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Taken Out: College bars, restaurants struggle with fanless games, new restrictions

This time last year, the Gonzaga University men’s basketball team already had played four home games while the women’s hoops team had played a pair of contests at the McCarthey Athletic Center....

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Pandemic hits female workforce most profoundly

A dearth of child care options and a high ratio of women in industries affected most by ...

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$8 million commercial complex planned in Liberty Lake

A new $8 million development at the southwest corner of Country Vista Drive and Whitman Lane is...

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Man Shop to build corporate headquarters on Spokane’s North Side

Blue-Chip Alliance LLC, which operates The Man Shop barbershops in the Spokane area, plans to ...

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New bank, credit union branches planned in Spokane, Cd’A

Two financial institutions are planning to construct new branches, one on Spokane’s North Side ...

WSU study: Holiday shoppers to change their habits

Even before Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s restrictions limiting in-store retailers to 25% of occupancy in the effort to combat COVID-19, the Washington State University Carson College of Business’ yearly holiday retail report revealed most shoppers ...

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Idaho car wash developer to return to Spokane market

Veteran Boise-based car wash owner and operator Bill Martin doesn’t think he’s ever been this busy. “There’s a rate of growth in the industry that’s never been seen before,” Martin says....

Three new convenience stores planned in Spokane area

Salt Lake City-based convenience store and gas station chain Maverik Inc. is among three companies planning new convenience store-fueling station outlets in the Spokane area....

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Amazon-like Valley facility boasts $105M price tag

Updates to the massive facility being constructed in Spokane Valley show more markers of an Amazon project, which if true puts the e-commerce giant in the running to become one of Spokane County’s largest employers. ...

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Downtown Spokane For Rent: Street-level vacancies stack up with fewer office workers in core

There was a time when one couldn’t walk downtown without bumping into someone else, but now you can stand in the middle of the sidewalk with arms stretched wide and not touch another soul....

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