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Downtown Spokane Partnership names new CEO

The Downtown Spokane Partnership has named Emilie Cameron as its new president and CEO....

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Park & Re-creation: Greenstone looks to broaden scope at Meadowwood Technology Campus

The city of Liberty Lake has approved a zoning change for the Meadowwood Technology Campus that will...

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Cannabis store robberies prompt response

In response to a series of armed robberies in the Puget Sound area, the Washington state Department ...

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Fourth iteration of Vinegar Flats mixed-use project takes shape

Plans for Eastern Washington International Housing retail and residential project on the lower South...

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Icons 2022: Empire Ford’s Nate and Roberta Greene

Nate and Roberta Greene, both 78, say their lives revolve around family, faith, community, and ...

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Icons 2022: Hollister-Stier’s Anthony Bonanzino

Tony Bonanzino, former president, CEO, and part owner of pharmaceutical manufacturer Hollister-Stier Laboratories LLC, now Jubilant HollisterStier, has been a constant role model in life and business for people around him....

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Icons 2022: Coopers & Lybrand’s Gordon Budke

The list of Spokane-based organizations Gordon Budke has been involved with over the decades contains many familiar names, including Momentum ’87, Leadership Spokane, the Spokane Area Economic Development Council, Eastern Washington University,...

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Icons 2022: Clark Company’s Ed Clark

Driving around Spokane, Ed Clark says his mind is flooded with memories of the “tremendous number” of businesses and clients that he has worked with over his half-century long career as a “mad man.”...

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Icons 2022: Bernardo|Wills’ Robert Wills

In a career that spanned close to 50 years, Robert Wills was never known for pompous presentations. Instead, the co-founder of Bernardo|Wills Architects PC won clients and colleagues over with a humble approach that conveyed layers of insight ...

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Apartments designed with roommates in mind

As new apartment complexes are rising throughout the Spokane area, some of the latest design trends include reducing the number of three-bedroom units in favor of co-living arrangements, increasing access to nature and communal spaces, and addressing...

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