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Parting Thoughts with Mad Man Ed Clark

Parting Thoughts with Mad Man Ed Clark

Ed Clark is a lifelong Spokane resident who has spent the last 50 years in advertising,…

Empire Airlines parent acquires California-based West Air

Empire Airlines parent acquires California-based West Air

Empire Holdings Inc., the Hayden-based parent company of Empire Airlines, has acquired a …

Goodwill to expand its presence east of downtown Spokane

Goodwill to expand its presence east of downtown Spokane

Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest has signed a lease to occupy the former Rockwood …

Luxury townhome development planned in Coeur d’Alene

Luxury townhome development planned in Coeur d’Alene

Real estate investment company Measom Holdings LLC is developing five high-end townhomes worth …

Diversity takes back seat to solving trucker shortages

Diversity takes back seat to solving trucker shortages

Across the country, alarms are sounding the need for more truck drivers as the pandemic has created an increased demand for shipping.Although some trucking industry associations have decided to include diversity as a recruitment and retention strategy, …

Mixed-use development eyed at old Idaho Veneer site

Mixed-use development eyed at old Idaho Veneer site

A development of over 120 residential living units is planned on the grounds of the former Idaho Veneer Co. mill site. The $20.5 million project, named Millworx, is located at 704 E. Fourth and is being developed by longtime Spokane developer A&A …

Spokane International Airport moves forward with TREX terminal expansion project

Spokane International Airport moves forward with TREX terminal expansion project

Plans are progressing at the Spokane International Airport on an upgrade and expansion to one of the airport’s terminals, as well as construction of a warehouse near the airport.…

Fire department plans new boathouse at north end of Lake Coeur d’Alene

Fire department plans new boathouse at north end of Lake Coeur d’Alene

The Coeur d’Alene Fire Department is building a boathouse for its fire boat at the foot of Tubbs Hill.Fire Chief Kenny Gabriel says the project will cost about $450,000.…