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Planning for more planners: Whitworth to launch financial planning master’s program

Wealth managers are recruiting new financial advisers here and across the country to maintain service levels and replenish an aging workforce, industry representatives and educators say....

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Gonzaga to build additional student housing

Gonzaga University has submitted pre-development plans to build a 92-bed student dormitory at the...

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Standardized test scores decline, but so does colleges’ emphasis

Although average standardized test scores for the high school class of 2022 declined nationwide...

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Homebuilders job-training initiative gets big funding boost

The Spokane Home Builders Association recently received a big boost for its Frame Your Future ...

Construction proposed at children’s center here

Two separate construction projects involving Spokane-area learning centers are in the permitting ...

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SCC launches one-year transfer degree program

Spokane Community College is launching a one-year transfer degree which will allow students to complete a conventional two-year associate of arts degree in half of the time. ...

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Meet & Greet with Skyler Oberst, of Embrace Washington

Skyler Oberst has been hired as executive director of Embrace Washington, the Spokane-based nonprofit with a mission to provide support and care to children in foster care. Oberst was born in Portland, Oregon, and grew up in Vancouver, Washington. ...

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What’s happening with: Imprezzio software company

While the pyramid-shaped concrete building at 1520 W. Third on the west edge of downtown still has Imprezzio’s name on it, the company hasn’t occupied the building since the early days of COVID-19. Founded in Spokane 2004 by entrepreneurs ...

First annual cybersecurity conference planned

Google Cloud and Spokane-area industry partners will host the first annual Inland NW Cyber Security Conference Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Historic Davenport Hotel, at 10 S. Post. ...

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Parting Thoughts with Community Colleges of Spokane’s Christine Johnson

After a 46-year career in educational leadership, Christine Johnson, chancellor and CEO of Community Colleges of Spokane, has announced she will retire at the end of this year....

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