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  • Avista CEO’s pay fell in 2015

    Scott Morris, Avista’s chairman and chief executive, earned $3.6 million in total compensation last year.


  • Avista explains need for another rate increase

    Wendi Dunlap lives in a house in Hillyard with an old furnace. Last winter, the social worker qualified for energy assistance to help pay her Avista bill. Many Spokane families …


  • Avista’s top executive earns $5.5 million in 2014

    Avista Corp. paid its top executive about $5.5 million in total compensation last year. Scott Morris, chairman and chief executive officer of the Spokane-based utility, earned about 90 percent more …


  • Private meetings between UW, WSU explored ‘co-branding’ medical school in Spokane

    Two private meetings this summer brought top officials from the University of Washington and Washington State University close to a deal on “co-branding” a medical school in Spokane. Yet the …


  • Sale boosts Avista gains

    Avista Corp.’s sale of its energy management subsidiary helped push the utility’s second-quarter earnings past the $100 million mark, officials said Wednesday. Avista reported earnings of $100.9 million, or $1.67 …


  • Avista executive compensation lower

    Pay for Avista Corp.’s top five executives dropped last year as a result of lower stock awards and changing pension values. Scott Morris, chairman and chief executive officer of the …


  • Avista’s profits up 42 percent

    Avista Corp.’s profits shot up 42 percent in 2013, following higher demand for heat and air-conditioning during a year that featured a colder-than-normal winter and a hot summer. The Spokane-based …


  • Innovate will try again to get state funding

    Officials at Innovate Washington say they’ll try to convince legislators next year to resume funding their agency, created in 2011 as the state’s tech-business catalyst. The 2011 Legislature created Innovate …


  • Feeling the wind’s worth

    OAKESDALE, Wash. – Even five years ago, putting up 58 turbines to harvest the wind gusting across the rolling hills of the Palouse in northern Whitman County wouldn’t have made …


  • Ecova main cause of Avista woes, says CFO

    Avista Corp. brass sought to explain Tuesday why company profits are taking an unexpected dip this year, and they placed the blame largely on its non-utility operations, namely energy-services subsidiary …


  • Avista exec compensation grows

    Avista Corp. CEO Scott Morris’ total compensation increased by $250,000 last year, to $3.5 million, due in large part to the company’s improved financial performance, Avista said in a detailed …


  • Avista reports salary, bonus figures

    Avista Corp. Chairman and CEO Scott Morris earned $3.25 million in total compensation last year, the utility reported Wednesday. Morris’ salary was unchanged from 2009, but a bigger bonus and …


  • Avista saw 6 percent gain in profits in 2010

    Avista Corp.’s profits increased by 6 percent last year, a growth in earnings that Chairman and CEO Scott Morris attributed in part to lower power supply costs. The lower costs …


  • Caldwell: Wright’s calming influence refreshing

    Steve Wright was appointed interim administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration Nov. 15, 2000. You could forgive him for not saying thanks. The agency was on the threshold of its …


  • Avista rates on the rise in Washington

    Starting Monday, Avista’s Washington customers will pay about $4.50 extra on their monthly gas and electric bills. The price hike is a result of higher wholesale natural gas costs and …


  • Avista reports executive pay

    Avista Chairman and CEO Scott Morris earned $3 million in total compensation last year, the utility reported Wednesday. Morris has held Avista’s top executive job since Jan. 1, 2008. Compensation …


  • Avista CEO earns $3 million in compensation

    Avista Chairman and CEO Scott Morris earned $3 million in total compensation last year, the utility reported today.


  • Avista CEO earned $2.2 million

    Scott Morris, Avista Corp.’s chairman, president and chief executive officer, earned $2.2 million in total compensation last year, the utility reported Tuesday. Morris was promoted to Avista’s top executive on …

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