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The Spokesman-Review

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The Spokesman-Review

801 W. Riverside Suite 510

Spokane, Washington,99201

United States

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About The Spokesman-Review - Produced by family-owned Cowles Publishing Co. of Spokane, The Spokesman-Review serves Eastern Washington and North Idaho and has a circulation of 97,000 daily and 123,000 Sunday. ...more

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Scott Maben
Scott Maben Scott Maben is the Business Editor.


Former pilot reduces cost, weight of hydroplanes with composites | American Power Boat Association

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The Spokesman-Review Murdo Cameron has something to tell the sport of hydroplane racing: Lighten up already. The retired airline pilot, an innovator in the field of advanced composite materials, says he can transform how thunderboats are built, greatly reducing their weight and cost while making them stronger. And he's well on his way to proving it at an aerospace school near the Coeur d'Alene Airport.


April 2016 First Week Round Up « TRANSITIONS IN GLOBAL EDUCATION

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The article on magicvalley.com by Scott Maben of the Spokesman-Review cites the reasons for the low college-enrolment percentage of Idaho.


News – Idaho Business for Education

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by Scott Maben, The Spokesman-Review


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Scott Maben
Business Editor scottm@spokesman.com (208) 758-0260


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