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Office Hours archive for Jan. 1, 2010

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MONDAY, AUG. 2, 2010

FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010


Sawtooth Grill not ready to reopen, yet 

The blog post on Thursday, about the raft of new restaurants hereabouts, noted we weren't sure then what the owner of the Sawtooth Grill would do, following closing down on Saturday.Late in the day we got a call from owner Jim Simonson, who lives in...

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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010



Foreclosure rate low, but accelerating

The foreclosure rate in Spokane County ranked among the lowest in the United States during the first half of 2010, but the rate of increase between January and June was also among the nation's highest.Among 206 metropolitan areas surveyed by RealtyTrak, Spokane ranked 177th, with...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 2010


TUESDAY, JULY 27, 2010

Sterling narrows losses

Sterling Financial Corp. today reported a second-quarter loss of $58.2 million, including a $70.8 million allowance for credit losses.A year ago, the Spokane bank reported a net loss of $33.9 million after a $79.7 million allowance for credit losses. Per share, the 2010 quarter loss...

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MONDAY, JULY 26, 2010




Small explosion idles mill temporarily

A small explosion in a furnace temporarily shut down the Kaiser Aluminum Corp. Trentwood rolling mill Saturday.No one was injured by the blast in one of several casting areas that was undergoing routine maintenance, said company spokesman Dave Quast.Operations in other areas of the vast...

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FRIDAY, JULY 23, 2010

Big wheat yields due to cool, wet spring

All that rain and cool weather in the spring made for ideal growing conditions for dryland wheat farmers across the region, and growers anticipate big yields as they begin their summer harvests. Yields of Washington winter wheat are predicted this year to reach about 65...

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THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2010

Coming up Friday in Here's the Dirt

We'll profile Pine Springs Farm, going up about 10 minutes south of Interstate 90 along Highway 27. The Wolff Company wants its apartment complex to feel more rural than your average suburban housing development.Also, work will wrap up by summer’s end on the first piece...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 2010

Ambassadors reports drop in travelers, profits

Spokane-based educational travel company Ambassadors Group Inc. posted lower earnings in the second quarter as it arranged travel for fewer people.The company today reported earning $15.2 million in April, May and June, or 78 cents per share. That's down from $19.2 million, or 99 cents...

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Hospital, cardiology practices to combine

Providence Health Care and two Spokane-based cardiology groups today announced they will merge this fall to create a national center that could become a destination for patients seeking state-of-the-art heart care.Providence Chief Executive Dr. Andy Agwunobi said Spokane Cardiology and Heart Clinics Northwest, consolidated as...

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Former hospital CEO to manage airport

Spokane International Airport directors today nominated former Providence Health Care chief executive Ryland "Skip" Davis to be interim manager.If approved by the Spokane City Council and County Commissioners, he would replace Neal Sealock, who is retiring after five years in the position to pursue a...

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Group sues Gregoire over climate order

A conservative think tank and a handful of Washington residents are suing Gov. Chris Gregoire over a 2009 executive order aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, according to the Associated Press.The Evergreen Freedom Foundation and six residents from around the state filed the lawsuit today...

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Good news for those with a lot of dough in the bank

You won't have to stash your cash in as many different banks now. The financial overhaul bill President Obama signed today permanently raises the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s deposit insurance to $250,000 per depositor.The insurance had been temporarily raised from $100,000 to $250,000 on Oct....

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