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Thursday, November 21, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Tiny house notion: Legislators, advocates for affordable housing see benefits of growing market

Tiny houses have gained popularity in the past few years among people choosing to live in the small spaces for environmental reasons, to be part of a community, or to …

Elizabeth Roggenbauer: Tiny solutions to a big problem

Spokane’s homeless population is a big problem and as the winter months are upon us it is even more important to help get these people in homes and off the …

Lawsuit aims to shut down city’s tiny home villages

A group is suing the city of Seattle over its use of tiny home villages to combat homelessness.

‘Tiny homes’ project in Spokane Valley stalled as nonprofit reorganizes

The nonprofit that planned to build a village of “tiny homes” in Spokane Valley is reorganizing after a series of disagreements with suppliers and volunteers.

Group wants to build tiny homes for homeless families on Spokane Valley church land

Robertson needs $700,000 to make the project a reality and to accomplish that, he’s looking for investors and donors who will commit to the project with monthly or one-time donations.

Front and Center: Spirit Lake compact cabin builder Dave Bates

SPIRIT LAKE – Dave Bates’ crew is building a custom home for a client from West Virginia. The customer isn’t moving here – the house is moving there.