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Business Start-Up and Support for All

By Huckleberry Press / November 26, 2023 /
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Business ownership. Entrepreneurship. Economic Development. Intergenerational accumulation of wealth. Public libraries. The relationships between these may be apparent for some items on the list, less so for others.

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Kelley Hudson, Spokane artist on building an art career in 2023

By Huckleberry Press / August 4, 2023 /
Kelley Hudson

To make a single statement as an artist is to ignore exactly what art and creativity are all about. To be an artist is to be a person in love with their own, private evolution.

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Tyler Hathaway, owner of Patriots Marketing of America, on how to market your business in 2023

By Huckleberry Press / July 28, 2023 /
Tyler Hathaway

Join Huckleberry Press Editor Val Mohney in an exciting conversation with Tyler Hathaway, the visionary owner of Patriots Marketing of America. In this engaging interview, Tyler shares his wealth of knowledge and creative ideas on marketing and business strategies in both the Spokane and national markets. If you’re looking to drive your business forward and stand out from the competition, this video is a must-watch. Gain valuable insights and discover innovative marketing approaches to elevate your brand. Don’t miss out on this empowering discussion between two marketing experts. Hit the play button now and unlock the secrets to success!

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A Conversation with Huckleberry Press Editor Val Mohney

By Huckleberry Press / July 22, 2023 /
Val Mohney

If you are a long time reader of the Huckleberry Press, you have been privy to the evolution of this “old-school-style publication illuminating the essence of Americana.”

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Jonathan Biron, Spokane’s Small Business Incubator on being successful in 2023

By Huckleberry Press / July 13, 2023 /
Jonathan Biron

Join Val Mohney, owner and editor of the Huckleberry Press, in an insightful interview with Jonathan Biron, a small business incubator.

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Denny Carmen: Inspired By Art

By Huckleberry Press / June 13, 2023 /
Denny Carmen

After spending many years as a volunteer, Denny Carman had built up a reputation as someone who has significantly grown the local art community. Denny’s passion has always been to help children, the disabled, and veterans through an inclusive and supportive art program. Denny has since established the Chrysalis Gallery in Spokane which allows local artists to get their art out to the public free of charge and help grow their artwork simultaneously.

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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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Huckleberry Press Editor Val Mohney interviews Kevin Weir of Action Coach Business Coaching

By Huckleberry Press / May 10, 2023 /
Kevin Weir

In this interview, Val Mohney, the editor of Huckleberry Press, sits down with Kevin Weir, a seasoned business coach from Action Coach in Spokane.

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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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