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Baseball transcends politics’: How local and state governments came together to renovate Avista Stadium with private help
October 18, 2023
By Dave Nichols The Spokesman-Review Spokane County, Wash. -- Workers at Avista Stadium recently started preparing for a series of major renovations that will not only modernize the 65-year-old county-owned facility, but ensure that baseball affiliated with the major leagues will stay in Spokane for future generations. In 2020, Major League Baseball took over operation of […]
Spokane, WA Recognized as a City You Don't Know, But Should
February 27, 2023
The Discoverer recently recognized Spokane, Washington as one of five cities you don't know, but should. Highlighting Spokane's "four seasons of fun", the article praises Spokane's vast outdoor recreation opportunities.
Spokane Sports Facility Voted Best New Sports Venue in Nation
November 14, 2022
The Podium Powered by STCU is gaining national recognition nearly a year after opening on the north bank of the Spokane River. SportsTravel Magazine has named the Podium the best new sports venue in the nation.
Spokane Parks System Ranked 17th Best in the U.S.
May 5, 2022
Spokane's park system was ranked 17th best in the United States, according to new data from the Trust for Public Land. Spokane's ranking is based on five characteristics of an effective park system: access, investment, acreage, amenities, and equity.
Kalispel Tribe of Indians Advancing with Five-Building Hotel Expansion at Northern Quest Casino
March 9, 2022
The Kalispel Tribe of Indians is advancing with a five-building hotel expansion at the Northern Quest Casino. The expansion will bring the total number of guest rooms at the resort to 442.
$36 million Spokane Valley Performing Arts Center Aims to Break Ground Next Fall
November 1, 2021
Plans were unveiled on November 1 for a $36 million performing arts center in Spokane Valley. The new building will be the home of the Spokane Valley Summer Theatre and will be located on a 5-acre piece of land.
In Spokane, Talent Indicators Keep Getting Better
October 11, 2021
As the economy shakes out, new and growing businesses are deciding where to locate post-pandemic. For most, the availability of skilled, trained and ready-to-work employees is a priority - if not the No. 1 criteria.
Inlander's Annual Manual
October 11, 2021
We are stronger together. Which is why Greater Spokane Incorporated and Visit Spokane have partnered to bring you this special edition of the Inlander's Annual Manual.
Life Sciences Startups in Eastern Washington Find a Welcoming Ecosystem Away From Big Cities
September 21, 2021 recently published an article recognizing the biotech and healthtech community in Eastern Washington that boasts a loyal base of startups with local connections and the support of a tight-knit group of entrepreneurs.
Dry Fly Distilling Opens New Downtown Location
July 13, 2021
Dry Fly Distilling expects to begin production and open a tasting room this month in its new 24,000-square-foot facility at 1 N. Monroe, in the building formerly occupied by the Spokaesman Review press operations.
Riverfront Park's North Bank has Grand Opening
May 21, 2021
The City of Spokane has cut the ribbon on their new Ice Age Floods Playground on the North Bank of Riverfront Park. The area is part of the $75 million-dollar revitalization project started by the City of Spokane's Parks and Recreation department.
Spokane Ranked #5 in the Nation on Top Inbound Cities Report
February 25, 2021 recently released their 2020 Moving Destinations Report, which provides unique and valuable insight into the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on relocation trends across the country. Spokane comes in at #5!
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