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Mukogawa Fort Wright serves up dining project

Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute is remodeling and expanding its student dining facilities in a $1.5 million construction project, says R. Joe Alleman, the institute’s director of administration. ...

Central Valley school district starts grocery building remodel

Central Valley School District started work in late April on a project to convert a former Yoke’s Fresh Market building into new quarters for Barker High School and the Central Valley Early Learning Center. ...

Elmer erects addition in Valley for FedEx

A major expansion project is under way at the FedEx Ground distribution center in Spokane Valley. ...

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First of five bond-funded Post Falls school projects rises

Construction is under way on a $3.1 million expansion project at River City Middle School, in Post Falls, says Scott Fischer, the project architect with the Coeur d’Alene design firm Architects West Inc. ...

Ambassadors unit relocates to Holley Mason building downtown

People to People Ambassador Programs, the Spokane-based student-travel provider, has moved its headquarters to the sixth floor of the Holley Mason Building, at 157 S. Howard, downtown. People to People, a subsidiary of Spokane-based Ambassadors Group Inc...

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New EWU recycling center aims to raise output

Eastern Washington University has opened a new recycling center that it hopes will help it advance its recycling efforts. ...

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Gonzaga tabbed as one of most sustainable colleges

Gonzaga University has been named for the second year as one of more than 350 most environmentally responsible colleges by the Princeton Review, a college ranking publication, for its sustainability initiatives and environmental programs, says Jim Simon, ...

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WSU Spokane pharmacy students wins national research award

A Washington State University Spokane pharmaceutical sciences student has received a national award from the Rheumatology Research Foundation to fund research into slowing or eradicating osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. ...

Work to start on big apartment building next to GU

Development company 940 N. Ruby LLC, owned by San Clementine, Calif.-based Larry Simon and David Schneider, plans to break ground next week on a six-story, 61-unit apartment building on the west edge of the Gonzaga University campus. Work on the develo...

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UW says WWAMI program growth is in jeopardy

The Washington state Senate budget proposal would put the Spokane-based portion of the five-state medical education program known as WWAMI in peril if it wins out over the House version of the budget, says Dr. Paul Ramsey, the CEO of University of Washing...

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