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Multimillion-dollar Black Tank cleanup moves ahead

A BNSF Railway Co.-owned site in the Hillyard area known to have oil contaminants deep in the soil is undergoing a multimillion-dollar cleanup operation to protect drinking water, without slowing down the North Spokane Corridor freeway project. ...

Tamarack Aerospace files for bankruptcy reorganization

Sandpoint, Idaho-based aerospace manufacturing company Tamarack Aerospace Group has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. ...

Cheney extends moratorium on Terra Vista development

Cheney City Council has extended by several weeks a moratorium on new development in the area of the more than 1,000-unit Terra Vista apartment and multiplex development, citing a need for more time to review transportation and public safety impacts ...

Chick-fil-A scopes its first restaurant site in Spokane

Spokane could soon have its first Chick-fil-A restaurant, according to documents filed with the city, although the Atlanta-based restaurant chain declines to confirm those plans. ...

Quest Integration expands with new showroom

Quest Integration Inc., the Post Falls-based seller and support provider of manufacturing-design software and hardware, has expanded with a new showroom and two new partnered product lines. ...

Canadian company eyes Addy smelter purchase

Western Magnesium Corp., a British Columbia, Canada-based producer of magnesium metal, has announced it is exploring the purchase of a former smelter site in Stevens County. ...

River Rock Taphouse to open downtown

River Rock Taphouse Inc. plans to open late this month in the former Spokane Chronicle newspaper printing room, in the Chronicle Building, at 926 W. Sprague downtown. ...

Cycling gym opens on Monroe

Spincity LLC is a new cycling gym that opened early this month at 1215 N. Monroe. Owner Jared Mueller says the business occupies an 1,800-square-foot space that previously housed Don Juan’s Tailoring & Formal Wearhouse LLC. ...

Spokane massage therapist creates mobile app

Spokane massage therapist Katie Wilcox says she’s created a new mobile platform called Knead It Now that’s designed to help self-employed massage therapists reach new clients, build their businesses, and recover losses from cancellations. ...

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