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New initiative to pay for college for all Inland Northwest students

SPOKANE, Wash. — A new era of philanthropy and opportunity is dawning in the Inland Northwest, as reported by our news partner, Coeur d'Alene Press. On Monday, the Innovia Foundation announced LaunchNW, a community and economic vitality initiative that will span 20 counties in North Idaho and eastern Washington. The initiative will impact urban and rural communities across Innovia's service region, including 150,000 students and more than a million residents.
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Advancing opportunity, prosperity, growth

A new era of philanthropy and opportunity is dawning in the Inland Northwest. On Monday, the Innovia Foundation announced LaunchNW, a community and economic vitality initiative that will span 20 counties in North Idaho and eastern Washington. The initiative will impact urban and rural communities across Innovia's service region, including 150,000 students and more than a million residents.
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COEUR d’ALENE — Britt Thurman has been executive director of the Museum of North Idaho for 18 months. While she’s enjoying it, there are days when she’s not sure how well she’s doing her job. She can erase any doubts. As of May 5, she...
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