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Todd Coleman leaves S3R3 Solutions

Todd Coleman, the first director of S3R3 Solutions, is leaving the West Plains Public Development Authority for a new, unspecified job opportunity. ...

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The Pitch to Improve Avista Stadium

Already on course to miss upcoming stadium-improvement deadlines set by Major League Baseball...

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New Northeast PDA director eyes revitalization in Hillyard

Spokane’s Northeast Public Development Authority has a new executive director, Jesse Bank, who say...

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Lakeland Village ramps up employee recruiting efforts

Tim Gerlitz, superintendent at Lakeland Village, a residential habilitation center for adults with ...

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Q&A with Rob Higgins, of the Spokane Association of Realtors.

After 37 years serving as the executive vice president for the Spokane Association of Realtors...

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What’s happening with Spokane developer Mick McDowell

Mick McDowell, one of the most prolific Spokane developers of the last few decades, is down to one commercial holding that he’s in no hurry to develop. ...

Guest commentary: Spokane needs leadership focus to address issues of homelessness

Despite activity on various fronts by business, government, and nonprofit sectors, Spokane’s homeless population remains at 0.685% (1,559 individuals), nearly three times the national average of 0.2%....

Fire damaged warehouse scheduled for demolition

The fire-damaged, 30,000-square-foot former S&P Meats warehouse in East Spokane is being demolished. ...

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Taylor’d Containers pivots to firefighter-training modules

Taylor Rowan is bringing the heat to the shipping container market with the fabrication of custom-made, compact, mobile firefighter training modules, that the industry refers to as props, that are designed for fire departments to have access to a training...

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Young Spokane fintech Haploos goes public (sector)

Spokane-based fintech company Haploos Inc. has received clearances from three federal government departments that company CEO Josh Arritola hopes will open up new markets for its virtual credit card. This spring, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban ...

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