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The Dirt: Liberty Lake Wine Cellars building new production facility, tasting room

Liberty Lake Wine Cellars is building a new production facility and tasting room, with plans to move there after this summer.

UPDATED: Sun., April 30, 2017, 10:06 p.m.

The Dirt: Work begins on behavioral health hospital

Construction of a 100-bed behavioral health hospital is set to begin next week in Spokane on the Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center campus.

The Dirt: New, $4 million Trinity Catholic School to be built

St. Anthony Catholic Parish is building a new Spokane facility for Trinity Catholic School, which has students in pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade.

The Dirt: La Quinta Inn to be built near Spokane International Airport

Construction of a La Quinta Inn is slated for this spring near the Spokane International Airport.

The Dirt: Schweitzer Engineering expands Spokane branch office

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories of Pullman will expand its Spokane branch office.

UPDATED: Mon., April 3, 2017, 9:34 a.m.

The Dirt: Taco eatery opening in downtown Spokane

A California-based taco chain eatery will open in downtown Spokane by early summer after taking the last ground-floor retail space in the renovated Bennett Block.

The Dirt: Washington Trust Bank will build a new Manito branch

Washington Trust Bank will build a new Manito branch along Grand Boulevard on land scheduled this spring to be cleared of older structures. A restaurant also is planned on the …

The Dirt: Work to start on Citylink bus hub in Kootenai County

Early-phase construction is expected soon for a permanent Riverstone Transit Center, serving as the main hub for Citylink routes in Kootenai County.

The Dirt: Cooper George to become multifamily housing

A $7.5 million redevelopment project is slated after May to transform the Cooper George building near downtown Spokane from its historic senior-living use into a multifamily residential structure.

The Dirt: Spokane Transit Authority plaza upgrades in full swing

Spokane Transit Authority plaza upgrades are in full swing as the downtown Spokane facility remains open.

The Dirt: Land acquired next to Northern Quest Resort allows for future expansion

The Kalispel Tribal Economic Authority has new elbow room in Airway Heights — 22.6 acres of vacant land — purchased late last year and adjacent to the north side of …

The Dirt: Downtown Coeur d’Alene could get boutique hotel

New owners plan to transform a downtown Coeur d’Alene building, and they’ve submitted a preliminary proposal for a hotel.

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 3, 2017, 5:06 p.m.

Works begins on Riverfront Park ice ribbon, SkyRide building

Site work is underway to build Riverfront Park’s new ice ribbon and SkyRide facility, which also will provide rink support services. Just over a week ago, Contractors Northwest crews began …

The Dirt: Work to begin on low-income apartment complex near Spokane Falls Community College

The first phase of a big affordable housing project is cleared for construction just east of Spokane Falls Community College.

Paw Print Genetics moving to Franklin Park Medical Center

Paw Print Genetics, a Spokane canine DNA diagnostic center, will move into larger quarters by early March. The laboratory service will take over a 7,000-square-foot space in the Franklin Park …

The Dirt: Gonzaga Prep plans $6 million gym remodel

Gonzaga Preparatory School plans a $6 million project for full renovation and expansion of its 60-year-old athletic facility complex.

The Dirt: Two renovations lined up for Spokane Valley Mall

Two store renovations are lining up at Spokane Valley Mall, including expansion of space for Macy’s.

YMCA to open South Hill branch in former Gold’s Gym

YMCA of the Inland Northwest plans to open a South Hill branch by mid-December, after agreeing to buy the business assets of a Gold’s Gym operation from Dave and Alethea …

The Dirt: ALK undertaking $14.3 million Post Falls biomed expansion

ALK Source Materials Laboratory Inc., a maker of allergenic biological source materials, is expanding its biomedical facility in Post Falls.

The Dirt: Tile and marble business building in Spokane Valley

A $1.1 million building project is underway in Spokane Valley for Oregon Tile & Marble by Bedrosians, at a site visible from nearby Interstate 90.

The Dirt: More retail and restaurants to fill new building in Kendall Yards

Another commercial building will rise on the south side of Summit Parkway in Kendall Yards. It’s designed to have two restaurants and other retail spaces and expected to open in …

The Dirt: Renovation planned at Heylman-designed Canterbury Court Apartments

A $3.2 million renovation is scheduled for Canterbury Court Apartments, a 125-unit senior housing complex in Spokane.

The Dirt: DoubleTree plans $1.3 million hotel renovation

DoubleTree By Hilton Spokane City Center plans a $1.3 million project for the downtown property.

The Dirt: Pinecroft Business Park in Spokane Valley continues to grow

Two buildings are underway in Spokane Valley’s Pinecroft Business Park, one a large office building and the other for food services or a restaurant.

The Dirt: Auction house going up in Spokane Valley

A $1.3 million construction project is underway for an auction house and office building at 3520 N. Tschirley Road in Spokane Valley.

The Dirt: Schweitzer ski resort finishing $5 million summit lodge project

Schweitzer Mountain Resort plans to complete its $5 million summit lodge in December. Construction began July 2015 at the top of the Great Escape Quad lift.

The Dirt: Grocery Outlet opens store in Airway Heights

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market has opened a newly constructed store in Airway Heights.

The Dirt: St. Luke’s to open new outpatient clinic in north Spokane; big apartment buildings proposed

A new outpatient clinic operated by St. Luke Rehabilitation Institute is scheduled to open Oct. 4 in north Spokane.

The Dirt: St. Joseph Care Center to be extensively remodeled

A $14 million project will update an original structure for St. Joseph Care Center, a skilled nursing facility on the campus of Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center.

The Dirt: Hardware distributor Orgill buys former Kimball Office plant in Post Falls

Orgill Inc., a distributor of hardware and home-improvement products, said it will open a regional distribution center in the former Kimball Office facility in Post Falls.