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Parting Thoughts with HSSA’s Susan Ashe

Susan Ashe, executive director of the Health Sciences and Services Authority of Spokane County, has announced her retirement, effective by the end of this year. She is 72 years old. ...

Fairchild Air Force Base to beta test externship program

Fairchild Air Force Base will be the beta testing site for a U.S. Air Force program that will be...

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Podium sports facility to be updated for those about to rock

Less than a year after the doors opened at the Podium, the state-of-the-art athletic facility is ...

Glenrose soccer complex appeal takes next step

The Washington state Court of Appeals has remanded to Lincoln County Superior Court a case that ...

Economy forecasted to bend, not break, this year

For the first time in more than two decades, the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined for eight...

CDA 2030 updates vision, plan for community

CDA 2030 Inc., a Coeur d’Alene-based nonprofit that develops partnerships among community and business organizations, has released a new vision and implementation plan for the Coeur d’Alene area....

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Spokane Valley gains parkland in targeted areas

The city of Spokane Valley has made strategic acquisitions of parkland in three targeted areas, says John Bottelli, director of Spokane Valley Parks, Recreation, and Facilities. ...

Parkwater railyard cleanup cleared by Ecology

Contamination at a Spokane-area railyard has been resolved, the Washington state Department of Ecology has determined. Now, the state agency has proposed lifting groundwater-use restrictions and removing the property from the state’s list of hazardous...

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Cannabis store robberies prompt response

In response to a series of armed robberies in the Puget Sound area, the Washington state Department of Financial Institutions and the state Liquor and Cannabis Board are collaborating to solve the problem of an industry that historically has been...

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Conservation district campus enters new stage

The Spokane Conservation District’s 50-acre conservation and business campus, dubbed 8th Avenue Quarry, is entering a new stage of development with a goal to bring in businesses to the property to work onsite....

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