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UW satellite clinic offers liver treatment services

Two liver specialists with the University of Washington say they’ve provided liver treatment consultations to over 200 patients with acute and chronic liver disorders throughout the university’s year-old medicine-liver clinic in Spokane and have plans...

EWU to merge program in preparation for move

The computer sciences and electrical engineering departments at Eastern Washington University will ...

$760 million in labor income lost in Spokane County, analysis shows

An economic analysis the first 11 weeks COVID-19 had on Spokane County starting in mid-March reveals...

SCC building is being expanded, renovated

Construction crews have started work on a $1.7 million expansion and renovation of a building on the...

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Quest for knowledge: Virtual learning gains popularity at Post Falls software company

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Quest Integration Inc. rarely offered online training. Now, the Post...

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Community colleges adapt to online curricula

The coronavirus outbreak has presented a number of challenges to every facet of life, as businesses shutter or adapt practices to keep serving their customers. ...

TEDx organizers in Spokane hope to keep event interactive

Organizers of the TEDx Spokane annual fall conference for discussing promising new ideas in science and culture are bracing for potential adjustments in how they will schedule the event and raise funds for it. ...

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Parting Thoughts with Leo’s Photography’s Bill Robertson

If you grew up in Spokane between 1978 and 2010, Bill Robertson probably took at least one of your school photos. Robertson doesn’t know exactly how many students and teachers he’s photographed over the years, but he’s made each one of them smile. ...

Bouten Construction lands $43 million middle school project

Bouten Construction Co., of Spokane, has been selected as the general contractor/construction man–ager for the planned Northeast Middle School, to be constructed in Spokane’s Logan neighborhood....

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Current Central Valley school projects total $129.9M

Work on the Central Valley School District’s third high school, Ridgeline High, remains in full swing with an expected opening slated for the fall of 2021. In all, $129.9 million in construction work is underway in the district....

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