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Vax On, Mask Off: Employers adapt to mask rules, vaccination monitoring

Employers find themselves treading a narrow path when it comes to confirming employee vaccination status while keeping within state guidelines, some employer representatives here say. ...

After delay, Lancer Hospitality starts food service for Spokane Parks

The Spokane Parks and Recreation department has selected a Minneapolis-based catering and ...

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Gilberts to leave University District

University District Development Association CEO Lars Gilberts plans to step down by the end of the m...

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Longtime Rosauers CEO to retire

In December 2008, the roof of Rosauers Supermarkets’ Five Mile store gave way under ...

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Constructing an education pipeline to homebuilding

A collaborative effort between Mead School District and the Spokane Home Builders Association is...

Davenport Airport to renovate runway

The Davenport Municipal Airport is planning a $4.5 million runway reconstruction and lighting-system upgrade, says Steve Goemmel, city of Davenport administrator....

VOA, Salvation Army to build new homeless shelters

Two Spokane-area nonprofits have set their sights on developing shelters in the city. Volunteers of America Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho is in the early planning stage for a new young-adult shelter in a building at 3104 E. Augusta,...

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Many nonprofits stay afloat with PPP

Applying for a nearly $2 million federally backed Paycheck Protection Program loan to help cover payroll presented an unprecedented shift in The way Arc of Spokane operates, its executive director says....

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Infusion of infrastructure funds anticipated

As President Joe Biden continues to lobby the public and pursue bipartisan support for his $2.3-trillion plan to upgrade infrastructure nationwide, Spokane-area transportation and engineering officials say they’re waiting eagerly to see what the final...

Kalispel Tribe offers to buy Spokane County Raceway

The Kalispel Tribe of Indians is offering to buy the 243-acre Spokane County Raceway park from Spokane County for $4.75 million, according to a press release issued today by Spokane County....

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