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Made in the Northwest: Lite-Check

It's a local company that plays a critical role in keeping semi trucks safe on the road. Lite-Check has been in business for nearly 35 years, but it continues to create new products to improve diagnostic trailer testing. Derek Deis has the details in Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Selkirk Sport

Looking for a socially distanced sport that the whole family can enjoy? How about pickleball? Selkirk Sport in Hayden has been making premium pickleball paddles for the last six years and just released its best product yet. Derek Deis went to check it out in our latest edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Mountain Dog making protective products

When coronavirus struck, Mountain Dog Sign Company, like so many other local businesses, was quick to figure out how it could help the community. 4 News Now's Derek Deis visited the Spokane Valley company to see the new products its making to combat COVID-19 in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Mauk Fishing Stuff

Now that you're able to go fishing on our local lakes and rivers again, you probably want to make sure your fishing tackle is covered. Mauk Fishing Stuff, which was invited to the White House in 2018, can help with that. Derek Deis met with owner Mike Mauk for this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Gizmo CDA making face masks and face shields

Gizmo CDA is a makerspace that gives people access to tools to help build skills and creative confidence. But now, members of the Coeur d'Alene non-profit are using those tools to build much needed products during the pandemic. Derek Deis explains in this Made in the Northwest story.

Made in the Northwest: Lumberbeard Brewing

It's one of Spokane's newest breweries. But like many local businesses, Lumberbeard Brewing is now trying to survive the coronavirus shutdown. Derek Deis has the story in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Athol Orchards

Everyone has had maple syrup on their pancakes, but what about apple cider syrup? It's being made locally at Athol Orchards and it's become a big hit with customers. Derek Deis drove to Athol to learn more about the syrup, and the family's big plans for its farm, in Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Iron Goat Brewing

In less than a decade, it's made a name for itself as one of Spokane's most popular craft breweries. Iron Goat Brewing's taproom is also helping revitalize the west end of downtown. Drink in the details with Derek Deis' latest Made in the Northwest story.

Made in the Northwest: Longhorn Barbecue Production Center

It's a genuine, Texas style barbecue, made right here in the Inland Northwest. Since 1984, the Longhorn Barbecue Production Center has been making tens of thousands of pounds of barbecue for local stores each week. Derek Deis has the delicious details in Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: JK Custom Boots

It's a family owned business that's been handcrafting boots for over a quarter century. JK Custom Boots in North Spokane was started by a father with a dream for his family. And as Derek Deis explains, it's a dream that's now coming true.

Made in the Northwest: Ornamental Gate and Fence

It's been making intricate, automatic driveway gates for more than two decades. Ornamental Gate and Fence in Mead aims to take your idea and turn it into a piece of art. Derek Deis has the story in our latest edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Wings Tinctures

SPOKANE, Wash. - Shari Blum's 6-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, has Angelman Syndrome. The disorder comes with severe developmental disabilities, seizures, movement and balance problems and speech impairment, if they're able to…

Made in the Northwest: Post Falls Brewing Company

It's a microbrewery that's really making a name for itself in North Idaho. Post Falls Brewing Company was founded three and a half years ago and has been growing ever since.Derek Deis pores over all the details in Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Tate Technology

When you use your cell phone or stop at a stop light, you're likely using electronics made by Tate Technology. The Spokane company has been around for almost 30 years. And thanks to a new facility, it's poised to keep growing. 4 News Now's Derek Deis has the story in this edition of Made in the Northwest. 

Made in the Northwest: Britz Designs

Britz Designs makes two totally different products. They're both designed to make your life easier, whether you're relaxing at the lake or trying to feed your family.