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Massive U District complex to move forward next month

Phoenix-based Sagamore Spokane LLC is moving forward with plans to build a 298-unit apartment complex overlooking the Spokane River in Spokane’s University District, according to a press release from the development company....

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DSP, others revisit idea of stadium near downtown

The Downtown Spokane Partnership and other supporters are revisiting plans for a new sports stadium ...

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$35 million University District project envisioned

A development team is planning a $35 million apartment complex at the former Umpqua Bank branch ...

Liberty Lake Children’s Academy plans to expand

Plans are underway to construct a building that will be the second location for a Liberty...

Gonzaga endeavors to advance entrepreneurship

With more than two decades of experience developing leaders through the Hogan Entrepreneurial...

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Federal student aid system undergoes overhaul

Several policy changes were included in the recently approved 2021 Omnibus spending bill that will ease the federal student aid application process and expand Pell Grant eligibility, industry observers here say....

HOPE School to move to new home in East Spokane

For the second time in its nearly 17-year history, the Spokane Hearing Oral Program of Excellence is on the move to a bigger location. Started in 2004, HOPE offers early intervention auditory and language therapy for children with deafness...

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Palisades Christian Academy multiuse facility nears completion

A representative of a west Spokane private school says officials there are confident they can secure funding commitments to complete the finishing touches on a $2.3 million multipurpose building currently under construction....

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Q&A with Economist Vange Ocasio Hochheimer

Vange Ocasio Hochheimer teaches economics at Whitworth University, but the roots she’s put down in Spokane over the past decade extend beyond the university’s campus. Ocasio Hochheimer spent much of her childhood in Puerto Rico. As an adult, she ...

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WSU works with Native groups on curbing virus

Born to German parents who immigrated to the U.S. at the end of World War II, Dr. Dedra Buchwald says it’s often easy for her to understand some of the issues facing the Native American Indian populations she partners with to improve health. ...

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