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  • Spokane distributor of construction materials opens 20th location, in Reno

    A Spokane-based distributor of construction materials opened its 20th location, in Reno, Nevada.


  • Most recent Playfair sale compounds city’s losses

    The legacy of Playfair Race Course is on display at the commercial park that took its place, as blue steel silhouettes of horse and jockey appear to race across the …


  • Trade deals in state stall as Export-Import Bank charter expires

    Some $3.8 million in trade deals in Washington state were put on hold when Congress failed to renew the federal Export-Import Bank’s charter by Tuesday’s deadline, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell …


  • McMorris Rodgers: Export-Import Bank needs reform

    The Export-Import Bank must institute serious reforms to protect taxpayers before Congress reauthorizes it this year, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers said Tuesday. The bank, which provides funds for the purchase …


  • Playfair Commerce Park evolves from racetrack roots

    The only monuments to Playfair Commerce Park’s past are two stone slabs topped by metal silhouettes of horses, their crouched riders guiding them toward the finish line. The business park …


  • Anthony’s bid highest

    The company that owns Anthony’s restaurant in downtown Spokane has submitted the highest bid to buy the city-owned building the restaurant occupies overlooking Spokane Falls. But some Spokane City Council …


  • Senator seeks support for bank extension

    Washington Sen. Maria Cantwell came to Spokane Wednesday to urge support for the Export-Import Bank, a federal agency that provides loan guarantees to foreign buyers of American-made products. The Ex-Im …


  • YWCA’s riverfront land sold for $3.2 million

    Spokane’s YWCA finally has sold its prime riverfront campus. The property, which overlooks the North Channel of the Spokane River, sold Dec. 9 for $3.2 million to The Falls, said …


  • YWCA sells riverfront building for $3.2 million

    The deal completes six years of work by the YMCA and YWCA to sell their former downtown properties to raise money for joint campus on North Monroe Street.


  • SCAFCO banking on Playfair site

    The country is in the midst of a significant recession, but that’s not stopping Larry Stone from making a significant investment in his grain storage and steel stud manufacturing company, …


  • SCAFCO gets go-ahead to buy Playfair land

    The country is in the midst of a significant recession, but that’s not stopping Larry Stone from making a significant investment in his grain storage and steel stud manufacturing company, …


  • City may sell Playfair property at loss

    The city’s gamble on the former horse track it bought in 2004 is poised to become a short-term loser. But in the long run, city officials say, selling the track …

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