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Monthly Archives: November 2013

GSI Staff Members Share What They’re Thankful For This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is this week, and we have a lot to be thankful for: A wonderful place in which we live, all the skiing and golfing we ever wanted, an awesome cost of living, a fantastic downtown and much more. But … Read more

Businesses to (Literally) Open Doors for Area Students

Schools host open house events to introduce students and parents to the school. It’s a good way for parents to see where they’re sending their kids and for students to see where they’ll spend most of their days. So what … Read more

Increasing Educational Attainment Levels in Spokane County

How healthy a person is often has a lot to do with their educational attainment level. The Spokane Regional Health District’s 2012 Health Inequities in Spokane County study shows that those living without a high school diploma in Spokane County have a … Read more

A Spokane Business News Buffet

There’s a lot going on around here. Let’s take a look at some notables: Special Session As we mentioned last week, the state legislature convened for a special session to pass some bills aimed at keeping some incentives available for … Read more

Special Session Begins Today in Olympia – What Does it Mean for Spokane?

Washington Governor Jay Inslee called legislators back to Olympia to begin a special session today to tackle bills that would provide more funding for aerospace education, extend tax incentives for aerospace manufacturers through 2040, and streamline the permitting process for … Read more

Capitol Christmas Tree Stops in Spokane (PHOTOS)

The Capitol Christmas Tree was cut from the Colville National Forest not far from here on Nov.1 and began a more than 5,000-mile, 25-city tour, with its last stop being the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. The tree’s second stop was … Read more