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Top Blog Posts of 2012


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It seems that everyone has a list this time of year, so why not us?

In a piece of shameless self-promotion, we give you our top five blog posts of 2012:

The Future of Health Care
What was a basic recap of our “Future of Health Care” event back in February became our most read blog of 2012, which, looking back, isn’t a surprise. Health care reform was an enormous issue for the business community this year, with the new health care reform law largely surviving a Supreme Court challenge.

The North Spokane Corridor: Moving Ahead
The first of two blogs North Spokane Corridor-related blogs on our list, this blog was actually written at the beginning of 2011 and touted the corridor’s benefits. A blog that is nearly two years old and it was still among the most read blogs of 2012 – the North Spokane Corridor must be an important project in our region.

Protecting Fairchild Air Force Base
Our region’s top employer was in the news this year. Our community took steps to protect the base from encroachment to ensure its future.

North Spokane Corridor Reaches Major Milestone
This North Spokane Corridor blog was indeed written in 2012. We wrote it when the corridor’s connection to Highway 395 opened, giving commuters more than five miles of drivable road.

What They’re Saying About Spokane
Who doesn’t like positive things said about them? This blog highlighted a few kudos our community received earlier this year, such as Spokane being named a low-risk area for natural disasters, a top place to retire to, and more.

So there you go. If you missed those posts this year, you can read them again. Happy New Year and here’s to a great 2013!

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