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EvCC adds new program to train new kind of workforce

EVERETT – Unlike decades ago, the current surge in demand for welders and other vocational skills in the Puget Sound region is more than a search for blue-collar workers.Increasingly specialized industry requires knowledge of robotics, electronics, programming and...

Date: 02/05/2016 | Business

Cadence-Giddens Machinists to vote on first contract

EVERETT — Machinists union members at Cadence Aerospace-Giddens are voting Friday on the company’s final and best offer for a three-year contract.

Date: 02/04/2016 | Business

Shrinking inventory challenges Snohomish County home buyers

Supply continues to be a problem for the Snohomish County real estate market.The total number of active residential listings in the county dropped from 1,918 homes and condos in January 2015 to 1,267 last month. That's a decline of 34 percent year over year.And...

Date: 02/04/2016 | Business

Tax breaks cloud talk on aerospace industry

OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday trumpeted the accomplishments of Washington’s aerospace industry the past century and declared “the sky’s the limit” in the years ahead.

Date: 02/04/2016 | Local News

1st Security completes purchase of Olympic Peninsula branches

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — 1st Security Bank announced last week that it completed the purchase of four branches of Bank of America on the Olympic Peninsula.The move increases the size of the Mountlake Terrace-headquartered bank from seven branches to 11. The four branches...

Date: 02/04/2016 | Business

Two new execs join Mountain Pacific Bank

Mountain Pacific Bank has hired two new executives. April Hogan joins the Everett-headquartered bank as a senior vice president, retail banking officer. She will be responsible for all sales, service, marketing and operation of the bank retail channels.

Date: 02/04/2016 | Business

Back in the race

Shell-maker Pocock Boats, legendary back in the day, is resurgent

Date: 02/03/2016 | Business

Haggen auction for core stores delayed until next week

An auction for the 33 core Haggen grocery stores has been pushed back from Friday to Feb. 11.

Date: 02/02/2016 | Business

WSU adds software engineering program at Everett center

EVERETT — Students can now apply for a software engineering program to be offered starting this fall at Washington State University in Everett.The number of students accepted into the program depends upon the level of interest. It will be the fifth degree program...

Date: 02/02/2016 | Business

County businesses confident about growth, survey says

EVERETT — A new economic study finds that most businesses surveyed in Snohomish County expect economic stability or growth this coming year and a majority expect revenues to increase year over year.Everett's Coastal Community Bank is working with Western Washington...

Date: 02/02/2016 | Business

Officials: Transit measure needed to fix congestion, help businesses

Congestion around the region is more than inconvenient; it's a threat to jobs and businesses.That's what elected officials say about the bumper-to-bumper traffic that's only getting worse around the Puget Sound area."Getting from Everett to Seattle or...

Date: 02/01/2016 | Business

Glitches delay voting on contract offer to Boeing engineers

EVERETT — Printing and mailing errors have delayed voting on a contract offer to white-collar union members at the Boeing Co.

Date: 02/01/2016 | Business

Everett Clinic to move out of Trask building downtown

EVERETT — The Everett Clinic plans to conduct its final surgery Friday — a lymph node biopsy — at the Trask Surgery Center in downtown.For 15 years, the clinic has performed about 6,000 a surgeries a year at the three-story, 31,000-square-foot building at...

Date: 01/29/2016 | Business

Premera plans to trim 40 positions

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Health insurer Premera Blue Cross announced Thursday it is eliminating 40 mainly sales staff jobs.The cuts come as the company expands a partnership with an outside vendor to take sales calls from people seeking to buy on the individual market, or...

Date: 01/28/2016 | Business

Boeing plans $141M in bonuses for white-collar workers

EVERETT — Bonuses for Boeing’s white-collar workers are down for the second year in a row.

Date: 01/28/2016 | Local News

3 generations, 75 years

Bob and Cory Long carry on the legacy at Judd & Black

Date: 01/27/2016 | Business

Incredible early years in Everett

The Boeing Century: Birth of the 747 at Paine Field

Date: 01/24/2016 | Local News

Boeing to cut 747 rate to 6 a year, hopes to avoid layoffs

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. announced a further 747 production rate cut, an announcement analysts likened to a swan song.

