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Federal dollars might provide big lift for Spokane projects

Washington state could receive nearly $8.6 billion from the $1 trillion federal American Jobs Plan signed into law last month, according to preliminary estimates provided by the White House. While it’s unclear how much of that money will end ...

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Doorsey raises capital, to move past beta phase

An online residential real estate bidding platform co-founded by former Stay Alfred CEO Jordan Allen...

Shelter for young adults to open near SCC

A new shelter operated by Volunteers of America Eastern Washington & North Idaho is intended to ...

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Cowles division plans apartments at old Chancery building site

Centennial Real Estate Investments, the real estate division of Cowles Co., plans to redevelop the f...

New hardware store planned in Airway Heights

The Kalispel Tribe of Indians has partnered with Builders Supply Inc. to bring a planned new hardwar...

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Boomers best younger generations in battle for houses much of the time

Competition for housing is erupting between the baby boomer and millennial generations, and the older generation tends to have the upper hand, experts here say. ...

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Washington state’s condo law changes could ease restrictions

New Washington state legislation has been signed into law with the goal to reduce barriers to condominium construction and development. However, some supporters of the measure say the changes aren’t enough to stimulate condominium development ...

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First Shopko remodel starts on Spokane’s North Side

Two commercial renovation projects are planned for the Northpointe Plaza retail development, northeast of the Division Street “Y.” The former Shopko building at 9520 N. Newport Highway will be reconfigured into three separate commercial spaces for ...

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Brumback family realizes high-rising aspirations

Donald G. Brumback, who goes by Gib, remembers when his son Nicholas Brumback was 10 years old and would ask, “Dad! Why don’t you build a skyscraper?” Gib says he would respond, “Son, that’s just not where we’re at,” referring to the lack ...

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SCC aviation school trains new age of aircraft technicians

As a generation of aviation maintenance professionals retires, demand for new employees with those skill sets has surged, says Andy Dodson, chair of Spokane Community College’s aviation department and full-time faculty member....

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