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Jessica and Morgan at Mad Co Lab Studios

By Huckleberry Press / January 17, 2023 /
Writer Jessica Simpkins and Morgan Walters from Mad Co Lab Studios

This officially makes us a multi-media company. We’ll be producing many more videos, mostly highlighting on the local leaders who make a difference in the local community.

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Coeur d’Alene’s Community Makerspace Inspires Makers From “Pre-K Through Gray”

By Huckleberry Press / July 22, 2023 /

In 2013, the citizens of Coeur d’Alene collaborated to create a vision of what their community could look for future generations by the year 2030.

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Chris and Marianne Bornhoft Build a Legacy One Opportunity at a Time

By Huckleberry Press / June 8, 2023 /
Chris and Marianne Bornhoft

You may have seen their signs around Spokane and Airway Heights, but you probably don’t know much about the evolution of Bornhoft Real Estate. Chris and Marianne Bornhoft are partners in marriage and in business.

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Valley Nonprofit Raises Money and Cheer for Loved Ones Facing Cancer in Stevens County

By Huckleberry Press / May 15, 2023 /
Valley Warriors Against Cancer

Darla and five others came together to start Valley Warriors Against Cancer, a non-profit that would raise money to support individuals (and their families) in Stevens County facing cancer

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Cheney Is a Commuter’s Haven and College Town With a Big Heart

By Huckleberry Press / May 8, 2023 /
Chris Grover, Cheney Mayor

As we enter May, the warmer weather brings more opportunities to get outside, have fun, and meet new people. If you’re looking for fun on May 12th and 13th, you don’t want to miss Cheney’s annual Mayfest!

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Coeur d’Alene Business Aims to Empower People to Create Their Own Sushi

By Huckleberry Press / May 4, 2023 /
Isaac Cunnington

“Many people who’ve had bad first-time sushi experiences (like me) decide from that experience that they don’t like sushi. But sometimes it’s a matter of not having experienced high-quality, fresh ingredients that are tailored to their tastes. And for another, having sushi at restaurants is often incredibly expensive!! I decided to change that,” Isaac shares.

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Courage to Grow Farms Wins First Place in Local Pitch Competition

By Huckleberry Press / May 2, 2023 /
Shaneese Dunigan

Shaneese and Philip have a vision of training the next wave of farmers in regenerative farming practices. “We left our corporate jobs in 2019 to become farmers with very little but a hope, a dream, and a book called The Urban Farmer by Curtis Stone.

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Loving Mom, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist: Is Dezirea Blumig Spokane’s Superwoman?

By Huckleberry Press / April 27, 2023 /

“As for me, I’ve also wanted to be a business owner who operates with honesty, integrity, and fairness regardless of the industry. Both of us have the intention of being the boss that we would have wanted during our years in the workforce,”

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We Can All Support Our Local Economy With Live Local Inland Northwest

By Huckleberry Press / April 25, 2023 /
Mariah McKay

Spokane Independent Metro Business Alliance (SIMBA), a local nonprofit, is equally passionate about creating opportunities for local businesses in the Inland Northwest to thrive.

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Building Hope and Improving Access to Affordable Homes in Spokane Since 1987

By Huckleberry Press / April 2, 2023 /
Chief Executive Officer Michelle Girardot of Habitat for Humanity-Spokane

Many people in the United States (and around the world) have struggled with housing instability and securing access to affordable housing. With the COVID-19 pandemic, access to affordable housing has become an even bigger challenge. Habitat for Humanity-Spokane has been helping alleviate this problem since it was founded in 1987, and continues to tackle this obstacle from a variety of angles.

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