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UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 3, 2019

Bee You Organics opens store in Perry District

Home remedies for scars lead to Spokane businesswoman’s organic skin care line, store


Coeur d’Alene Casino names Laura Stensgar as acting director

The Coeur d’Alene Tribe has named Laura Stensgar as acting director of the Coeur d’Alene Casino following Francis SiJohn’s resignation as CEO last week.


New construction values exceed $1 billion in Spokane County for 2019

New-construction permit values in Spokane County totaled more than $1 billion over the past year, marking the first time that dollar amount was exceeded since 2008.


UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 30, 2019

Possible trademark infringement forces Scofflaws Book Club owner to change new bar’s name

The 2-week-old downtown Spokane business will change its name to Riverside Book Club after hearing from two other Scofflaw-named drinking establishments.


The Dirt: Demolition set for buildings at Normandie complex site

The 5-acre industrial site at 127 W. Mission Ave. was used for more than a century as the maintenance facility for the city’s vehicle fleet but was sold for $2.7 …


Business Beat

Banking Spokane Teachers Credit Union has hired Marty Dickinson as chief marketing officer. She previously worked for Skye Strategies. Dickinson is a member of the Spokane Public Facilities Board, the …


Tom Kelly: Investing in real estate abroad? Take a look at your IRA

If you think property in Spain, Ireland or another foreign country is an absolute bargain yet you have no money to purchase a property there, do your research and then …


Clarke Stephens Golf Shop closing after 45 years of operation

Clarke Stephens Golf Shop, a longtime family-owned business known in the region for building, selling and repairing golf clubs, is closing by the end of the year after 45 years …


Demolition set for buildings at Normandie complex site

The 5-acre industrial site at 127 W. Mission Ave. was used for more than a century as the maintenance facility for the city’s vehicle fleet but was sold for $2.7 …


Northwest Specialty Hospital in Post Falls completes $4.5 million addition

Northwest Specialty Hospital in Post Falls has completed a $4.5 million addition to its medical facility that includes an endoscopy center and two additional operating rooms. The 15,000-square-foot addition at …


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 27, 2019

Mongolian BBQ building new restaurant in Airway Heights

The Mongolian BBQ is building a new restaurant in Airway Heights, according to plans filed with the city.


UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 26, 2019

West Plains development board extends agreement for electric car plant

Local public development authority officials have extended the timeline for an agreement with California-based Mullen Technologies to build a manufacturing facility for high-end electric sports cars on the West Plains.


Johnson’s Custom Jewelry fills space vacated by Dodson’s

But the legacy of jewelry sales at its former Dodson’s Jewelers in downtown Spokane lives on through Johnson’s Custom Jewelry, which opened last week at 516 W. Riverside Ave.


UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 24, 2019

Spokane County unemployment rate increases slightly in August to 5.6%

Spokane County’s unemployment rate increased slightly to 5.6% in August over the prior month, spurred mostly by a continued seasonal decline in education jobs.


The Dirt: Thomas Hammer to open South Hill location near Washington Trust branch

Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters is opening a cafe on Spokane’s South Hill, continuing a partnership with Washington Trust Bank, according to permits issued by the city.


Business Beat

Construction Land development firm Verdis in Coeur d’Alene has hired Jason Mazzuca and Robbie Dietrich as construction superintendents. Mazzuca is a licensed journeyman plumber with 20 years of experience in …


Gamer’s Haven owners preparing space near Kendall Yards to include bar, restaurant

The Gamer’s Haven, a tabletop gaming store, is relocating to Spokane’s West Central neighborhood and opening a bar and restaurant, according to permits issued by the city.


Thomas Hammer to open South Hill location near Washington Trust branch

Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters is opening a cafe on Spokane’s South Hill, continuing a partnership with Washington Trust Bank, according to permits issued by the city. The new location, 3173 …


Revival Tea Company opening brick-and-mortar store in downtown Spokane

Revival Tea Company is expanding its online tea business into a brick-and-mortar store in downtown Spokane.


The Dirt: Work to prepare Ridpath Hotel condos continues

The 12th and 13th floors of the building have long been considered for privately owned condos, but only recently did permits get issued for the 12th floor, which will have …


UPDATED: Sat., Sept. 14, 2019

Work to prepare Ridpath Hotel condos continues

The 12th and 13th floors of the building have long been considered for privately owned condos, but only recently did permits get issued for the 12th floor, which will have …


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 13, 2019

Small duplex development coming to East Central neighborhood

The $250,000 project at 1924 E. First Ave. will bring two, two-bedroom units to Spokane’s East Central neighborhood, replacing a home that was demolished in 2010.


McDonald’s in Spokane Valley undergoing renovations

A McDonald’s restaurant in Spokane Valley is undergoing renovations to add a new order counter, menu boards and dining-area decor.


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 13, 2019

$12 million apartment complex planned for Spokane Valley

Broadway Orchards LLC has filed plans with the city of Spokane Valley to build a more than $12 million apartment complex.


Retail development planned for Airway Heights

A new retail development could be coming to Airway Heights that could include a dental office, shopping center and restaurant.


YWCA Spokane 2019 Women of Achievement honors Numerica CEO with business and industry award

Numerica Credit Union CEO Carla Cicero decided when she was 22 years old that she was going to be a CEO before she was 35. Her drive and determination allowed …


Business Beat

Banking First Interstate Bank has named Jerry Lyon president of its North Idaho market. Formerly president and chief operating officer of Community 1st Bank, Lyon was key to integrating Community …


100-space parking lot planned near Windsor Plaza

A half-million-dollar parking lot is being built between the Sunset Highway and U.S Highway 2 on the west end of Spokane, according to permits issued by the city. The parking …


UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 3, 2019

Owner of Post Falls-based politically themed restaurants to open The Pentagon in Liberty Lake

Raci Erdem, owner of The White House Grill and The Oval Office Bistro & Martini Bar in Post Falls, is opening a new political-themed restaurant in Liberty Lake.


The Dirt: Apartment complex proposed along Doomsday Hill

A 16-unit apartment complex may be built in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood at the top of Doomsday Hill, according to documents filed with the city.