Spokane Journal of Business

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Arevo Health partners with Gallagher Benefits

Arevo Health LLC, a Spokane-based developer of health-care analytics software, has formed a new partnership with the Spokane office of Rolling Meadows, Illinois-based Gallagher Benefit Services Inc. ...

Hardwick & Sons hardware store to move from Seattle to Post Falls

Hardwick & Sons Inc. hardware store, a fixture of Seattle’s University District for nearly nine decades, is looking at moving to Post Falls, says CEO and third-generation owner Dean Hardwick, who cites rising taxes in Washington state...

Exotic Metals moves ahead with big expansion

Kent, Washington-based Exotic Metals Forming Co. is moving forward with the construction of its new manufacturing facility at its 56.6-acre property on west McFarlane Road in Airway Heights. ...

MultiCare to add more Indigo care clinic in Spokane area

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care plans to open two more clinics in the Spokane area, for a total of five urgent-care clinics throughout the county. ...

White Brick Interiors opens in Cd’A

Home décor store White Brick Interiors has opened in 2,000 square feet of leased space at 2055 N. Main, in Coeur d’Alene’s Riverstone Village. ...

French Toast Children’s Boutique to move to Kendall Yards

French Toast Children’s Boutique plans to move its store from the Steam Plant building at 159 S. Lincoln downtown to a new 1,100-square-foot space at 1170 W. Summit Parkway in the Kendall Yards neighborhood. ...

Whim Wine Bar planned at River Park Square

Whim Wine Bar is a new wine bar coming to the ground floor of River Park Square downtown mall, at 808 W. Main, next month. The shop is co-owned by Kori Henderson and husband Paul Blacketer, who have both worked in the food and service industries ...

Wanderlust Delicato coming to Spokane

A newly created artisan cheese, wine, and charcuterie shop called Wanderlust Delicato is taking shape in the former Wollnick’s General Store space, at 421 W. Main downtown. ...

The Journal’s View: Washington Legislature should strive to increase transparency

The Washington state Legislature needs to do more to increase transparency and give its constituents more opportunity to be involved in the legislative process. ...

Guest Commentary: Removing lower Snake River dams would be unwise

There are dams that should come down and those that shouldn’t. Hopefully, as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers conducts its review of the 14 federal dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, that will become abundantly clear. ...

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