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Spokane-area retailers expect strong holiday season

Spokane area residents will spread their money around this season, hitting the malls, patronizing small businesses and shopping online, according to a survey by Washington State University. Five local retailers …


UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 23, 2018, 8:46 p.m.

Black Friday crowds small, but determined, at locations throughout Spokane

Stores were bustling Friday morning but most early bargain hunters said it didn’t seem like the rush was as intense as it had been in past years. With several stores …


New BBQ restaurant coming to downtown

According to permits filed with the city, Austin Live Fire BBQ will open in the renovated block of historic buildings between Washington and Stevens streets, at 421 W. Main.


Downtown businesses have adapted to Hoopfest after decades of practice

Like most major events, Hoopfest owes its silver-plated success to good luck, persistence and the good fortune of following a bona fide example – in its case, Bloomsday – say …


The Dirt

Living Water expanding. Living Water Lawn and Tree Care, which has been in business in Spokane for more than two decades, is adding a larger office at 8227 N. Regal …


Seahawks in Super Bowl would be big score for business

For owners of local businesses selling beer, soft drinks, snacks, pizza, team apparel or high definition TV sets, this year’s Super Bowl might hold a super payoff. If the Seattle …


Downtown Huppin’s building sold

A trio of Spokane business owners has completed the purchase of a historic building in the east downtown area – the former Huppin’s retail store at 421 W. Main Ave. …


Thanks, but no sale: Local retailers won’t be open on holiday

While some consumers are signing Facebook pledges to refuse to shop on Thanksgiving, several Spokane store owners are keeping their doors shut on Nov. 28 to underline the same message: …


Doug Clark: Losing Huppin’s costs downtown part of soul

The news flash stopped me cold Thursday afternoon. Huppin’s TV, Audio, Cameras and More is closing its iconic store in the downtown business core.


Electronics retailer Huppin’s consolidating to north Spokane store

Huppin’s TV, Audio, Cameras and More, one of Spokane’s oldest and best-known retail businesses, will close its downtown store and consolidate its retail operations in the company’s north Spokane location. …


Huppin’s to close downtown Spokane store

Huppin’s, TV Audio Cameras and More, one of downtown Spokane’s best-recognized retail businesses, will close its store at 401 W. Main, consolidating its retail operations at its north Spokane store. …


Huppin’s readies second store for Wednesday opening

When Huppin’s Hi-Fi, Photo & Video opens its new store on North Division Street on Wednesday, the Spokane electronics retailer won’t bother renting one of those super-bright searchlights to call …


Apple store may say as much about Spokane as firm’s success

In 2004 the company that owns River Park Square contacted Apple Inc. and asked the maker of Mac computers and iPods to open a new store in the downtown Spokane …


3-D TV will flesh out viewing experience

One day last summer my lovely wife, Sherry, turned to me and uttered the most shocking words of our then-36 years of marriage. “Why don’t you go down to Huppin’s …


Local businesses turn to Twitter

Large companies like Dell and Starbucks, and hundreds of small businesses, like OneCall in Spokane, have turned to Twitter, the free online message tool that lets people track discussions or …


Business in brief: Canadian retailer buys Sportsman’s Warehouse stores

One of Canada’s larger retailers, UFA Cooperative, has bought Sportsman’s Warehouse outdoor outfitters stores in Coeur d’Alene and Spokane Valley. Stuart Utgaard, CEO of Utah-based Sportsman’s Warehouse, said the company …