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Decolonizing nonprofits

Nonprofit organizations are beginning to look inward when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion, some observers here say. Tara Ramos, owner of Spokane-based Redfox Consulting and a member of the Iñupiat Alaskan Native group, says demand for her ...

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Communities in Schools serves through COVID-19

Once housed in 400 square feet of diminutive office space in downtown Spokane, the nonprofit ...

Retirement expectations, reality often don’t align

Will your retirement dreams match your reality? That’s perhaps the most critical question to ask ...

Foundation here back to granting travel wishes

March 2020 is a month that many will never forget. It was in March of 2020 that the World Health ...

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Engineering Idaho: David Evans & Associates consults on major traffic changes

Established in Portland, Oregon in 1976, the transportation civil engineering consulting ...

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Spokane architect Bob Wills reflects on his 50-year career

Bob Wills is retiring after 30 years alongside firm co-founder Gary Bernardo at the helm of Spokane-based architecture firm Bernardo|Wills Architects PC. Bernardo says planning for the departure of his partner has long been in progress....

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Moses Lake school design promotes project-based learning

Moses Lake, like many central Washington cities, has been growing for decades. The region has been attractive to both the technology and manufacturing industries....

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Johnston Engineering builds on strong 2020

Johnston Engineering PLLC saw its strongest year-over-year growth last year and is on track to meet or exceed that level this year, says owner Andy Johnston....

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‘Pringles’ church roof dubbed feat of engineering

Although Spokane doesn’t have the most recognizable skyline, assistant professor of civil engineering at Gonzaga University Joshua Schultz would argue that the buildings within it are nothing short of spectacular....

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Food shortages test Inland Northwest restaurants

Most mornings, Paul D’Orazi opens emails to find out which foods will be in short supply that day. The “low inventory warning” he received at Incrediburger & Eggs on a recent, late June morning from distributor US Foods contained shredded ...

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