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Offsite construction helps scale up housing projects

While many questions about the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic remain unclear, at least one thing is certain: its impact on the housing market has thrown an already-critical housing shortage into even sharper focus. Prior to the pandemic, a U....

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Young workers in Spokane hit hardest by job losses

With seven months of employment data in the books since the spread of COVID-19 to the U.S., a somewhat clearer picture of the region’s jobs scene has emerged....

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Spokane Community College offers Running Start For Careers

Spokane Community College has launched a program aimed at placing high school students on a path to a career in the trades and providing another workforce pipeline for local employers....

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Economic volatility influences donor behaviors

In a year fraught with economic turmoil stemming from a pandemic, Inland Northwest nonprofits say they've seen donor behaviors change in response to both their own economic uncertainty and the uncertainty nonprofits are experiencing....

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Mainstream Electric starts new nonprofit venture

Some businesses might struggle with an encore after earning mention in publications like the international daily business newspaper Financial Times and American business periodical Inc. magazine’s Inc. 5000 list as one of the fastest growing companies...

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YWCA Spokane launches One Mission campaign

YWCA Spokane launched its One Mission Campaign in September with the goal of raising $275,000 to support services that provide resources to survivors of domestic violence....

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Reimagining community investment in the INW

There is a tsunami coming. Before we cause needless alarm, this is not yet another unexpected emergency, but a demographic tidal wave that we have known about for some time....

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A surgical approach to medical school design

A behind-the-scenes look at the mechanical and engineering systems of the planned new medical school in Spokane shows the nerve center of the building promises to be as intricate as the human physiology that will be studied within its walls. ...

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Contract Design Associates to exceed projections

Though a good majority of customers for the office furniture supply company Contract Design Associates are uncertain about the status of future workplaces, what is for sure is that many are still buying from the retailer....

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Interior Gardens’ new owners bring life to commercial spaces

Kevin King had experience in owning a business. Jennifer King had gardened extensively. But the husband-wife team says scaling up their talents to the commercial level has been a rewarding challenge since acquiring Interior Gardens LLC....

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