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Leone & Keeble wins big contract for EWU project

Eastern Washington University has awarded Spokane contractor Leone & Keeble Inc. a $31 million contract to renovate and expand the Pence Union Building. Work there is scheduled to start this week, says Troy Bester, the university’s senior project mana...

Northwood Middle School project highlights buzz of activity at Mead schools

Site work is nearing completion for a new $29 million Northwood Middle School in the Mead School District, and construction of the school building is expected to start soon, says Ned Wendle, the district’s director of facilities and planning. By the en...

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New digs, new approach in medical education

A new venue for University of Washington School of Medicine students in Spokane comes with a new approach to training future physicians. At the University of Washington’s School of Medicine program on the Gonzaga University campus, gone are the days o...

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Central Valley School District begins $31.5 million in new projects

Central Valley School District soon will begin more than $30 million in remodeling and expansion projects at three elementary schools and one additional building in the district. District Superintendent Ben Small says construction will begin this month o...

Fledgling interdisciplinary GU major draws interest

A young, interdisciplinary major at Gonzaga University has attracted strong student interest, say faculty members involved in developing the computer science and computational thinking degree. The degree offering has drawn 23 declared majors in less tha...

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North Idaho College to erect $7.7 million student recreation center

North Idaho College broke ground earlier this month on a $7.7 million, 30,000-square-foot student wellness and recreation center on its Coeur d’Alene campus, says Tom Greene, a spokesman for the college. The two-story center will include a gymnasium, a...

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Itron invests in STEM education curriculum

Throughout its history, Liberty Lake-based Itron Inc. has encouraged utilities to invest in automated meter-reading equipment and other technologies that improve efficiency and conservation. Now, the company also is encouraging students to invest in STE...

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With interim tag removed, Kenneth Anderson leads Gonzaga’s school of business

Kenneth Anderson admits that there’s no way he ever would have believed he’d one day become dean of the Gonzaga University School of Business Administration. “A professor in the business school, sure, but the whole dean thing … no,” Anderson sa...

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Culinary academy feeds strong student demand

Fine cuisine sometimes can be found in unlikely spots. Such arguably is the case with Spokane Community College’s Inland Northwest Culinary Academy. An American Culinary Federation-accredited program, the culinary school is located in the Old Main bui...

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