Journal of Business

Women caring for women: A new model for Rockwood

Seven midwives, five docs emphasize choice in

June 4, 2015

WSU offers joint degree in business, pharmacy

New program target medical entrepreneurs

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June 4, 2015

ABC’s Kate McCaslin moves east for new chapter in life

Organization’s CEO ready for change after 18 years

Photo by Judith Spitzer

June 4, 2015

Spokane Transit Authority rolls toward launch of plaza upgrade project

Transit agency also plans sizable bus garage retrofit

June 4, 2015

Spokane Public Facilities District posts increase in operating costs for 2014

Total attendance rises at two of the three venues

May 21, 2015

Purcell Systems’ major push

With EnerSys’ financial backing, company adds new regions, diversifies

May 21, 2015

Downtown Spokane’s West Main energy expands

Cafe, bakery cluster are latest entry to busy downtown area

Treating eating disorders in Spokane

Emily Program on South Hill uses range of interventions

Eating Disorders Spokane
May 7, 2014

Mountain Dog Sign Co.: Signs With Canines

May 7, 2015

City of Spokane opts to require licenses for short-term rentals

Both owner-occupied, full-house rentals allowed

Gonzaga tabbed as one of most sustainable colleges

Student-managed projects supported by Green Fund

May 7, 2015

Stay Alfred ramps up its staff in Spokane as sales increase

Short-term rental provider projects 80 workers by ’17

DCI Engineers plans move after building renovation

Company remodels former parking garage on

April 9, 2015

Strengthening the construction workforce here

New AGC chapter director makes that her top

April 9, 2015

Spokane International Academy to open this fall

Old St. Patrick’s building to house charter school

Spokane Woman’s Club venue draws more activity, members

104-year-old building slated to be renovated, updated

Downtown Spokane Partnership places BID growth on back burner for now

Most property owners said to support growth

The growing realm of intellectual property law

Spokane lawyers say field has expanded, changed

March 26, 2015

Rainmaker Creative: Making it rain customers

Billie Gaura says the business name and a business plan were in place two years before Rainmaker Creative opened its doors in 2007.

Lyft, Uber win temporary restraining orders on release of city data

Ride-share companies make proprietary claims

INWCF keeps momentum with asset, fund growth

2006 strategic plan placed organization on its path

Indaba Coffee to open shop downtown

Bennett Block outlet said likely to open by late April

Spokane Park Board plans to hire GC/CM adviser in March

Riverfront Park design team also to be sought

Cities, Spokane County net $5.6 million in road grants

State, federal funds to go toward fatality reductions


Providence Health Care begins to reap ACA benefits

Amid the turbulent ongoing statewide and national debates over health care policy and the implementation.


Construction apprentice mandate raises ire

Mayor aims to gather more community feedback


Public Radio building nears completion

On the eve of Spokane Public Radio’s 35th anniversary, renovations of its future home at former Fire Station No. 3 on North Monroe Street are on schedule, and the station has secured most of the $5 million needed for the project, says Cary Boyce, SPR’ – See more at:

Women Veterans Seeking aid for depression-PTSD

Military sexual trauma also common in female vets. 

Waiting for Apple pay day

Spokane art scene seeks spark

Creative services employ 7,000 here, but public support lags

Brothers Cain and Todd Benson are painting murals under the railroad viaduct near the intersection of Second Avenue and Maple Street as part of a larger Spokane Arts Fund project. – See more at:

Speaking Fluent Tango

Satori Dance Studio instructor David Diaz and his wife, Mina, dance salsa at a Latin Dance Under The Stars event, on Spokane’s South Hill. – See more at:

 Plugging Stricter Parking Enforcement


Ex-Im bank supporters weigh reauthorization

Manufacturers here contend its closure would hurt them

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A promising response

Firefighters favor smaller vehicles; city extends pilot test phase at three stations

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Collaboration ignites educational initiative here

Gonzaga leads effort to alter outcomes at middle schools

 When Domestic Violence Comes to Work:

When domestic violence comes into the workplace

Last month’s murder-suicide at Deaconess shines a

Kizuri: Faring well with fair trade


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