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Idaho bank, credit union expand into Spokane

Two southeastern Idaho-based financial institutions have moved into the Spokane area in quick succession. Last month, Idaho Falls-based Bank of Idaho agreed to acquire five branches from Seattle-based HomeStreet Bank, including one branch in downtown ...

CDA 2030 updates vision, plan for community

CDA 2030 Inc., a Coeur d’Alene-based nonprofit that develops partnerships among community and ...

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Work begins on Museum of North Idaho’s new home

The Museum of North Idaho expects to begin work soon on its new home at the historic J.C. White ...

PotlatchDeltic to acquire Atlanta company

PotlatchDeltic Corp., a Spokane-based timberland owner and lumber manufacturer, has agreed to acquir...

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Kootenai Humane Society builds new shelter

Kootenai Humane Society is constructing a new $8 million, 20,000-square-foot facility ...

Idaho State Bar charges former Spokane attorney

The Idaho State Bar has charged former Washington State Bar Association President Robin L. Haynes with professional misconduct in relation to five counts of theft brought by Spokane County prosecutors last year. ...

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Idaho Central Credit Union enters Washington market

Idaho Central Credit Union has opened its first branch in Washington state at the former Banner Bank building at 41 W. Riverside in downtown Spokane. ICCU purchased the building in November for $13.5 million from 41 W. Riverside LLC, which was owned ...

Great Floors sells five properties

Coeur d’Alene-based retailer Great Floors LLC has recently sold five store buildings with about 176,000 square feet of retail space combined, including one store in Spokane Valley and one in Coeur d’Alene, says Clayton Brown, Seattle-based managing...

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Union participation rate grows in Spokane

The union participation rate in the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area trails Washington state, but outpaces the nation as a whole, according to recently released data. At all levels, the rate of unionized workers has grown during the pandemic. In the Spoka...

Senior home-share project to launch

A lack of affordable housing for local workers in Kootenai County has prompted community leaders to launch a new project matching senior homeowners who have extra space in their homes with local workers in need of housing....

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