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Business Beat

Banking Numerica Credit Union has hired Toby Flood as internal senior loan officer and Ben Richardson as senior vice president of finance. Flood has 20 years of experience in the …


Big Barn Brewing opens on Green Bluff

The Green Bluff area north of Spokane started as place to go to pick fresh fruit, but in recent years it has evolved into much more than that. In addition …


Front & Center: Picker’s creations show heavy metal in new light

Since launching his Lincoln Build Works a decade ago, Cody Rodenbough has found eager customers all over the United States for his repurposed industrial machinery.


UPDATED: Tue., July 16, 2019, 1:52 p.m.

The Dirt: Owner preparing Scofflaw’s Books, a bar in the speak-easy style, coming to downtown Spokane

Bryan Harkey plans to open the bar Scofflaw’s Books in the American Legion Building in downtown Spokane in August.


Business Beat

Architecture Architects West has hired Nathan Huestis as a building information modeling technician. Huestis previously worked for MSI Engineers and has more than 20 years of drafting experience.


UPDATED: Sat., July 6, 2019, 11:36 a.m.

Speakeasy-style bar coming to downtown Spokane

Bryan Harkey plans to open the bar Scofflaw’s Books in downtown Spokane’s American Legion Building in August.


UPDATED: Sat., July 6, 2019, 11:44 a.m.

Mini golf, craft beer will mix at Flatstick Pub

The windows are covered and work has begun in earnest on downtown Spokane’s Flatstick Pub, a casual craft beer pub with a nine-hole miniature golf course, according to city permit …


Council President Ben Stuckart, GSI at odds over Northeast Public Development Authority hire

David Guthrie will lead the Northeast Public Development Authority, an entity created eight years ago in an attempt to bring economic redevelopment to a depressed and contaminated industrial area on …


Business Beat

Accounting The Spokane chapter of the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants has elected its 2019 board of directors. The new members are directors Iveth Canales Kuhn, Phuong Walters and …


Garland Resale Boutique opening Friday in downtown Spokane

Garland Resale Boutique is opening today in downtown Spokane following months of work to repair damage from a fire earlier this year. The boutique was set to open in March …


Work underway at Lewis and Clark High school

Work has begun to build a cafeteria, common area and classrooms at Spokane’s Lewis and Clark High School.


UPDATED: Mon., June 24, 2019, 12:36 p.m.

Business Beat

Banking Wells Fargo has named Don Stafford head of Wells Fargo Commercial Banking for the Inland Northwest. Integrating operations for Idaho, Eastern Oregon and central and Eastern Washington, the role …


Work underway at Lewis and Clark High school

Work has begun to build a cafeteria, common area and classrooms at Spokane’s Lewis and Clark High School.


Business Beat

Education The Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation board has announced new members and executive leadership. Todd Woodard, director of marketing and public affairs for Spokane International Airport, has been elected …


Week Ahead

Conventions 2019 DeLorean Expo – DeLorean Owners Association, today, Riverfront Park, 300 attendees.


Business Beat

Education WSU Health Sciences Spokane has hired Kim Papich as its director of communications and public affairs. Papich has 20 years of experience in communications and marketing, previously working as …


Gonzaga grads’ web-based startup OddJobbers links college students to area residents needing stuff done

Two Gonzaga University graduates have lauched the web-based startup OddJobbers, which connects college students with residents needing work done, such as yard maintenance, pet sitting, moving furniture, snow shoveling, house …


The Dirt: Demolitions to make way for Sportsplex downtown

Demolition permits have been issued for two buildings on the north bank of the Spokane River in preparation for construction of a $42 million indoor sports complex.


Front & Center: Demand, reputation means Spokane falconry hood maker doesn’t have to hawk his wares

Doug Pineo has been honing his craft for more than half a century – “long enough that I have name recognition like Gucci,” he observes.


Week Ahead

Conventions Shetland Sheep Dog Agility – Today, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center.


Business Beat

Architecture Architerra Homes of Post Falls has announced new corporate leadership. Clint Peterson has been named as president, with previous president Melissa Wells being named CEO. Allen Dykes has been …


Buildings’ demolition to make way for downtown Sportsplex

Demolition permits have been issued for two buildings on the north bank of the Spokane River in preparation for construction of a $42 million indoor sports complex.


Rodda Paint to reopens at new location in Spokane Valley

Rodda Paint is moving to a new site after a fire destroyed the company’s former store in February.


Front & Center: Flower gardener’s passion for outdoors, plants grew from childhood

Beth Mort’s earliest memory of gardening may have been planted. “I swear I remember Mount St. Helens – being outside in the garden, the ash, and my parents’ reaction,” she …


The Dirt: Transit station on SFCC campus to consolidate area’s bus stops

Spokane Transit Authority is beginning construction on a transit station on the campus of Spokane Falls Community College, according to city permit data.


Week Ahead

Conventions Inland Empire Arabian Horse Show – Today, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center.


Work to begin on repurposing of old Pacific Fruit warehouse

Work to transform the old Pacific Fruit & Produce Co. building in Spokane’s University District will commence, according to permits issued by the city.


UPDATED: Mon., May 20, 2019, 6:53 p.m.

Boise-based TitleOne acquires Sandpoint Title Insurance Inc.

TitleOne, a Boise-based title and settlement services provider, has acquired Sandpoint Title Insurance Inc.


The Dirt: Spokane Community College building $5 million transit center

A bigger, relocated transit center is coming to the campus of Spokane Community College, according to permits issued by the city.