Spokane Journal of Business

Local News > Retail

Avian flu exacerbates rising poultry, egg prices

Consumers can expect their chicken wings and egg salad to cost a little more this summer, due to an outbreak of avian influenza, local industry experts say....

1

Liberty Ciderworks, Copeland Architecture go in on new location

Liberty Ciderworks plans to move its tasting room and facility to a 7,000-square-foot building near ...

1

Six restaurant projects planned, underway in Spokane

Construction is planned or underway for six new restaurants in Spokane with expected openings ...

New Mister Car Wash planned on South Hill

A Mister Car Wash facility is planned at 4337 S. Regal, on the South Hill, according to preliminary ...

1

Whatever Happened To: Browne Street Market and Francis Travel Center

Two commercial developments proposed by Spokane businessperson Sam Sidhu and first reported by the ...

1

Spokane’s event, tourism year to be its busiest ever

Pent-up demand for conventions, sports, entertainment, and travel over the past few years has led to a jam-packed season of events in the second half of 2022, says Stephanie Curran, CEO, Spokane Public Facilities District. “We’re definitely the ...

1

Idaho bank, credit union expand into Spokane

Two southeastern Idaho-based financial institutions have moved into the Spokane area in quick succession. Last month, Idaho Falls-based Bank of Idaho agreed to acquire five branches from Seattle-based HomeStreet Bank, including one branch in downtown ...

1

Gender-inclusive fashion brand launches in Spokane

Dom + Bomb LLC, a Spokane-based fashion company, has launched a size- and gender-inclusive collection, say co-owners Kim Blessing and Delena Mobley. Dom + Bomb creates clothing in a range of sizes between zero and 32, or XS to 5XL, which currently is ...

1

Yoke’s to enter Montana market with acquisition

Yoke’s Foods Inc., the Spokane Valley-based parent company of Yoke’s Fresh Market supermarkets, has agreed to buy two Missoula grocery stores. Caroline Wyatt, vice president of human resources for Yoke’s, confirms the planned acquisition, saying...

Spokane Valley print shop changes hands

Troy and Collette Bise, co-owners of Minuteman Press-Spokane Valley, have acquired Lancer Ltd., a commercial printer, also in Spokane Valley. Minuteman Press-Spokane Valley plans to relocate from its current 2,700-square-foot facility, at 111 N. Vista...

Sign up for our E-mail updates

including the
Morning Edition

Join our list