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WSU medical school finds itself in the midst of change

Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, located in Spokane, is in the midst of change to its physical location and to its leadership. ...


Teen parents learn to lead at Lumen High School

Shauna Edwards says running a high school wasn’t what she initially envisioned for herself,...


Work begins on Museum of North Idaho’s new home

The Museum of North Idaho expects to begin work soon on its new home at the historic J.C. White ...


Ben Small to lead Innovia’s LaunchNW initiative

Ben Small, longtime superintendent at Central Valley School District, will join the...


Redband Apartments to add housing near SFCC

The first two buildings of a new apartment complex, named Redband Apartments, are under development...


Slingshot takes aim at career development

On a mission to help young people discover how their skills and interests can help decide which career to aim for, Spokane entrepreneur Tyler Lafferty has started Slingshot, a nonprofit professional training and coaching program....


Trades Night works to change construction-career narrative

Construction industry leaders are working to promote a career in the construction industry as equal to entering college, the military, or the general workforce, says Sarah Cottam, vice president of member services for the Spokane-based Inland Pacific...


McQuilkin leads Whitworth into post-COVID era

Scott McQuilkin, Whitworth University’s new president, is taking the helm of the university at a time when Whitworth is focusing on its health and science programs, and while enrollment is dropping at higher education institutions throughout the ...


Oaks Classical Christian Academy reengages plans for new structure

The Oaks Classical Christian Academy plans to build a new school building in Spokane Valley, at 11711 E. 24th, says the current head of the school Charlie Dowers....


Parting Thoughts with Communities in Schools’ Chuck Teegarden

Chuck Teegarden became the executive director of Communities in Schools in 2015 at the age of 62, bringing with him over 30 years of leadership experience. Now, for the next year, he will be training Debra Raub, the organization’s funding ...

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