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Harrison’s Cycle Haus: Cycling through seasons

Harrison’s Cycle Haus: Cycling through seasons

Teri and Russell Riberich have set out to ride a path to economic vitality with the small community …

Heart attack prevention clinic treats its own growing pains

Heart attack prevention clinic treats its own growing pains

The Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center, of Spokane, is recovering from some growing pains.The…

Spokane’s Riverkeeper

Spokane’s Riverkeeper

Spokane Riverkeeper’s Jerry White Jr. is a former teacher and environmental advocate who spends hi…

College Free Agents startup gets go-ahead from NCAA

College Free Agents startup gets go-ahead from NCAA

College Free Agent LLC, a company started by two young Spokane entrepreneurs, wants to help universi…

Premier Clinical Research expands ‘overnight’

Premier Clinical Research expands ‘overnight’

Spokane-based independent pharmaceutical research company Premier Clinical Research LLC has expanded its facility to include an overnight living space, which will enhance its study capabilities here, says Jill Ciccarello, Premier’s director of research.…

Nonprofits to collaborate on patient lodging project in Cd’A

Nonprofits to collaborate on patient lodging project in Cd’A

Community Cancer Fund, Kootenai Health, and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest are collaborating to develop and operate lodging for adult and pediatric patients receiving medical treatment at Kootenai Health, says Jerid Keefer, Commun…

Specialty Environmental: Insulated by a strong market

Specialty Environmental: Insulated by a strong market

After a 26-year career as a manager for a large construction company in Hawaii, Ray Skelton moved to Spokane and acquired the assets of two separate environmental and insulation companies, both of which are now reaping the benefits of the current construc…

Trauma Counseling Center looks to build reputation

Trauma Counseling Center looks to build reputation

After a more than 20-year career serving in the U.S. Air Force, Roger Yoder had a goal of starting his own counseling service that specializes in helping victims of trauma.He opened his practice in July 2016 under the name Executive Counseling Services,…