Spokane Journal of Business

Local News > North Idaho

Coeur d’Alene Re/Max broker opens Spokane-area office

Re/Max Infinity Group, the Coeur d’Alene-based franchise of Denver-based Re/Max International Inc., has opened a real estate office in Spokane, says Colleen Kelley, the franchise owner. The office occupies 900 square feet of space in the Latah Creek Pl...

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Proposed Coeur d’Alene hotel to anchor $20 million complex

Coeur d’Alene businessman Ron Ayers says the hotel he’s planning would be the engine that drives an economic development campus, in addition to increasing lodging capacity near downtown Coeur d’Alene. Ayers proposes to develop a $10 million, 112-ro...

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Inland Northwest cancer care restructured

Four cancer-care medical practices have restructured and changed their names to Summit Cancer Centers in the latest shifting in cancer care services here. Dr. Arvind Chaudhry, medical oncologist and director of Summit Cancer Centers, says this new integr...

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Ocean Gourmet Salts: Tapping salts of the sea

A core line of seasonings for Rathdrum-based Ocean Gourmet Salts originates from deep coastal waters. That’s why an ocean theme remains central to the company’s marketing, despite its headquarters in land-locked North Idaho. After discovering gourmet...

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Holster maker Tedder Industries targets growth

Thomas Tedder sees no signs that U.S. guns sales will decline anytime soon. That means his holster-making company, Tedder Industries, currently of Hayden, likely will enjoy strong growth for years to come, he says. The company had 30 employees when it mo...

Aerospace industry trade groups collaborate

The Inland Northwest Aerospace Consortium, INWAC, and the Idaho Aerospace Alliance, IDA, have decided to collaborate through reciprocal memberships. The two organizations announced in a recent press release that their respective boards had unanimously a...

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UI center aims to teach cybersecurity specialists

The University of Idaho has launched its Cybersecurity Training and Operations Center, in Post Falls, where it hopes to educate and certify 350 information technology security specialists through hands-on simulated cyberattack response training in the nex...

Coeur d’Alene company buys Sixth Man Marketing

JEBCommerce LLC, a Coeur d’Alene-based marketing company, says it has acquired Sixth Man Marketing LLC, of Spokane. Last month, Sixth Man’s five employees moved from its offices here at 542 W. Cataldo to join JEBCommerce’s 28 employees in their of...

Empire Aerospace lands approval to service jet

Empire Aerospace, a subsidiary of Hayden-based Empire Airlines Inc., has secured approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to provide heavy maintenance service on Embraer S.A. ERJ 145 jets, says Reed Chase, Empire Airlines general manager. The ER...

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Pilgrim’s Market to grow its own produce

Joe Hamilton, owner of Pilgrim’s Market and a pioneer in Coeur d’Alene’s natural and organic food sales, now is blazing a trail for urban farming in the Lake City. Hamilton recently bought an 8,000-square-foot residential lot next to the 25,000-squ...

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