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Spokane real estate mogul Harlan Douglass dies

Prominent Spokane developer and real estate magnate Harlan Douglass died at his home early Nov. 27 at the age of 86, his attorney Steven Hassing has confirmed....


The need for Mead: Over $1 billion in developments planned

Over $1 billion worth of residential and commercial developments are planned in the Mead area, in no...


Handful of hotels change hands in Spokane in recent months

Three Spokane hotels—the Madison Inn, the Courtyard by Marriott, and the Wingate by Wyndham...


What’s happening with: Safeguard Equipment Inc.

Safeguard Equipment Inc., the Post Falls maker of personal devices that detect electrocution hazards...


Latinos En Spokane preps homeownership cooperative

Latinos en Spokane, a nonprofit serving the Latino population, has assembled a 75-family cooperative...


Downtown Rite Aid set to close Dec. 6

The downtown Rite Aid store located at 112 N. Howard, neighboring the Parkade Plaza parking garage, will close permanently on Dec. 6, says the store’s supervisor, Katy Nielsen. Nielsen adds that, until then, the store will be closed on weekends and...


Pyramid dream: Old Global CU headquarters converted to neurological facility

Dr. David Greeley, a neurologist and owner of Northwest Neurological PLLC, is converting the pyramid-shaped, concrete office building on the west side of downtown Spokane into a comprehensive neurological center. “We needed a center of excellence...


The Gallery retirement community premiers

With finishing touches freshly completed at the 121,400-square-foot The Gallery at Spokane senior community, more than 200 visitors attended its Nov. 15 open house event, says Becky Monday, executive director at the facility. ...


Coffee, sandwich shop finds footing in GU area

A former Brooklyn Deli employee is trying to pay homage to the now-closed downtown Spokane sandwich shop. Paper St. Coffee Co. opened in late August at 1307 N. Hamilton, just blocks northeast of Gonzaga University....


Meet & Greet Kelli Miller, interim CEO at Frontier Behavioral Health

Kelli Miller has been appointed interim CEO of Frontier Behavioral Health following the unexpected death of Jeff Thomas, 62, from respiratory complications on Aug. 25. Prior to stepping into this role, Miller, 46, was the organization’s chief ...

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