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Seachange at Spokane’s City Hall

City of Spokane officials and its chief financial officer, Gavin Cooley, have some things to consider in the coming months. Cooley, 61, will think about what to do after he retires at late this year or early in 2020...


The Great PNW: After the amorous bears

Mention The Great PNW bears to the majority of Spokanites, and one image immediately comes clearly ...


TDS Metrocom, CenturyLink install more fiber in the Inland Northwest

More fiber-optic network activity has begun to crop up in Coeur d’Alene and Spokane. TDS Metroco...


Rohinni’s bright future: Products featuring company’s LED tech to hit market

A laptop featuring Rohinni technology could be waiting under the tree this Christmas. That’s wha...


Davenport Memorial Glass: Heartwork in glass

Two years ago, Cameron Davenport launched Coeur d’Alene-based Davenport Memorial Glass Co....


Spokane County diversifies investments

The Spokane County Treasurer’s Office is shaking up its investment portfolio with its first foray into corporate and international bonds in a strategic move to diversify the Spokane Public Investment Pool. ...


Middle market companies are bullish

While companies are grappling with the effects of the current U.S.-China trade disputes—and many are concerned about automation and its effect on the workforce—most companies are feeling optimistic about the future, according to Umpqua Bank’s ...


Tamarack Aerospace receives financing, resumes sales

Sandpoint, Idaho-based Tamarack Aerospace Group has taken its latest step in its reorganization following the filing of Chapter 11 bankruptcy in mid-June, with the authorization by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to accept $1.95 million in ...


Spokane-area printers adapt to changing times with new presses

As demand increases for digital communication and advertising as well as online printing services, two companies here say there’s still a need for commercially printed materials as well. ...


Production Academy celebrates class graduation

The Production & Manufacturing Academy graduated its inaugural class of 20 high school students this month. The academy, which started in July, is an intensive training program for students across Spokane and Kootenai counties to gain first-hand ...

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