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TJ and Sarah Wallin, of Spokane, have bought the former Jones Radiator building at 120 E. Sprague and plan to open a new bar there, called Community Pint. TJ Wallin says the couple purchased the 1,450-square-foot building in early January from Spokane...

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Spokane-area construction activity nears record

Building permit values last year for unincorporated Spokane County and the cities of Spokane and Spo...

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Tackling workforce education in Spokane

Greater Spokane Incorporated has taken on a big challenge with its new community initiative called G...

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Startup SafeGuard Equipment energizes investors

Three recent University of Idaho graduates, each hailing from families of electrical workers, have g...

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Kalispel tribe buys more land near Northern Quest Casino

The Kalispel Tribal Economic Authority, an entity of the Kalispel Tribe of Indians, is expanding its...

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Renew Float Spa: Staying afloat in Kendall Yards

Just entering a room with a tank filled with 100 gallons of warm water and 850 pounds of swirling Epsom salt can be therapeutic on these recent cold days. The room’s lighting is low, and there’s a soft, soothing hiss created by the mist emanating fro...

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Elder Law Group: Aging workforce, added clients

Lynn St. Louis, founding partner of Elder Law Group PLLC, says her Spokane-based law firm is poised to pick up additional clients in the coming years, as the need for estate planning and elder law services continues to increase. “Elder law is definite...

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Advice from financial advisers on living on a post-work budget

Spokane-based financial adviser Paul Viren says one of the strategies he employs with clients approaching retirement is to have them do a “mock retirement” starting six months to a year before their planned retirement date. “Living every month unti...

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Memory care center eyes on upper South Hill

Cascadia Development LLC, a rapidly growing Yakima-based developer and operator of senior residential facilities, plans to construct and operate a $9 million memory-care center on the South Hill, says Justin Younker, a founding principal with the company....

Gesa Credit Union opens in mortgage center in core

Richland-based Gesa Credit Union has opened a home-loan center and is planning a commercial lending office in the former Bank of Whitman building downtown, says Randy Wacker, Gesa’s vice president of mortgage lending. The credit union has leased 6,600 ...

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