Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

SCC takes it up a degree with first four-year program

Demand for respiratory therapists is growing alongside that discipline’s increased educational requirements, soon to be packaged into Spokane Community College’s first four-year degree program. Starting next fall, SCC will offer its new bachelor of a...

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Continuing a volunteer legacy

Early last month, Spokane-based ophthalmologist Dr. Jonathan Haymore returned from his second annual...

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EWU, St. Luke’s partner to start outpatient physical, occupational therapy clinic

Eastern Washington University is partnering with St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute in a new phys...

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Spokane Urology at forefront of kidney cancer treatment

With offices on the lower South Hill and North Spokane, urologists at Spokane Urology are blowing aw...

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Deer Park’s loyal Knights

The Deer Park business community has high financial hopes for its new business park and industrial c...

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Pioneering a new building system

A new fitness gym under construction at 711 N. Helena is the first project to be erected here using load-bearing cross-laminated timber wall panels, claims Mike Bradley, a project manager for Spokane contractor Beacon Builders LLC. The panels are being e...

JC Wright Lighting owner plans building east of downtown Spokane

The owner of a Spokane lighting sales company plans to develop a $1.3 million, 10,800-square-foot office building east of downtown. Doug Wright, owner JC of Wright Lighting Sales Inc., says he hopes construction will start in May on the two-story JC Wrig...

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Garco to start work soon on $4 million Trinity Catholic School job

Spokane-based Garco Construction Inc. soon will start construction on a new building for Trinity Catholic School, in northwest Spokane. The private school, now at 1306 W. Montgomery, will move to a nearby site on what is now the school’s current playgr...

Second hotel eyed at Riverstone in Coeur d’Alene

Staybridge Suites, a hotel brand that would be new to Idaho, is proposing construction of a $9 million, 96-unit hotel in the Riverstone development northwest of downtown Coeur d’Alene, preliminary planning documents under review by the city of Coeur d...

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MAKE Architecture aims for steady, nimble growth

Evan Verduin, owner and principal of Spokane-based MAKE Architecture LLC, says his firm is preparing for additional growth as the community moves into a busy period of design and development. “Spokane is usually a bit behind larger cities in terms of ...

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