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Banking Numerica Credit Union has hired Toby Flood as internal senior loan officer and Ben Richardson as senior vice president of finance. Flood has 20 years of experience in the financial industry, previously working as a home mortgage consultant for Wells Fargo. Richardson has 18 years of experience in corporate finance and previously worked as senior vice president and director of capital planning for Banner Bank.
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Big Barn Brewing opens on Green Bluff

The Green Bluff area north of Spokane started as place to go to pick fresh fruit, but in recent years it has evolved into much more than that. In addition to fresh fruit you can also buy farm fresh eggs, drink a fresh-brewed ale and have lunch.
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Architecture Architects West has hired Nathan Huestis as a building information modeling technician. Huestis previously worked for MSI Engineers and has more than 20 years of drafting experience.
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Mini golf, craft beer will mix at Flatstick Pub

UPDATED: Sat., July 6, 2019, 11:44 a.m.

The windows are covered and work has begun in earnest on downtown Spokane’s Flatstick Pub, a casual craft beer pub with a nine-hole miniature golf course, according to city permit data.
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Accounting The Spokane chapter of the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants has elected its 2019 board of directors. The new members are directors Iveth Canales Kuhn, Phuong Walters and Jim Livingston.
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Garland Resale Boutique opening Friday in downtown Spokane

Garland Resale Boutique is opening today in downtown Spokane following months of work to repair damage from a fire earlier this year. The boutique was set to open in March at 11 S. Howard St. in the historic Symons Building, but the opening was delayed because of the fire that caused more than half million dollars in damage to inventory, boutique owner Ashley Brownlee said.
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UPDATED: Mon., June 24, 2019, 12:36 p.m.

Banking Wells Fargo has named Don Stafford head of Wells Fargo Commercial Banking for the Inland Northwest. Integrating operations for Idaho, Eastern Oregon and central and Eastern Washington, the role stems from the bank’s new regional structure. Stafford has 16 years of experience in financial services, previously working as regional vice president for the middle market banking segment.
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Education The Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation board has announced new members and executive leadership. Todd Woodard, director of marketing and public affairs for Spokane International Airport, has been elected president of the board. Steve Trabun, regional business manager at Avista Corp., has been elected vice president. Sean Hoagland, director of compensation and benefits at Potlatch Corp., has been elected board treasurer and vice president, financial adviser Kathy Pearson, corporate retirement director at Morgan Stanley, has been elected board secretary. New board members include Erik Larson, supervisor of the state Department of Children, Youth and Families; Jacob Parks, COO and partner of Profitable Ideas Exchange; and Gail Stevenson former executive director of the CCS Foundation.
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Week Ahead

Conventions 2019 DeLorean Expo – DeLorean Owners Association, today, Riverfront Park, 300 attendees.
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Education WSU Health Sciences Spokane has hired Kim Papich as its director of communications and public affairs. Papich has 20 years of experience in communications and marketing, previously working as the public information officer at Spokane Regional Health District.