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Pandemic projects: Deck reconstruction uncovers special memory

For 46 years, the flat stone lay hidden beneath the deck.Over time, the floorboards of the deck grew creaky, their color fading beneath countless steps and the heat of the afternoon sun. But the sentiment etched on the stone hasn’t faded.

Dems keep focus on public lands despite GOP legislative win

BILLINGS — Democrats seeking to pick up U.S. Senate seats in Montana and Colorado are falling back on a party playbook now familiar for the U.S. West: Paint their opponents as a threat to the public lands the two sprawling Rocky Mountain states are known for.

Pipeline installed at water plant in Washington state

A pipeline was installed at the Water Treatment Plant in the Washington state city of Anacortes, which is investing $13 million into upgrades at the facility to provide better backup and storage capacity, officials said.

Pending home sales cool in September, down 2.2%

The pending sales of existing homes fell 2.2% in September, the National Association of Realtors said Thursday, the first monthly contraction of that figure in four months.

American Institute of Architects Spokane announces 2020 design award winners

In an Oct. 23 Facebook Live virtual event, AIA’s Spokane chapter honored five architecture firms for projects designed over a two-year period across four categories: built architecture over $5 million, built architecture under $5 million, renovation architecture and unbuilt designs.