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Economic volatility influences donor behaviors

Economic volatility influences donor behaviors

In a year fraught with economic turmoil stemming from a pandemic, Inland Northwest nonprofits say…

Teletherapy’s popularity declines in era of isolation

Teletherapy’s popularity declines in era of isolation

While telemedicine services treating the body are increasing in popularity, isolation and the desire…

Mainstream Electric starts new nonprofit venture

Mainstream Electric starts new nonprofit venture

Some businesses might struggle with an encore after earning mention in publications like the…

Tin Roof owners open new furniture store on Sprague

Tin Roof owners open new furniture store on Sprague

Longtime Spokane retailer Acme TV Home & Office Inc. has opened a new furniture store…

YWCA Spokane launches One Mission campaign

YWCA Spokane launches One Mission campaign

YWCA Spokane launched its One Mission Campaign in September with the goal of raising $275,000 to support services that provide resources to survivors of domestic violence.…

New colleagues step into deanships together at WSU

New colleagues step into deanships together at WSU

After spending more than the past two decades with their previous employers, Mary Koithan and Mark Leid each saw an ideal opportunity when they accepted their positions as deans at Washington State University’s Health Sciences Spokane campus.…

Reimagining community investment in the INW

Reimagining community investment in the INW

There is a tsunami coming. Before we cause needless alarm, this is not yet another unexpected emergency, but a demographic tidal wave that we have known about for some time.…

Around Town

Around Town

Mead-based Walter Knopp, Bonita Greene, and Michael Knopp have purchased the 50,000-square-foot retail building at 10425 N. Newport Highway as an investment. The building currently is occupied by an Ashley Homestore.…