Spokane Journal of Business

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Idaho venues benefit from Washington’s gathering limits

Around the middle of last year, Beacon Hill Catering & Events co-owner Ellie Aaro announced the business was expanding its meal and delivery service, Beacon at Home....

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MultiCare, Kootenai Health form behavioral health alliance

MultiCare Health System has partnered with Kootenai Health to expand behavioral health services in t...

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Post Falls prosthetics clinic changes hands

Experienced orthotists and prosthetists Dan Daley and Stephen Blas have acquired Kootenai...

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Silver Lake Mall changes hands

The owner of a Coeur d’Alene-based sporting goods retail store has acquired Silver Lake Mall...

Dollar Fulfilment buys more land in Post Falls

Hayden-based e-commerce fulfillment company Dollar Fulfillment is continuing to make room to expand...

Verdis construction company moves to larger quarters

Coeur d’Alene-based Verdis, a woman-owned engineering, planning, landscape design and construction company, has moved to a new location following a record-setting sales year....

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LunchboxWax franchisees to expand into Spokane

LunchboxWax salon franchisees Brandi and Mike Chapman plan to open a salon on Spokane’s South Hill, its second overall, either in late May or early June. The couple opened their first bikini and facial wax salon last July in 1,500 square feet of space...

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Atlas Mill site prepped for residential construction

Redevelopment has started at the former Atlas Mill site, located along the Spokane River in northeast Coeur d’Alene. Hilary Anderson, community planning director with the city of Coeur d’Alene, says the first phase of...

Work on North Idaho veterans home to resume in spring

The Idaho Division of Veterans Services says it will resume construction in the spring on a 64-room veterans home in Post Falls on a 7-plus-acre parcel of donated land. Veterans Services broke ground and began site work in the final quarter of 2020...

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Wood products pricing volatility likely to persist

A year marked by high demand, supply constraints, and mercurial commodities pricing likely will lead to continued volatility for at least the first half of 2021, some wood products industry observers say. Joel White, executive officer of the Spokane Home...

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