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2020 Icons: Larry Brown

2020 Icons: Larry Brown

Spokane restaurateur Larry Brown, 75, got his entrepreneurial start early in life.…

2020 Icons: Phil Kuharski

2020 Icons: Phil Kuharski

Phil Kuharski, the former Fidelity Mutual Savings Bank executive long known as the leading economic …

2020 Icons: Pam Senske

2020 Icons: Pam Senske

Though founded by a man in the predominantly male world of manufacturing, West Plains packaging…

2020 Icons: John Stone

2020 Icons: John Stone

Now on his third attempt at retirement, longtime real estate developer John Stone says he has no…

2020 Icons: Tom Tiffany

2020 Icons: Tom Tiffany

People who know Tom Tiffany describe him as a science enthusiast with a knack for strategizing, traits that served him well in his career in the medical laboratory industry.“I was always enamored with the sciences,” he says.…

Q&A with Cindy Vanhoff of Reclaimed Spaces

Q&A with Cindy Vanhoff of Reclaimed Spaces

Trees are budding just as many in the Spokane area are holing up at home due to coronavirus concerns. If there was any time for spring cleaning and organizing, it’s now. For those overwhelmed by the clutter, Cindy Vanhoff offers support and solutions…

Restaurants & Retail: How business owners are managing

Restaurants & Retail: How business owners are managing

Brad & Mari BorkScratch Restaurant & Rain Lounge1007 W. 1st Ave, Spokane There are no sectors of society that will remain unaffected by this pandemic.…

New rules for noncompete agreements take effect

New rules for noncompete agreements take effect

Many business owners are either unaware of a new state law regarding noncompete agreements or are unaware of the scope of the law that went into effect Jan. 1, says Stephen Bergman, of Cooney Law Offices PS, of Spokane.…