Spokane Journal of Business

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Opportunity awaits in Spokane’s Opportunity Zones

A year after 11 Spokane-area neighborhoods were designated as Opportunity Zones, at least one advocate says Spokane is starting to see some investment activity. ...

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Medcurity secures capital to expand

Spokane-based Medcurity Inc. has landed nearly $700,000 in venture capital and loans this month...

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Bay Shore’s big goals

Executives with Rathdrum-based foundation drilling equipment manufacturer Bay Shore Systems Inc. ...

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Fresh Soul: SOUL TRAINing

Alongside ribs, catfish sandwiches, and collard greens, East Central neighborhood soul food ...

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Growing volunteerism with Spokane Gives

The Spokane Gives initiative, a program that Mayor David Condon says started as a friendly challenge...

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Continuous Composites enters into tech partnership

Coeur d’Alene-based Continuous Composites, which develops and manufactures 3D printing robotic arms able to work with high-end materials, recently entered into a strategic partnership with Broomfield, Colorado-based Spatial Corp. ...

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Sign Corp. takes on big Steeler-themed project

Spokane-based Sign Corp. is well underway on a series of signs for a Pittsburgh Steelers-themed attraction, to be called Steelers Country, at the Kennywood amusement park in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania. ...

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Spokane Guilds’ School rebrands with Joya name

Clunky, outdated, and misleading are three words capital campaign manager Teresa Conway uses to describe the Spokane Guilds’ School & Neuromuscular Center name, on top of being a mouthful, which recently led the nonprofit to rebrand...

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$8.5 million addition, remodel to start at Wilson Elementary School

Wilson Elementary School is gearing up for an $8.5 million addition and remodel of just under 22,000 square feet to begin this summer at 911 W. 25th, on Spokane’s South Hill. ...

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Hutton Settlement sustains founder’s mission

When Idaho mining mogul Levi Hutton established the Hutton Settlement in Spokane Valley 100 years ago, he set up a business model that he hoped would sustain the home for orphaned children for at least 250 years. ...

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