Spokane Journal of Business

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Luxury townhomes to rise at Atlas Waterfront site

Construction has started on six of 11 residential structures planned at the Toll Brothers at Atlas Waterfront site, in Coeur d’Alene...


Gizmo makerspace tries to make ends meet

Gizmo-CdA Inc., the nonprofit makerspace located in Coeur d’Alene, is facing its biggest challenge...

Hecla to shut down Lucky Friday for rest of year

Hecla Mining Co. expects to suspend production at its Lucky Friday Mine for the rest of the year as ...


GarageSkins expands to meet demand

GarageSkins Inc., a Post Falls company that produces panels to make steel garage doors look like the...


Idaho WWAMI helps address physician shortage

I love living in Coeur d’Alene. I graduated from Lake City High School, and when it came time to...


Opioid addiction emerges as issue in rural communities

As a Providence Family Medicine doctor in rural northeastern Washington, I am used to seeing a variety of cases, whether it is a cowboy in the emergency department who was thrown off a bull or a pregnant mother coming in for a routine checkup....


2023 Rising Star Ryan Arnold: Startup mindset leads to global focus

Ryan Arnold has channeled his passion, breadth of knowledge, and interpersonal skillset to make a positive impact on not only the Inland Northwest, but the entire world, some of his peers say. Arnold, 39, is the Coeur d’Alene-based vice president of ...


New warehouse projects rise in Spokane-Cd’A

Construction has started or is planned for multiple warehouse projects in the Spokane area, including projects at three properties owned by prominent Spokane developer Harlan Douglass. At Douglass Legacy Park, on the West Plains, interior work has...


Tractor Beverage tracks sustainability as it grows

Hayden-based organic soft drink maker Tractor Beverage Inc. says it’s on track this year to avoid the use of 34.5 tons of synthetic pesticides in its food system, compared with conventional production practices. Kevin Sherman, CEO of Tractor Beverage...


Six INW companies make Inc. magazine's fastest growing list

Six companies in the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area have made Inc. business magazine’s annual list of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in the country. Leading the six companies is Hayden-based soft drinks maker Tractor Beverages Inc., which ranked...

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