Thomas Clouse, SpokesmanReview

Thomas Clouse


Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Thomas:

The Dirt: MUV Fitness plans new gym on 37th Avenue

MUV Fitness has plans to open a new gym inside a former Albertson’s store on 37th Avenue on Spokane’s South Hill. → Read More

Feds seize $50 million from Farmington State Bank tied to Bankman-Fried

Federal prosecutors have seized about $50 million from the one-branch Farmington State Bank that they allege in court records were deposited there as part of FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried's wide ranging scheme to defraud investors through his massive cryptocurrency exchange business. → Read More

Construction industry leaders launch program to attract young builders

Dylan Newman, age 19, illustrates exactly the worker that the Spokane construction industry leaders are targeting with a new program to boost trade skills at area schools. → Read More

Bank of Idaho acquiring five HomeStreet branches

Bank of Idaho has announced that it will purchase five branches from HomeStreet Bank, including one in Spokane. → Read More

Washington's Odessa flies the Ukrainian flag to support namesake

ODESSA, Wash. – A lone tumbleweed rumbled across the gravel parking lot Wednesday as a young man driving a red sports car pulled up for fuel at the Cenex. → Read More

After year off, RV show camps out at Spokane County Fair

The Inland Northwest RV Show & Sale was one of the few events that got off and going in 2020 just before the coronavirus caused most gatherings and businesses to shut down. → Read More

'Digging out of this bottleneck': Contractors face major delays in obtaining building permits in City of Spokane and county

Before last year, local contractor Jim Warner said he could take five garage plans to either the City of Spokane or Spokane County after lunch and walk out that same afternoon with five building permits. Now Warner said he's waiting as long as 12 weeks, which is causing myriad of downstream issues that make it almost impossible to manage 11 crews and the expectations of customers as record-high… → Read More

An endangered species: Traditional fixer-uppers a rarity in current market

One of the first things Spokane-area home buyers tell real estate broker Bryan Crabbe is that they are searching for a deal. → Read More

Gonzaga takes on nearly mirror-image Creighton as Jesuit schools clash

Avery Steer can't totally lose today when Gonzaga takes on Creighton in the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen battle between two-small-private Jesuit schools separated by half a country but connected by nearly everything else. → Read More

STCU to donate $63,000 worth of smart phones for educational, healthcare services

In an effort to improve access to educational and healthcare services, Spokane Teachers Credit Union is donating $63,000 worth of smartphones that will provide 100 people cell service free for a year. → Read More

Inland Northwest RV Show cancelled because of COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has claimed another victim: the 32nd Annual Inland Northwest RV Show. → Read More

NorthTown Mall anchor Macy's to close after 27 years

Macy's will be closing at Spokane's NorthTown Mall after 27 years, the company confirmed on Tuesday. → Read More

Gonzaga launching courses designed around wine industry

Gonzaga, the mid-major powerhouse in basketball, is seeking a No. 1 ranking in another field: wine. → Read More

First male Asian giant hornet caught in northwest Washington

While its lore remains more rampant than its actual spread, the Washington State Department of Agriculture has announced the first capture of a male Asian giant hornet in one of about 450 traps concentrated in the extreme northwest region of the state where other sighting have been confirmed. → Read More

Owner to close Taco Del Mar in north Spokane

The owner of the Taco Del Mar in Wandermere has announced the restaurant will be closing Sunday. → Read More

Spokane area farmers offering fresh produce without crowds

The South Spokane Farm Corridor was spawned in 2018 as a way to connect area farmers with customers seeking locally grown produce. But concerns over proper social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic have added value to the idea because shoppers can obtain the fresh produce without facing crowds, said Doug Phelps, the agriculture liaison for the Spokane Conservation District. → Read More

Spokane bike shops pedaling hard to maintain pandemic surge

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, bike shop manager Tim Dunn prepared for an empty store and employees left with nothing to do. But Spokane has followed a national trend in which Americans appear to have fallen back in love with bicycles. “The first week (of the stay-home order) it was kind of slow,” said Dunn, who manages The Bike Hub at 1403 W. First Ave. “And then it has been ramping up… → Read More

iHeartMedia layoffs end on-air radio presence of Dave Spencer and Teresa Lukens

Almost without notice earlier this month, decades of collective on-air experience ended as a half dozen radio professionals in Spokane lost their jobs as part of industry layoffs that continue to erode local connections. → Read More

Former Ferris assistant coach nears plea agreement on sex trafficking charges

The day before a former assistant football coach at Ferris High School was arrested in 2018 for convincing a 15-year-old Moses Lake girl to meet him at Northern Quest Resort & Casino, federal documents allege he enticed a 14-year-old Spokane girl to engage in a “commercial sex act.” → Read More

Gold Star mother turns son’s death into mission to help veterans

Theresa Hart’s grief still shuts her down some eight years since her son was killed in Iraq. Her outlet for all that pain is to make sure other veterans get anything they need, for free, to ease their transition back to what most people know as normal. → Read More