Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

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Brookdale Nine Mile dedicated to dementia residents

Josephine Dawson, executive director of Brookdale Nine Mile, an Alzheimer’s and dementia care facility in northwest Spokane, says her passion for her job stems from early experiences as a retirement home volunteer. Dawson, 49, started volunteering as a...

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A home for HOPE

First launched in 2004, the Spokane Hearing Oral Program of Excellence (HOPE) has relocated to larger quarters at 502 E. Fifth, moving from shared space in the University District east of downtown Spokane. The nonprofit, which offers early intervention ...

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Heart attack prevention clinic treats its own growing pains

The Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center, of Spokane, is recovering from some growing pains. The center, which is the flagship clinic of Bale/Doneen Method of heart attack prevention, recently expanded, adding a part-time provider and nearly doubling ...

Incyte Diagnostic to acquire Oregon pathology group

Spokane Valley-based Incyte Diagnostics has agreed to acquire Pendleton, Ore.-based Blue Mountain Pathology, says Incyte CEO Tom Rehwald. The two pathology practices signed a letter of intent to combine in early August, and Incyte is aiming for a Jan. 1 ...

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Premier Clinical Research expands ‘overnight’

Spokane-based independent pharmaceutical research company Premier Clinical Research LLC has expanded its facility to include an overnight living space, which will enhance its study capabilities here, says Jill Ciccarello, Premier’s director of research....

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Nonprofits to collaborate on patient lodging project in Cd’A

Community Cancer Fund, Kootenai Health, and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest are collaborating to develop and operate lodging for adult and pediatric patients receiving medical treatment at Kootenai Health, says Jerid Keefer, Commun...

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Trauma Counseling Center looks to build reputation

After a more than 20-year career serving in the U.S. Air Force, Roger Yoder had a goal of starting his own counseling service that specializes in helping victims of trauma. He opened his practice in July 2016 under the name Executive Counseling Services,...

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Spokane Valley’s centerpiece

Government offices of the city of Spokane Valley will move into the new City Hall building in the former University City mall site by the end of next month, says Carolbelle Branch, a city spokeswoman. Branch says city officials are hopeful the new home f...

School district acquires parcel near Libby Center

Spokane Public Schools has bought a nearly 2-acre parcel of land at 2904 E. Sprague, where the district plans eventually to expand student-education and staff-training programs based at the nearby Libby Center, says Mark Anderson, the district’s associa...

Lanzce Douglass proposes RV park in Liberty Lake

Prominent Spokane developer Lanzce Douglass has applied to the city of Liberty Lake for permission to develop a 120-space recreational-vehicle park on 12 acres of land just south of Interstate 90. If the project moves forward, it would be the second RV pa...

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