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Spokane companies losing deals, money due to government shutdown

Several Spokane-based companies with federal contracts are losing deals and money as the government struggles with sequestration and shutdown. Tim Boden, who works for a Liberty Lake tech company that …

Wine vessel gift to WSU worth $600,000

During a recent groundbreaking in Richland, Spokane Industries’ Greg Tenold said the Spokane Valley company is donating wine vessels worth $600,000 to Washington State University’s planned Wine Science Center. The …

A crush on wine: Steel tank manufacturer thriving

It’s a banner year for winemakers and wine drinkers: The Washington State Wine Commission says 2012 will be the largest grape crush ever, with 190,000 tons of grapes harvested. A …

Manufacturing driving recovery in Spokane

Manufacturers are hiring in Spokane and selling goods across the globe, igniting hopes of an economic recovery. From airplane parts to medical devices, cookware, pharmaceuticals and mining equipment, factories across …