-Seventh Heaven had been located at 1220 S. Grand Boulevard, south of …

Treehouse Deliveries to convert to cooperative model

Treehouse Deliveries to convert to cooperative model

Spokane-based Treehouse Deliveries, a third-party food delivery platform, is converting to a member-owned co-op and changing its name to Pacific Northwest Delivery Cooperative, says the company’s founder and owner Neil Holford.…

CougsFirst! Movement extends school pride to businesses

CougsFirst! Movement extends school pride to businesses

The greeting “Go Cougs” that is shared by all in the Washington State University community from staff—including university President Kirk Schultz—to faculty, current students, and alums, likely sets WSU apart from the rest of academia.…