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Inland Northwest construction industry combats opioid use

It has long been the mantra of construction workers to adhere to the proverbial “tough guy” image, those who believe showing weakness is unacceptable, and talking about feelings is unimaginable. ...

Kenworth plans to relocate to West Plains

Salt Lake City-based Kenworth Sales Co., a commercial truck sale and service company...

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Young Selkirk Pharma envisions big facility on West Plains

Selkirk Pharma Inc., a young injectable-drug manufacturing and packaging company...

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StanCraft to expand with $15 million jet center

Hayden-based StanCraft Boat Co. is expanding from manufacturing watercraft to offering aviation ...

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Multimillion-dollar Black Tank cleanup moves ahead

A BNSF Railway Co.-owned site in the Hillyard area known to have oil contaminants deep in the soil is undergoing a multimillion-dollar cleanup operation to protect drinking water, without slowing down the North Spokane Corridor freeway project. ...

Cheney extends moratorium on Terra Vista development

Cheney City Council has extended by several weeks a moratorium on new development in the area of the more than 1,000-unit Terra Vista apartment and multiplex development, citing a need for more time to review transportation and public safety impacts ...

Chick-fil-A scopes its first restaurant site in Spokane

Spokane could soon have its first Chick-fil-A restaurant, according to documents filed with the city, although the Atlanta-based restaurant chain declines to confirm those plans. ...

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Spokane-area foreclosures decline further

Recent data released by Irvine, California-based real estate research company Attom Data Solutions show foreclosure rates for Spokane County, already at a historic low, continued their downward trend for the first quarter of 2019, a trend Spokane market ...

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