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KSPS develops new workforce development project

Broadcasters with KSPS Public Television say they’ve helped create a new workforce development and education project called Career Explore Northwest that’s designed to guide students and job seekers toward career opportunities in high-demand...

Gonzaga builds new rowing facility near Silver Lake

Gonzaga University is building a new facility for its rowing teams at Silver Lake, near the town of Medical Lake. Valued at $888,208, the 11,232-square-foot facility will include locker rooms and storage, ...

ALSC chosen to handle EWU stadium predesign

Eastern Washington University recently selected ALSC Architects PS, of Spokane, to handle the predesign services for a potential remodel of Roos Field....

Prioritizing pursuit of professional development

I recently had the opportunity to attend an amazing Women’s Business Conference right here in our own gorgeous city of Spokane. It was three intense days filled with inspiring speakers, thought leaders, engaging breakout sessions, and a ton of fantastic...

Employers should map course to navigate leave law

The coming year will usher in a new era in how Washington state companies handle employee leave. Washington’s Paid Family and Medical Leave Act established a statewide insurance program, which will issue payments to workers who need to take time off to...

Early childhood facility planned near Liberty Park

Predevelopment plans on file with the city of Spokane show a new $900,000 early childhood education facility is planned just south of Interstate 90, near Liberty Park....

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Outsourcing with the blind and visually impaired

John Dubay started Strategic Contact Solutions Group Inc. about five years ago, almost by accident. A client with whom Dubay had previously worked reached out to Dubay to see if he’d be able to help with tasks such as performing outreach and customer...

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Ignite Northwest consolidates leadership

Spokane nonprofit life sciences and technology business accelerator Ignite Northwest has consolidated two top executive positions, says Jeff White, who's been the organization's chief financial officer for nearly four years. Effective Oct. 1...

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OB-GYN field attracts more medical students

Some medical educators here say a growing number of medical students are choosing to specialize in women's health, specifically obstetrics and gynecology....

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A first look at the new Spokane Valley high school

Central Valley School District has released a first look at the conceptual design of its planned new $95 million high school, which is slated to be constructed along East Country Vista Drive. ...

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