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Saturday, May 28, 2016

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Glassmaker's impending closure shocks artists

Spectrum Glass Company's unexpected announcement that it's closing, combined with Oregon's crackdown on Portland glass manufacturers because of public health concerns, has sent specialty glass prices soaring and shaken the glass art community....[Read more]

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Master Builders team up to build ramp for Arlington family

ARLINGTON — Each day Dana McCollum watched the couple carry the child, all 64 pounds of her, up and down the five steep and sometimes slippery steps leading from their...[Read more]

Haggen switches to sell only sustainable seafood

Haggen shoppers will probably notice some changes at the seafood counter. Starting this month, Haggen stores are switching to selling only sustainable seafood from its fresh...[Read more]

New-home sales surge to highest level in eight years

Purchases of new homes surged in April to the highest level since the start of 2008, pointing to a robust spring selling season for builders, according to Commerce Department ...[Read more]

Boeing sells 100 planes worth $11.3B to Vietnamís VietJet

NEW YORK ó Boeing Co. is selling 100 aircraft worth about $11.3 billion at list prices to Vietnamís VietJet as the airline seeks to expand its international and domestic...[Read more]

Edmonds girl has eye for fashion

Every artist has a muse, and 9-year-olds are no exception. Kayla Ogunsemore's muse has platinum blonde hair and twinkling hazel eyes. He sits patiently through fittings and...[Read more]

Reichert urges Boeing, Airbus to reconsider business with Iran

Three Congressional members of the Washington delegation, Reps. Dave Reichert, R-Auburn; Cathy McMorris Rogers, R-Spokane; and Dan Newhouse, R-Sunnyside, want Boeing and...[Read more]

Fatal falls continue to plague Snohomish County work sites

LYNNWOOD — Two more workers have lost their lives after falls in Snohomish County. Al Speed, 61, died Wednesday from injuries sustained in an earlier fall while...[Read more]

San Juan Salsa Co. to expand into new digs in Arlington

ARLINGTON ó The San Juan Salsa Co. has broken ground on a 10,000-square-foot food manufacturing plant that will help the business meet a growing demand for its salsas and...[Read more]

Construction of 777X wing building almost done

EVERETT — Work is almost finished on the massive building where the Boeing Co. plans to make the similarly massive wings for its new 777X jetliner. The sound of...[Read more]

Biz bits

Briefs: UW Bothell lecturer receives Fulbright to study public health abroad

UW Bothell lecturer receives Fulbright to study public health abroad University of Washington Bothell lecturer Keya Sen has received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award to conduct public health research in India, China and Bangladesh. Sen is a...[Read more]

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Briefs: WSU students in Everett seek help for travel to Mars rover competition

WSU students in Everett need help with travel costs to Utah Students from the Engineering Club at Washington State University in Everett still need donations to help pay for ...[Read more]

Briefs: Ideal Wellness celebrates opening in Marysville

Ideal Wellness celebrates opening in Marysville Ideal Wellness celebrated its grand opening in Smokey Point/Marysville on May 11. Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring performed the...[Read more]

Aerospace blog

Boeing working on KC-46 tanker fix

Boeing is working on a hardware and software fix for a lingering problem with the KC-46 tankerís aerial refueling system, reports Flightglobal. The problem has prevented the tanker from refueling a C-17 cargo plane, as required by the U.S. Air Force. That has, in turn, delayed the Pentagonís approval of the tankerís production design. Boeing has already begun making tankers at a low-rate. Until...[Read more]

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Business Wisdom

To prosper, create a financial rulebook

Many of the mistakes we make with our money stem from not having guidelines and sticking to them.In recent columns, Iíve given advice to college graduates and young adults on ...[Read more]

Five principles of creating a business logo that works

Did you know the founder of Nike, Phil Knight, initially wanted to call his new shoe company, ďDimension Six?Ē Knight didnít get a great response to this name. Eventually, an ...[Read more]

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