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The INB Performing Arts Center’s next act

The INB Performing Arts Center debuted 44 years ago as part of the World’s Fair. It’s largely been untouched ever since. That will change, effective May 1. Operated by the Spokane Public Facilities District, the performing arts center will shut down ...

Spokane Super Oval track operator Rick Nelson (right) and general manager Jim Moore are banking on profitability in 2018.

Spokane Super Oval could turn corner, owner says

After nearly four years of work and having spent $700,000 of his own money, Rick Nelson, the owner o...

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Data protection law might have far reaching impact

Some cybersecurity experts are focusing their attention on the European Union’s soon-to-be-impleme...

Public policy can complicate firing at-will workers

The general rule in Washington is that an employee who isn't subject to an express contract of emplo...

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Curran sees PFD as part of Spokane renaissance

From Stephanie Curran’s ground-level administrative office on the south side of Spokane Veterans M...

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Riverfront Park work proceeds

The most visible places where the general public can see changes to Riverfront Park downtown are along and around the areas of west Spokane Falls Boulevard and north Washington Street. Along those two streets, and through the southern portion of the park...

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City to start construction on last of its planned CSO tank projects

Marlene Feist, spokeswoman for the city of Spokane’s utilities department, says the city plans to begin construction this year on combined sewer overflow projects valued at about $8.6 million. “This is the last of the CSO projects, so we’re winding...

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North Spokane Corridor project forges ahead

The Washington state Department of Transportation has two major projects planned this year relating to the North Spokane Corridor, says Al Gilson, spokesman for the department’s Eastern Region. So far, the department has completed 5.5 miles of the 10.5...

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North Monroe overhaul to begin in April

Work on the long planned and highly debated North Monroe Corridor project is set to begin early next month, says Marlene Feist, a Spokane city spokeswoman. The $8.8 million project will reconfigure a 1.1-mile stretch of Monroe Street between Indiana and ...

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Tariffs import uncertainties for some Spokane-area manufacturers

Although images show President Donald Trump surrounded by smiling aluminum and steel workers after signing two proclamations imposing tariffs on imports of aluminum and steel, some Spokane-area buyers and manufacturers of steel and aluminum say they aren...

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