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Small Business Spotlight: Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center

Tweet Member Since: 2010 www.mlkspokane.org Family – it’s the center of life and community, where kids feel safe and develop character and learn skills to become healthy, productive adults. But what happens to these components when families live below poverty … Read more

On Boeing and Government Contracts

Tweet By now, you’ve heard about Boeing’s big win last week. The airplane maker won a $35 billion – that’s billion – contract with the United States Air Force to build the next generation of Air Refueling Tankers – the … Read more

Why We Need More Medical Education in Spokane

The future need for increased numbers of physicians has been clearly demonstrated and the gap between demand and supply is growing. This gap is the largest, and is growing the fastest, in primary care specialties and in rural communities. To … Read more

Spokane Kudos: Lots of Good News!

It’s a good time to give kudos where kudos are due. Actually, it’s always a good time. Anyway, there’s a lot happening in Spokane worth recognizing. We thought we’d take a moment and highlight a handful of individuals and businesses.

Small Business Spotlight: Davidson Commodities, Inc.

Member Since: 2010 Web Site: www.davidsoncommodities.com Providing local, affordable, healthy grains is the core of Davidson Commodities, Inc.  How did this home-grown, family-operated grain-trading company succeed while other trading companies closed their doors?  Not only did they survive but are … Read more

Living in Spokane Costs Less

Spokane has again proven to be an affordable place to live when compared to other cities in the country by staying below the national cost of living average. Every year the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER) produces an … Read more

Leadership In Troubled Times

So, what’s been your biggest challenge in the business world? How’d you overcome it? It takes a lot of leadership, a lot of work and a lot of focus to tackle a challenge. One Spokane business faced a mammoth of … Read more

Small Business Spotlight: Commercial Creamery

Ever think of the Inland Northwest as home to an internationally-known developer of specialty food ingredients? Commercial Creamery began in 1908 as a local creamery.  Now, 103 years later, its headquarters, research and development, and pilot plant are solidly in … Read more

The North Spokane Corridor: Moving Ahead

The above photo shows the north end of the North Spokane Corridor looking south, where it meets Farwell road. A thought born decades ago is now coming to fruition. That’s right, the North Spokane Corridor (or North-South Freeway) is progressing … Read more

Looking Ahead To 2011: Clean Technology

It’s that time of year: all the “Top 10 of 2010” and “Best of the Decade” lists will start to pop up (if they haven’t already) and we’ll all be looking back on 2010 and the past decade. Here at … Read more