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  • Here’s the Dirt: Food bank plans move

    The Medical Lake Food Bank, finding its space cramped and demand for food increasing, will move to a new building this summer.

  • Here’s the Dirt: Bank of America closing North Monroe branch

    Bank of America in May will close its branch at 804 N. Monroe St. near downtown Spokane, the company announced. It plans to move that branch’s workers to other positions …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Seniors project to break ground

    Spokane Housing Ventures plans to break ground this spring on 60 apartments as part of its Clare View Seniors project, at 3146 E. 44th Ave. on Spokane’s upper South Hill.

  • Here’s the Dirt: Love crepes? This is for you

    Judie and Ryan Sowards are leasing a downtown Spokane storefront for a new Euro-styled creperie called Beignets, in the Crescent Building.

  • Here’s the Dirt: Weight Watchers opens stores

    Weight Watchers has opened storefronts in north Spokane and Spokane Valley where members can meet and weigh in, and where the company sells diet foods and weight-loss tools.

  • Here’s the Dirt: WSU upgrades historic halls

    Washington State University is completely renovating two residence halls at the Pullman campus dating to the 1920s, with the work to be done before fall semester.

  • Here’s the Dirt: Ciao Mambo makes changes

    Ciao Mambo makes changes The closure of the Ciao Mambo restaurant in Hayden earlier this month has at least one upside: The company will use the savings and add a …

  • Here’s The Dirt: South Hill Cottages rented

    Fourteen of the 24 planned South Hill Spokane Cottages have been rented. Work on the remaining 10 will continue through mid-2012, said owner and developer Konstantin “Kosta” Vasilenko.

  • Here’s the Dirt: Oral surgery center back in business

    The Northwest Center for Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, a longtime Spokane Valley surgery group, has returned to full operation after a fire destroyed its offices.

  • Here’s The Dirt: Wineries form Marketplace Wine Bar

    Wineries form Marketplace Wine Bar Two area wineries have joined together and opened the Marketplace Wine Bar at 32 W. Second Ave. in downtown Spokane.

  • Here’s the Dirt: Liberty Mutual to relocate to Liberty Lake

    About 800 Liberty Mutual workers in Spokane will move into remodeled space at the former Agilent Technologies building in Liberty Lake next year. A company spokesman said the relocation will …

  • Here’s The Dirt: Quilting Bee sold

    Jackie and Jamie Wolff, who started popular retail shop The Quilting Bee 27 years ago, have sold the business to Treasure and Scot Auble.

  • Work under way on Enduris Washington’s new home

    The first phase of work on the new Enduris Washington building is under way near Airway Heights. The 25,000-square-foot office building, at 1610 S. Technology Blvd., will cost about $4 …

  • Project takes off

    The dirt is flying at Spokane International Airport. Graders are preparing the ground for the 300,000 cubic yards of pavement and sub-surface that will raise the northeast end of the …

  • SFCC dedicates music facility

    Spokane Falls Community College on Wednesday dedicated a $14.9 million Music Building that wraps new state-of-the-art studios and laboratories around a 40-year-old auditorium, and band and choir rooms. The now …

  • Owens Auction Gallery moves

    Owens Auction Gallery needs more space, owner Jeff Owens said. The company is relocating from the Spokane Valley to the former Dollar Store building at 3204 E. 17th Ave., on …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Williams Seafood makes a big move

    Williams Seafood soon will be fishing in a bigger pond. Owner Mike Offield said the 30-year-old business will move from its longtime location at 10627 E. Sprague Ave. to 2116 …

  • STCU home office getting a makeover

    Big changes are under way at Spokane Teachers Credit Union, but its 94,000 members aren’t likely to notice. STCU has begun a major remodel of its headquarters in Liberty Lake. …

  • Idaho to get Hospice House

    Idaho’s first residential Hospice House should be ready for occupancy in July, Hospice of North Idaho Executive Director Paul Weil said Thursday. When ready, the 14,000-square-foot facility at 2212 W. …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Deaconess renovates for Rockwood staff

    Top-to-bottom modernization and build-out projects worth about $7 million are under way at Deaconess Medical Center as the South Hill complex readies more space for Rockwood Clinic doctors and staff. …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Business that recycles appliances has new home

    Ron Hand has moved his Appliance Recycling and Wholesale business to this much larger warehouse at 3405 E. Sprague Ave. Hand has been in business for more than 20 years …

  • Here’s the Dirt: New lodge at Girl Scouts camp

    Construction of a $1.2 million lodge at Camp Four Echoes, south of Coeur d’Alene, has begun. Pam Lund, chief executive officer of Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, …

  • ‘One-stop’ general store offers eco-friendly goods

    Sun People Dry Goods Co. opened recently in a historic warehouse on the east end of downtown Spokane. “It’s a green-living general store,” said principal owner and manager Juliet Sinisterra. …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Chef in the Forest returns

    An electrical fire one year ago destroyed Hauser’s Chef in the Forest restaurant. It’s taken nearly 12 months to put the pieces back together. Owners Debbie Mustered and her mother, …

  • South Hill diner an Ed-ifying bar, food joint

    Two owners of popular Spokane hangouts are working together to build a new South Hill neighborhood bar and food joint. Dale Kleist, owner of downtown Spokane’s Fast Eddie’s, and Mark …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Peone Prairie home for congregation

    For the past 10 years the congregation of Christ Church of Mt. Spokane has met at Colbert Elementary School. Within months they plan to move into their own church, a …

  • Arc of Spokane consolidating in former Inland Power site

    Arc of Spokane will consolidate its programs for the developmentally disabled next spring into the former Inland Power and Light Co. building at 320 E. Second Ave. Executive Director Greg …

  • Reconstruction updates mansion for modern use

    With a month of work left to do, the owners of the Arbor Crest Cliff House say the Spokane Valley landmark has been largely rebuilt inside but still retains the …

  • Here’s the Dirt: Green design earns LEED silver

    NAC Architecture’s self-designed expansion in downtown Spokane has received a LEED silver certification for environment-friendly features like natural lighting and minimization of water use. The $2.5 million, 10,000-square-foot addition at …

  • Nordstrom Rack opens at Valley Mall next week

    The Nordstrom Rack, relocated and redesigned, will open Thursday at 9 a.m. in its new location at Spokane Valley Mall. It’s filling the 30,000-square-foot space vacated when Linens ’N Things …



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