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Monday, November 30, 2015

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Premera confirms job losses, but won't say how many

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Premera Blue Cross is eliminating jobs, but the company won't put a number on how many or release other details. Premera, one of the largest health insurers in the state, has been fielding questions this week from reporters about layoffs, said Eric Earling, the company's director of communications. He acknowledged that the company is cutting jobs, but he declined to...[Read more]


1st Security has Olympic ambitions

The role and importance of a community bank is not often considered until times of transition. Matt Lessard, president of Edmonds-based Wilcox Construction, banked with a...[Read more]

Stevens Pass purchases snow maker for base area

Stevens Pass Mountain Resort has purchased a snow maker for use in the base area. The chairlifts at the ski area are built for mid-season snow depths, not early season...[Read more]

Hop Jack's to open in Smokey Point

MARYSVILLE — Hop Jack's plans to bring its take on the neighborhood gathering place to Smokey Point today when it opens at The Marketplace, the new shopping center...[Read more]

Edmonds cidery finds joy in apple-cranberry mix

EDMONDS – Steve Kaiser made his first batch of hard cider 12 years ago when he was allowed to pick all the apples he wanted at an orchard in Wenatchee. It was just a...[Read more]

Everett's Mountain Pacific Bank pulled through the recession by getting into construction

EVERETT — Mountain Pacific Bank's prospects looked so bleak during the recession that regulators figured the bank would close. The Everett-based bank was heavily...[Read more]

Inspirus Credit Union to open Lynnwood branch next year

LYNNWOOD — Inspirus Credit Union plans to open a Lynnwood branch to serve members who live in Snohomish and north King counties. This will be the third branch for the...[Read more]

Aerospace blog

Boeing fires, reprimands Everett workers for sexting

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. says it has fired and disciplined several workers for “inappropriate personal behavior.”The Everett plant workers had been using company-issued phones for sexting — sending sexually-explicit images by text message, according to sources at the company. The sources were not allowed to publicly speak about the matter.A Boeing spokesman would not comment on what prompted the...[Read more]


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