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Taken Out: College bars, restaurants struggle with fanless games, new restrictions

This time last year, the Gonzaga University men’s basketball team already had played four home games while the women’s hoops team had played a pair of contests at the McCarthey Athletic Center....

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Flexibility is key to school design in current environment

Those involved in overseeing projects and creating designs for school buildings say adaptability and...

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Anvil Welding Instruction builds waiting list due to increased demand

If the welding industry ever fielded an all-star team, Lonnie Benn, co-owner of Anvil Welding...

WSU study: Holiday shoppers to change their habits

Even before Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s restrictions limiting in-store retailers to 25%...

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SCC’s Old Main building made sustainable through its reinvention

Affectionately referred to as “Old Main,” the Spokane Community College main building has been...

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Spokane Community College offers Running Start For Careers

Spokane Community College has launched a program aimed at placing high school students on a path to a career in the trades and providing another workforce pipeline for local employers....

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New colleagues step into deanships together at WSU

After spending more than the past two decades with their previous employers, Mary Koithan and Mark Leid each saw an ideal opportunity when they accepted their positions as deans at Washington State University’s Health Sciences Spokane campus....

Greater Spokane Incorporated debuts internship portal project

Greater Spokane Incorporated is working with the Association of Washington Business to pilot an online internship portal website in the Spokane area. Cassidy Peterson, director of education and talent at GSI, says AWB conceived the Washington State...

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2020 Rising Stars: Drive509’s Jason Boudreau

When Jason Boudreau founded Drive509 truck driving school in 2016, he expected slow growth for the first few years. “My business plan was: Hire one more instructor by year three and have one more truck,” Boudreau says....

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School project wrap up in time for unusual academic year

More than $149 million in construction projects by Spokane-area school districts are wrapping up just in time for school this fall, even though students won’t be in them right away, in some cases. Spokane Public School District’s $23.5 million ...

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