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Mead school district to complete Shiloh Hills project this summer

The Shiloh Hills Elementary School modernization and expansion is slated to be completed just in time for the 2019-2020 school year, says Ned Wendle, Mead School District director of facilities and planning. ...


Cheney High School expansion is underway

Cheney High School, at 460 N. Sixth in Cheney, is undergoing a $30 million expansion project, says Robert W. Roettger, Cheney School District superintendent. The multiphase construction project, which was started last summer, will be completed around May...


EWU to wrap up science center by summer 2020

Eastern Washington University has one large construction project underway and is seeking more than $27 million in funding for two others during this year’s state legislative session....


Two buildings rise at Catalyst site

Two new buildings worth a total of about $57 million are coming out of the ground on the southern edge of Spokane’s University District. Construction crews broke ground last fall on the seven-level, 159,000-square-foot Catalyst Building...

EWU, Gonzaga collaborate on law degree path

Eastern Washington University and Gonzaga University have collaborated to offer new opportunities to Eastern students looking to pursue a career in law....


WSU starts developing medical residency program

Having received initial accreditation for its graduate medical education program, Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is moving quickly to establish its own residency programs. In December, WSU hired Dr. Jonathan ...


Icons Dave Clack: An accidental but beneficial career in banking

Looking back on the high points from a career spanning more than four decades that has earned him broad praise in business and civic leadership circles here, Spokane’s David A. Clack seems uneasy dwelling on personal achievements. ...


Innovating Idaho: Coeur d’Alene’s entrepreneurial ecosystem accelerates

There has long been a notion that to succeed in the technology sector, you have to relocate to Seattle, Boston, or the Silicon Valley. But a group of like-minded people in Coeur d’Alene are working to break that mold and turn the Lake City ...


School work: A first look at the Lewis & Clark High School expansion

Spokane Public Schools plans to start work next spring on a $23.4 million addition at Lewis & Clark High School, on the periphery of downtown Spokane. The project will involve adding eight classrooms ...


Manufacturing next-generation interest

When Spokane-based manufacturer Wagstaff Inc. landed a series of large contracts recently to produce custom machinery components, a quandary presented itself: the maker of aluminum-casting equipment didn’t have the skilled workforce needed ...

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