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Massive U District complex to move forward next month

Phoenix-based Sagamore Spokane LLC is moving forward with plans to build a 298-unit apartment complex overlooking the Spokane River in Spokane’s University District, according to a press release from the development company....

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DSP, others revisit idea of stadium near downtown

The Downtown Spokane Partnership and other supporters are revisiting plans for a new sports stadium ...

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Beyond Boeing: INW aerospace manufacturers pursue space explorers

Ten days ago, little parts from Liberty Lake hurtled into Earth’s orbit....

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$35 million University District project envisioned

A development team is planning a $35 million apartment complex at the former Umpqua Bank branch ...

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Industrial development booms on the West Plains

Plans have been submitted for another large warehouse on the West Plains, adding to the ...

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Photon Biosciences looks to bring heart test home

A Spokane Valley-based startup founded by two Washington State University professors is looking to develop an in-home testing kit for heart failure and blood platelet contaminations....

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Idaho venues benefit from Washington’s gathering limits

Around the middle of last year, Beacon Hill Catering & Events co-owner Ellie Aaro announced the business was expanding its meal and delivery service, Beacon at Home....

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Mixed-used project near Vinegar Flats moves forward

The third iteration of a lower South Hill mixed-use project geared toward international tenants is moving forward, says Spokane developer Jordan Tampien....

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Aviation museum takes flight again

After being grounded for most of a year, the Historic Flight Foundation is ready to ascend into Spokane’s events scene again. Sheila Geraghty, executive director of the Historic Flight Foundation, says that the facility is reopening to the public...

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Q&A with Empire Health Foundation’s Zeke Smith

Zeke Smith, age 47, came to lead Empire Health Foundation in October. Smith says he grew up in poverty alongside several half-siblings in Northern California and began working in nonprofits while attending Lewis & Clark College, in Portland, Oregon....

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