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Brain Power: Building a neurosciences hub in Spokane

Spokane-area scientists and physicians say the need to expand neurological treatments and research is becoming more urgent as the incidence of neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, increases among America’s aging population. ...

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Young Selkirk Pharma envisions big facility on West Plains

Selkirk Pharma Inc., a young injectable-drug manufacturing and packaging company...

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StanCraft to expand with $15 million jet center

Hayden-based StanCraft Boat Co. is expanding from manufacturing watercraft to offering aviation ...

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Establishing an eco district in Spokane

Several public agencies are working together to establish a sustainable industrial park ...

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Rhino Hide Inc.: A bulletproof concept

North Idaho-based aerospace engineer Jason Giddings says he’s invented a product...

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Connecting high tech and high touch in banking

In the face of the rising dependence on smartphones, more banks are developing apps that work to build relationships with customers and offer on-the-go financial advice. ...

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Proposed bills could protect cannabusiness bankers

Washington financial institutions and regulators say they’re watching closely several pieces of federal legislation regarding cannabis that could impact how banks and credit unions handle banking for the cannabis industry. ...

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Cyan to develop its next crowdfunded video game

Spokane-based game developer Cyan Inc. has completed a successful 30-day Kickstarter campaign to fund its next immersive video game, Firmament, and has added new staff in anticipation of the game’s release next summer. ...

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Solar Roadways hopes to light pathway to production

Sandpoint, Idaho-based Solar Roadways Inc. is one step closer to its vision of creating solar-powered road panels capable of providing clean energy. ...

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Mountain America Credit Union enters North Idaho market

Mountain America Credit Union has taken its first step to expand into the Inland Northwest. The Sandy, Utah-headquartered credit union now has a total of 14 branches in Idaho, having just opened its first North Idaho branch in Post Falls early this month...

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