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Past articles by Amy:

Area toy stores create personalized shopping experience for holiday season

More than 166 million people nationwide are planning to shop from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday this year, according to an annual survey by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics. → Read More

Spokane Sports names new CEO

Spokane Sports has named Ashley Blake its new chief executive officer, the organization announced Wednesda → Read More

Women of the Year: Page 42 Bookstore owner Emily Peterson making positive impact on community one book at a time

Emily Peterson believes books should be accessible to everyone – no matter their income level. → Read More

Avista Corp. reports dip in third quarter earnings

The Spokane-based utility on Tuesday reported a net loss of $5.8 million, or 8 cents per share, for the third quarter, compared to net income of $14.4 million, or 20 cents per share, for the third quarter of 2021. → Read More

MUV Fitness to close downtown Spokane gym

MUV Fitness confirmed Friday that it is permanently closing its downtown Spokane gym by the end of the month. → Read More

Spokane County's housing market continues cooldown in September

Increasing mortgage rates, which have hit a 20-year high, have caused hesitancy among some buyers and slowed home sales. → Read More

USPS to host job fairs Friday at six Eastern Washington post offices

The U.S. Postal Service is hosting job fairs Friday at six post offices in Eastern Washington. → Read More

Body countouring practice The CoolSuite's growth leads to expansion in downtown Spokane's Cutter Tower

When Gina Timmerman founded the CoolSuite, she aimed to create a nonsurgical body contouring practice that made clients feel comfortable. → Read More

The Dirt: Emerald Initiative, McKinstry break ground on manufacturing facility on the West Plains

The facility, when complete, will produce prefabricated sheet metal, piping, and plumbing materials and systems. → Read More

The Dirt: Utah-based Crumbl Cookies planning location in Spokane

A Lindon, Utah-based cookie franchise is expanding to Spokane. → Read More

Indigenous Eats now open in Logan neighborhood

Patrons looking to sample Indigenous Eats' Native American comfort food might have to get in line. → Read More

Coeur d'Alene Regional Realtors names Katherine Morgan as new CEO

Coeur d'Alene Regional Realtors has selected a former Bank of America executive to lead the association. → Read More

Spokane-based public relations firm DH acquires Seattle firm

DH, a communications and marketing firm headquartered in Spokane, has acquired Seattle-based Nyhus Communications. → Read More

Spokane sees rebound in tourism following pandemic lull

When travelers postponed vacations and meeting planners canceled events in response to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, it had a significant impact on Spokane's tourism industry. → Read More

Longstanding North Side eatery Dolly's Cafe listed for sale

Dolly's Cafe, a longtime Spokane staple known for its breakfast and lunch fare, has been listed for sale. → Read More

Avista deal would raise electricity rates by 7.7% during next two years

Monthly Avista bills are poised to climb in Eastern Washington later this year. → Read More

Providence Occupational Medicine opens new clinic in Airway Heights

Providence Occupational Medicine is now open in Airway Heights to serve patients with workplace injuries. → Read More

The Dirt: The Breslin to gain new studio apartments

The owner of Breslin Apartments is planning to add housing units to the historic building on the lower South Hill. → Read More

Spokane County's median home price hits record $450,000 in May, but market cooldown may be on the way

Buyers continued to find homes more expensive than ever in Spokane County as the median closing price hit $450,000 in May, but there are signs the market may cool. → Read More

Native American comfort food restaurant Indigenous Eats opening in August

A restaurant that serves Native American comfort food is coming to the Logan neighborhood this summer. Jenny Slagle and her husband, Andrew, are planning in August to open Indigenous Eats in a 1,900-square-foot space formerly occupied by Bruchi’s Cheesesteaks & Subs at 829 E. Boone Ave., Suite E. → Read More