Saturday, November 5, 2011

Mi casa and meatloaf

The Casa de Oro on Highway 95 in Coeur d'Alene will soon serve meatloaf sandwiches.
The menu change follows on the heels of a change in venue.
Simply put, the Mexican fare is being replaced by hubba bubba home cooking, according to Matthew Behringer and his Inland Business blog.
Matt also writes about two Coeur d'Alene Tribe projects:

"The Coeur d Alene Tribe is wrapping up one project and in mid-project on another on their reservation near Plummer and Worley. The one that is basicly done is The Gathering Place Apartments, which is affordable apartments for Tribal members.The other is a new bus barn for the partial tribe owned Citylink bus service which is the city bus service in Kootenai County and part of Benewah."

His blog also tells that West Corp., which provides customer service call centers for several large companies at two Spokane locations, will be hire 250 more employees for its downtown Spokane center. Applications  are online at www.westemployment.com.

Follow Matt's blog at http://www.inlandbusiness.blogspot.com/

Ralph Bartholdt
Agent Keller Williams Coeur d'Alene 
http://www.kw.com/kw/agent/ralphbartholdt
208-582-1867  

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