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Former Eagles Temple downtown to offer 21 residences, retail

Susannah Stoltz, the building’s owner and developer, said many historic elements will be preserved as she renovates its interior to include “premium spaces.”


30 years running, Pizza Pipeline focuses on its local roots

On Monday, local chain Pizza Pipeline marks its 30th anniversary, and the dream has changed with age.


Downtown office building near county government campus purchased

The Monroe Court building, 901 N. Monroe St., has been sold to an unidentified buyer.


Twelve-cottage development underway in Shiloh Hills neighborhood

A block of 12 cottages is being developed in the Shiloh Hills neighborhood in northeast Spokane.


Former Eagles Temple downtown to offer 21 residences, retail

Susannah Stoltz, the building’s owner and developer, said many historic elements will be preserved as she renovates its interior to include “premium spaces.”


Nearing century mark, Kirishian embraces change

Kirishian LLC., parent company to long-time Spokane import rug business, started the countdown to its 98th birthday in May with the acquisition of a home décor cleaning company while simultaneously …


Fairfield Inn & Suites opening this week in Spokane Valley

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott is to open a new location Thursday in Spokane Valley. The hotel at 8923 E. Mission Ave. features the chain’s new decor pallete with …


Front & Center: For Northeast Washington Fair manager, it’s a year-round job

Northeast Washington Fair manager Lori Matlock keeps the fairgrounds open year-round for everything from New Year’s Eve celebrations and Easter egg hunts to weddings and class reunions.


BBB Tip of the Week: Protect yourself during live sports season

The live sports season is upon us with our favorite college, NFL and local teams beginning seasons. Better Business Bureau Northwest and Pacific is offering some tips to make sure …


UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 15, 2018, 9:21 a.m.

Business Beat

Greater Spokane Incorporated has announced four new hires. Dale Damron has been hired as vice president-finance and administration. Dalton Burnett has been named investor relations and database coordinator. Kayla Schroetlin …


UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 10, 2018, 5:50 p.m.

Etailz plans Tuesday hiring fair

Etailz Inc. is hosting a hiring fair from 4-6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Spokane Valley, 2818 N Sullivan Rd, Suite 130.


Vista Outdoor reports $52.3 million first-quarter loss

Vista Outdoor lost $52.3 million during the three-month period that ended July 1, according to an earnings report released Thursday.



Two friends open Gypsy Chicks thrift store in Chattaroy

Two longtime collectors cleaned out their guest rooms and garages to open the Gypsy Chicks Thrift Boutique in Chattaroy at the end of July.


UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 8, 2018, 8:13 p.m.

Etailz moves to new quarters in Spokane Valley

Etailz Inc. has moved into new office space in the former Itron building in Spokane Valley’s business and industrial park.


Key Tronic reports flat income for its 4Q

Spokane Valley-based Key Tronic Corp. reported flat net income of $1.3 million during the company’s fourth quarter, which ended June 30.


Front & Center: A third-generation pilot, Keaton Mitchell chose the hot seat

Keaton Mitchell flies a $3 million turboprop Fire Boss air tanker for Minnesota-based Dauntless Air, which contracts with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources to assist in fighting wildfires.


The Dirt

A parking structure is being built behind a historic building on East Sprague Avenue, according to permits issued by the city.


Business Beat

Accounting The Spokane Chapter of the Washington State Society of CPAs has elected its new board of directors. They are: Lisa Cushman, chair; Kate Casbon, vice chair/treasurer; Amanda Kelly, secretary; …


BBB Tip of the Week: Postcards from senior supplemental referral service mislead

Better Business Bureau is alerting consumers nationwide of misleading mailings from the insurance referral company,


Front & Center: Artist David Fitzgerald brings life to works in metal medium

David Fitzgerald was running the family sawmill operation by 14 and helping neighbors build their homes, but then the artist in him side took hold.


BBB Tip of the Week: Area nominations sought for annual Torch Awards

The BBB Torch Awards program honors companies and charities who demonstrate a high level of integrity and ensure that the organization’s practices meet the highest standards of ethics.


Week Ahead

Conventions Steubenville Northwest - Spiritus Ministries Northwest, through Tuesday, Spokane Convention Center, 1,250 attendees.


Business Beat

Education Washington State University has named Matt Zimmerman its registrar. Zimmerman started at WSU in 2008 and has served as veterans coordinator, assistant registrar and associate registrar. He has served …


Spokane Valley U-Haul location plans $4.5 million renovation

U-Haul Moving & Storage of U-City is planning a $4.5 million renovation to its facility near Sprague Avenue and University Road in Spokane Valley.


MultiCare Indigo urgent care coming in north Spokane

Construction has begun on an urgent care clinic near the intersection of U.S. Highway 2 and Holland Avenue in north Spokane, according to city permit data.


Global Credit Union plans retail development, more parking

Global Credit Union has demolished a drive-thru coffee stand at the intersection of Walnut Street and Fourth Avenue to make way for a three-unit retail building and new parking lot, …


Gonzaga grads provide app solution for a dinnertime problem as old as time

It is a problem we have all faced before … what do you want to eat tonight? Three Gonzaga graduates may have found an answer to this stomach-growling problem.


UPDATED: Fri., July 27, 2018, 1:20 p.m.

Global Credit Union plans retail development at Walnut and Fourth

Global Credit Union has demolished a drive-through coffee stand at the intersection of Walnut Street and Fourth Avenue to make way for a three-unit retail building and new parking lot, …


Business Beat for Dec. 31

Construction Jeff Jurgensen has been promoted to senior associate for OAC. He has been with OAC since 2006, when he helped found the Spokane office. Jurgensen is currently leading the …