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UPDATED: Mon., April 22, 2019, 5:35 p.m.

STCU to acquire customer accounts from Banner Bank branch in Sandpoint

Spokane Teachers Credit Union is acquiring customer accounts from a Sandpoint branch of Banner Bank, pending state and federal approval.

UPDATED: Mon., March 12, 2018, 9:02 p.m.

FBI looking for suspected robber that prompted school lockdown in Coeur d’Alene

The Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy went into a brief lockdown Monday at the request of the Coeur d’Alene Police Department as officers investigated a reported bank robbery at 9:45 a.m.

Lands Council, STCU, students team up on watershed restoration

The sun-dappled water glistened in the late morning light and so did the foreheads of the teens who planted trees along Hangman Creek last week. While some kids learn about …

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 8, 2013, 4:53 p.m.

Credit union moving to historic downtown building

The Spokane Teachers Credit Union announced today that it will move its commercial lending operations to the Hutton Building, a building it owns as a result of foreclosure last year.

UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 9, 2013, 9:07 a.m.

STCU will move offices, new branch into historic Hutton Building

Spokane Teachers Credit Union is turning a foreclosed downtown building into one of its most prominent offices. The credit union announced Friday that it will move its commercial lending operations …

STCU donates to education centers

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has donated $5,000 to career and technical education centers in the area. “We’re particularly excited to support these programs, which give students options in fields that …

STCU donates $5,000 to education centers

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has donated $5,000 to career and technical education centers in the area. “We’re particularly excited to support these programs, which give students options in fields that …

Downtown horse-drawn tours in 12th year

With a snort and a shake of his head Manly Stanley indicated his readiness to get the show on the road. He and his partner Highfalutin weren’t exactly dashing through …

Local financial sector makes gains in stubborn economy

Most people might have missed the news that Spokane’s AmericanWest Bank is buying Oregon-based PremierWest Bank. But it’s big news for people keeping track of new jobs. That pending acquisition …

STCU’s growth generates green branch for south Valley

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has once again expanded its footprint in the Inland Northwest, this time with a lighter touch on the environment. On Monday, STCU opened its South Valley …

School Notes: Cataldo school is planning costume sale

For ghosts and goblins preparing for the upcoming spooky holiday, Cataldo Catholic School is hosting its annual Halloween costume sale next Thursday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. …

The lender next door: Peer-to-peer loans gaining popularity

Spokane’s Richard Guzzard has lent about $12,000 over the past two years to people he’s never met. The retired assistant prison warden has shifted to peer-to-peer lending as his preferred …

Robbery reported at South Hill credit union

A robbery has been reported at the Spokane Teachers Credit Union on the South Hill.

STCU gives $1,000 to Basset Rescue

Spokane Teachers Credit Union recently donated $1,000 to Washington Basset Rescue when the nonprofit group received the most votes in an online version of STCU’s “Who do you love?” giving …

Notebook: ScienceFest was packed with fun at Prairie View

Students at Prairie View Elementary in the Mead School District recently went on a scientific adventure at ScienceFest – the school’s second annual science fair. This year’s theme, “The Human …

STCU home office getting a makeover

Big changes are under way at Spokane Teachers Credit Union, but its 94,000 members aren’t likely to notice. STCU has begun a major remodel of its headquarters in Liberty Lake. …

Local financial institutions weighing options

Local bank and credit union officials said last week they have no immediate plans to eliminate free checking, but pending Federal Reserve Bank regulations may force them to reconsider. Inland …

Johnson to take over STCU helm

Tom Johnson becomes president and chief executive officer of Spokane Teachers Credit Union on Saturday. He succeeds Steve Dahlstrom, who has been with STCU for 30 years, the last 20 …

Robbery blamed on cycling perpetrator

A masked gunman believed to have robbed five banks since December may have struck again Wednesday.

FBI: Credit union hold-up may be work of serial robber

Spokane police are looking for a man who robbed the Indian Trail Road branch of STCU about noon today.

Leadership earns wealth of respect

Steve Dahlstrom, president and CEO of Spokane Teachers Credit Union, oversees a banking institution with 14 branches in Eastern Washington and North Idaho, 85,000 members and nearly 400 employees. He …

STCU drops student loans

Spokane Teachers Credit Union has stopped making student loans. Despite its roots in education, President Steve Dahlstrom said this week, STCU cannot justify making loans sure to lose the institution …