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Tuesday, December 11, 2018  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Avista customers will see bills drop about $5

Electricity bills for Avista’s Eastern Washington customers will fall by 7 percent after state regulators eliminated a monthly surcharge that dated to the 2001 West Coast energy crisis.


Avista ending 7 percent monthly surcharge

Avista Corp. plans to drop a monthly surcharge paid by its 232,000 Eastern Washington electric customers that dates to the 2001 West Coast energy crisis. The 7 percent surcharge costs …


Avista offers to drop a surcharge

Avista Corp. plans to drop a monthly surcharge paid by its 232,000 Eastern Washington electric customers that dates to the 2001 West Coast energy crisis.


Avista will distribute Enron settlement funds

A $9 million settlement from Enron Corp. for its role in the 2000-’01 Western energy crisis will help reduce heating costs for Washington households. The settlement includes $463,187 for Avista …


Power restored around Deer Park

Avista Utilities is reporting on its Web site that power has been restored to all customers in north Spokane County and Deer Park.


Avista will distribute Enron settlement funds

A $9 million settlement from Enron Corp. for its role in the 2000-’01 Western energy crisis will help reduce heating costs for Washington households.


Avista pushes climate bill

Avista Corp., which gets half its energy from hydropower dams, has joined other clean-energy providers, retailer Gap Inc. and Colorado resort operator Aspen Skiing Co. to form a new lobbying …


Avista to lead Pullman power grid project

Avista Corp. will lead a $38 million “smart-grid” demonstration project in Pullman that will upgrade the electric distribution system to the city of 27,600 people.


Idaho, Avista trade land

BOISE – Idaho officials agreed Tuesday to a land swap with Avista Corp., trading 120 acres of steeply forested land along Trestle Creek on the east side of Lake Pend …


Idaho approves land swap with Avista

Top Idaho officials enthusiastically agreed Tuesday to a land swap with Avista Corp., trading 120 acres of steeply forested land along Trestle Creek on the east side of Lake Pend …


Region in brief: Avista contributes low-income help

Avista Utilities contributed $200,000 to energy assistance for low-income residents in Washington and Idaho through its Project Share Fund, the corporation announced. The fund, which is managed through SNAP and …


Post Falls boat ramp to close Friday

The Post Falls boat ramp in Q’emiln Park will close for the season on Friday. The ramp on the Spokane River upstream of Avista Utilities’ dam usually closes in mid-November …


Some of the chill coming out of Avista bills

A steady decline in natural-gas prices will mean lower energy bills for Avista Utilities customers in Washington and Idaho. Effective Sunday, Washington residential and small-business customers will see natural gas …


Regulators approve cut in Avista gas rates

State energy regulators today approved Avista Corp. cutting its natural gas rates by more than 25 percent.


Avista reports higher third-quarter earnings

Avista Corp. Wednesday reported improved third-quarter earnings despite sharply lower revenues. The Spokane company earned $8.1 million, or 15 cents a share, based on operating revenues of $314.7 million. During …


Avista earns $8.1 million for quarter

Avista Corp. Wednesday reported improved third-quarter earnings despite sharply lower revenues.


Avista holding public hearings on rate increase

Members of the public will get two chances Wednesday to air their views on Avista Corp.’s request to boost electric and natural gas rates.


Avista cutting natural gas rates

Avista Corp.’s natural gas customers can expect lower bills this winter as a result of dropping wholesale prices.


Some still without power after Sunday storm

Some remain without power Monday afternoon


Avista expects much lower gas rates

Avista Utilities natural gas customers in Idaho and Washington can expect a double-digit price cut when the Spokane utility submits new rate filings to regulators later this month, spokeswoman Debbie …


Avista earnings up in second quarter

Avista Corp. reported improved second quarter income of $25.9 million on Wednesday, compared to $23.5 million in income during the second quarter of 2008.


Avista rewards work well done

Avista Corp.’s rank-and-file workers collected $2.3 million in bonuses last year through a program that rewards employees for meeting company goals. Avista’s 1,400 workers get yearly incentives when they hit …


Adjustments to raise Avista rates in Idaho slightly

A collection of four rate adjustments will have Idaho customers of Avista Utilities paying an average of 1.5 percent more per month for electricity and 1.2 percent more for natural …


Power play: Avista dams relicensed

Five hydropower dams on the Spokane River are entering a new era. Avista Corp. received a new federal license for the dams Thursday that spells out how they will operate …


Avista issued new hydropower license

Avista Corp. has received a new 50-year license for five hydropower dams on the Spokane River.


In brief: All laid-off teachers will be recalled

Spokane Public Schools teachers who received layoff notices in May will be recalled by the end of the month, officials said Tuesday. “It is certainly unfortunate that the law requires …


Lower Avista rate hike proposed in Idaho

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission staff is recommending that Avista Utilities take a smaller rate increase than the Spokane company is requesting.


Downed power line closes SR 195

State Route 195 south of Colfax was shut down for more than an hour Sunday night after a power line fell across the road.


In brief: Avista’s natural gas rate to drop June 1

Washington state regulators have approved a rate decrease for Avista Utilities’ natural gas customers, taking effect June 1. The average bill for a typical residential customer will drop by about …


Avista customers will see rate reduction

State regulators have approved a rate decrease for Avista Utilities’ natural gas customers, taking effect June 1.