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Inland Journal, May 24, 2018

Inland Journal for May 24, 2018

    ?    We go to Sandpoint, Idaho to explore what people think about Burlington Northern railroad’s proposal to build three new rail bridges, including one that crosses Lake Pend Oreille.
    ?    This week Avista announced plans to install new ‘smart’ electric meters and sensors on gas meters for its Washington customers.
    ?    May is National Stroke Awareness Month. We’ll talk with a Spokane Symphony musician about his recovery from a stroke.
    ?    We’ll learn more about a new project by WSU sleep researchers exploring why sleep impairment causes us to make bad decisions.
    ?    Several organizations in Spokane are doing what they can to inspire a more entrepreneurial economy. They include the University of Washington, which opened a branch office of its CoMotion program in Spokane. We talk with two CoMotion managers about developing an entrepreneurial infrastructure here.