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L&I investigating electric shock of construction worker in the Paulsen Center

The Washington Department of Labor and Industries has opened an investigation after a worker received an electric shock while remodeling the 11th floor of the downtown Spokane Paulsen Center last …

Man critically injured in electric incident at Paulsen Center

A man was critically injured Tuesday morning when he was electrically shocked at the Paulsen Center in downtown Spokane. Fire crews were called to the 11th floor of the Paulsen …

100 years ago in Spokane: Man convicted of blackmailing mining tycoon August Paulsen

From our archives, 100 years ago A jury quickly convicted J.O. Dahl, 23, of blackmailing mining tycoon August Paulsen.

Bozzi Media leases Paulsen penthouse for office and event space

Bozzi Media is the new tenant of the Paulsen Center’s penthouse.

Minus the blue, the Paulsen Penthouse is up for grabs

For more than a year one of Spokane’s most unique office spaces has been vacant. The view is so good and the location so compelling that most who’ve called to …

Here’s the Dirt: Church buys ex-Kia building

Cornerstone Pentecostal Church is converting the former Kia of Spokane showroom and dealership into its new church. The dealership, at 21326 E. Mission, was owned by Sydney and Arlene Kane, …

County’s law library has too many books

Spokane County may soon eradicate 10,000 books. No “Fahrenheit 451” worries, though.