Spokane Journal of Business

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Zaycon Foods, former CEO battle in court

Spokane Valley-based national meat delivery company Zaycon Foods LLC, which announced late last mont...

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Changes in Cheney: A downtown revitalization effort

A group of businesspeople in Cheney are sowing early seeds of a plan to re-energize the farm-and-col...

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H-Source’s revenues rise as hospital margins fall

Amid rising health care costs and continually decreasing hospital profit margins, Spokane health car...

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WSDOT, STA adapt transportation projects for Project Rose

Plans for a presumed Amazon.com Inc. distribution center on the West Plains, currently known as Proj...

Post Falls storage facility expands

Construction is underway on an expansion at Seltice Mini Storage Inc., where the number of units will jump to about 380 from 227, says complex owner Troy Mullenix. The total project cost will be close to $1 million, he says. Located at 2425 W. Seltice ...

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Fannie’s Ice Pops: When cold treats become a hot product

Long before she envisioned selling ice pops from a cart attached to a bicycle, Mandolyn Hume was freezing her children’s leftover smoothies to make refreshing summertime treats. “We lived by Manito Park, so the ice cream truck would come by multiple ...

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Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park to erect new chairlift

After years of legal battles, a $4.1 million project that includes a new chairlift, seven additional runs, and a conveyor for a tubing hill will be operational at Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park this winter, park manager Brad McQuarrie says. “It’s b...

Spark Central lands its largest grant to date

Spark Central, a Spokane-based nonprofit that provides access to creative learning opportunities and innovative technology, has been selected for a $100,000 arts and culture grant from the Washington Women’s Foundation. The grant will be disbursed ove...

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Around Town

Self-storage company More Space Spokane LLC, of Spokane, has purchased a roughly 500-unit, 114,000-square-foot storage facility in a building at 104 S. Division. Casey Brazil and Chris Schrieber, both of Kiemle Hagood, handled the transaction. Northwest ...

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