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Saturday, October 3, 2015

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Artists bring whimsy to McMenamins entertainment complex in Bothell

BOTHELL — There's magic in McMenamin land. “The excitement and electricity in the air is quite palpable,” said longtime McMenamins artist Olivia Behm, at Bothell's historic Anderson School. “You start feeling it on the...[Read more]


Renton-based bank opens branch in Mill Creek, plans another in Edmonds

First Financial Northwest Bank has opened a branch in Mill Creek and plans to open a second one in Edmonds by early next year. It's the Renton-based bank's first foray into...[Read more]

Wave of retiring baby boomers put their businesses on the market

BELLINGHAM — Hans Wendt has spent the past two decades doing what he loves — baking at his Great Harvest Bread franchise in Bellingham. Now, 18 years after he...[Read more]

At last, first Boeing KC-46 Pegasus tanker flies away

EVERETT — After months of delay and hundreds of millions of dollars in cost overruns, a military version of the Boeing Co. aerial-refueling tanker flew for the first...[Read more]

Haggen wants to close 100 stores including ones in Everett, Monroe

Grocery chain Haggen wants to close 100 stores including its location in Everett and another in Monroe that are losing money and unlikely to be sold as a “going concern,”...[Read more]

Boeing confirms it will do 737 interiors, painting in China

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. will indeed construct a 737 completion center in China, in cooperation with that country's jetliner manufacturer, Commercial Aircraft...[Read more]

China's leader tours Boeing after big jetliner deal

EVERETT — Chinese President Xi Jinping toured the Boeing Co. factory at Paine Field on Wednesday, shortly after the company confirmed that it will sell 300 jetliners to ...[Read more]

From Vietnam refugee to force behind Evergreen Beauty College

Buzzing blowdryers and snipping shears are the daily melody at Evergreen Beauty College. The Everett campus, one of three in the Puget Sound, enrolls around 130 students...[Read more]

101-story building planned for downtown Seattle

SEATTLE — A Miami-based developer is proposing a 101-story skyscraper in downtown Seattle that, if built, would be the tallest building on the West Coast.Property owner...[Read more]

Crucial Boeing tanker 1st flight follows China leader's visit

EVERETT — It's a big week for the Boeing Co., which will be on display for two of its biggest customers: China and the U.S. Air Force. Both are key cash sources for...[Read more]

Aerospace blog

Watch as Boeing Everett workers assemble a 787-9

I'm still getting caught up after being on vacation for a week. In the meantime, here is a time-lapse video Boeing made of British Airways' first 787-9 Dreamliner being assembled in Everett. Dan Catchpole: 425-339-3454;; Twitter: @dcatchpole. ...[Read more]


Business Wisdom

We must heed pope’s call to serve the poor

Once the choirs have stopped singing and the homilies have been delivered, will Pope Francis’ urging that we all commit to helping the poor make a difference?I hope the pope’s advocacy of the poor not only changes minds but inspires people to become involved in helping the less fortunate.“Each son or daughter of a given country has a mission, a personal and social responsibility,” the pope said...[Read more]


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