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Sun., Aug. 24, 2014

Truck company expands center

Truck-leasing company Husky Idealease has completed a major expansion of its service center at 910 N. Thierman in Spokane Valley.

The company is part of the national Husky Truck network, which has more than 400 locations in the U.S.

The company provides truck rentals, truck leasing, maintenance and emergency breakdown services.

The Spokane Valley site’s expansion brings the company’s useable space to 16,500 square feet.

Added services include on-site diesel-particulate filter cleaning, and truck alignment using the services of nearby business, Gene’s Alignment.

Spokane’s office began operation in 1987. The business now has 11 employees, nine truck bays and a customer waiting area.

Sewing, fabrics store opens

Regal Fabrics and Gifts, a retail fabric and gift store, has opened at 5620 S. Regal, Suite 8, on Spokane’s South Hill.

Owner Irene Fransk said the store will sell quilt fabrics, notions, and custom sewing products and will offer quilting and sewing workshops.

Fransk, a quilter and seamstress for more than 40 years, operated an online sewing business the past seven years.

  

IT firm locates in Liberty Lake

CompuNet, a Northwest-based information technology service provider, will move into a new Spokane area office at 1326 N. Whitman Lane, Liberty Lake.

Based in Grangeville, Idaho, the firm provides a full range of networking and communications support services. The company also recently opened an office in Portland.

Mark Mowrer of Kiemle & Hagood and James Black of NAI Black helped arrange the lease.

Macomber Law expands office

Macomber Law has expanded its office, adding a first floor suite and doubling its office space at 1900 Northwest Blvd. in Coeur d’Alene.

The two-attorney firm opened its Coeur d’Alene office in 2005.



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