Spokane Journal of Business

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$60 million high-rise project eyed by Spokane River

Spokane developer Lawrence Stone is proposing construction of a $60 million mixed-use development at the former downtown YWCA building. Stone, who also is president and CEO of Scafco Corp., heads up The Falls LLC, which bought the property at 829 W. Broa...

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Inland Northwest ski resorts turn to summer

Some Inland Northwest ski resort operators are anticipating record summer activities this year follo...

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Exiting WSU chancellor mulls next challenge

As Washington State University Spokane Chancellor Lisa Brown enters her final months in that positio...

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SCC plans $20 million in upgrades at Old Main Building

Spokane Community College is planning a $20 million expansion and remodeling project that will enlar...

Spokane County is reviewing permits for new Costco north of Spokane

Costco Wholesale Corp. is nearly ready to break ground on a project outside of the city of Spokane w...

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Jedi Alliance: A collection connection

Tyler Arnold says he and his brother, Tim, have been collecting Star Wars and other TV, movie, and pop culture memorabilia for more than 22 years now. “It all started with a ‘Return of the Jedi’ lunch box I bought when I was 17,” he says. “Now,...

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City, Brown Building Materials prepare to meet in court

An eminent domain case involving the city of Spokane and B-ONE LLC, which operates Brown Building Materials, and pertaining to key property next to the Spokane River near downtown, now is scheduled to go to trial on Oct. 9. The petition, filed by the cit...

Maverik plans two more Spokane-area stores

Maverik Inc., the Salt Lake City-based fueling station and convenience store chain, plans to construct two new outlets in the Spokane area in addition to two stores currently under construction and another new Maverik store that opened last week. The cit...

Inaugural Crave NW food, drink event set for June

Like Miami’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival and Oregon’s culinary bounty FeastPortland, the organizers of next month’s Crave NW in Spokane Valley want to put together an annual event that will rival those nationally recognized festivals. Crave NW...

Pride Prep to double its space soon

Pride Prep, Spokane’s first charter school, has begun remodeling a space that will double its size and accommodate its first high school classes this fall. The organization’s middle school, which opened in 2015, currently occupies a 15,000-square-fo...

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