Date: 01/21/2016 | Business

Good news for Boeing, bad news for Bombardier

Economics is not a zero-sum game, but selling airplanes can be in the short term.So, Boeing’s win today is Bombardier’s loss — and a particularly stinging loss for the Canadian company’s struggling CSeries.

Date: 01/21/2016 | Aerospace Blog

War of words between Boeing, unions at tax-break hearing

OLYMPIA — The Boeing Co. and some of its employees squared off Tuesday on whether state lawmakers should impose new conditions on the massive tax break that helped land the 777X program in Everett.

Date: 01/20/2016 | Local News

County saw manufacturing boom while jobs disappeared elsewhere

John Monroe had a front-row seat to Snohomish County's manufacturing boom. With the opening of Boeing's first Everett plant in 1967, he witnessed his hometown transition from predominantly a mill town to the advanced manufacturing juggernaut it is today. A 2015...

Date: 01/20/2016 | Business

Robinson’s bill would tie Boeing tax breaks to Washington jobs

OLYMPIA — An Everett lawmaker renewed her efforts Monday to tie the state’s huge tax break for the Boeing Co. with the number of people the aerospace giant employs in Washington.

Date: 01/19/2016 | Local News

Kangaroo jerky, duck jerky, alligator jerky ...

When a new beef jerky store in Tulalip sent a press release promoting kangaroo meat snacks, I hopped right on it.Marsupial meat? What's up with that? A jerky store?Double what's up with that?

Date: 01/19/2016 | Whats Up With That?

Displaced by courthouse plan, attorneys want to buy land back

EVERETT — One set of attorneys displaced by Snohomish County's mothballed courthouse project wants the chance to buy back their old building.Melissa and Brian Sullivan's former practice on Rockefeller Avenue has remained vacant in the year-plus since the county

Date: 01/18/2016 | Local News

Public restrooms planned for downtown Edmonds

EDMONDS — Visitors may soon be able to linger longer in the downtown shopping district.The city plans to have new public restrooms installed by this summer, the busiest season for local merchants."Public restrooms are one of the top issues for...

Date: 01/18/2016 | Local News

Local independent grocers face new challenges on the Web

The way millennials shop is changing the grocery business, says local grocer Mike Trask, and smaller independent stores will need to embrace new technologies to survive.Owner of the Granite Falls and Edmonds IGA stores, Trask, 61, was recently named chairman of the board of...

Date: 01/18/2016 | Business

Fog from low ventilation closes McMenamins pool in Bothell

The pool at McMenamins Anderson School in Bothell is closed until further notice while additional ventilation is installed to reduce a thick fog that makes it difficult to see people in the water.

Date: 01/15/2016 | Local News

Everett Clinic elects new president for board of directors

EVERETT — A rheumatologist has been elected to serve as president of the board of directors for The Everett Clinic.Dr. Shawn Slack was elected by the clinic's physician shareholders. He takes over for cardiologist Harold Dash, who served 11 years as president for the...

Date: 01/15/2016 | Business

Lynnwood company to design, build assembly line for Airbus

LYNNWOOD — Airbus Group has turned for help to a 100-person engineering firm in Lynnwood as it ramps up A320 production to breakneck rates.The European airplane maker tapped

Date: 01/14/2016 | Business

Grocery Outlet, Petco stores coming to Stanwood

STANWOOD — Construction is under way downtown on a 28,000-square-foot building meant to house a new Grocery Outlet and Petco.

Date: 01/14/2016 | Business

Boeing, SPEEA agree on tentative contracts through 2022

EVERETT — Boeing and its engineering union have reached tentative contract deals after weeks of secret talks that culminated in a week of marathon negotiating sessions in windowless conference rooms at a Bellevue hotel.The

Date: 01/13/2016 | Business

Arlington, Darrington economic plan advances in competition

TULALIP — The cities of Arlington and Darrington have been selected as semifinalists in a three-year, $10 million competition geared toward helping communities boost their economies.They are among 15 semifinalists in a program that started with 138 applications from...

Date: 01/13/2016 | Business

Small business center seeks long-term funding solution

EVERETT — The small business development center for Snohomish County cobbled together enough money to keep the doors open in 2016 but needs to find a stable source of funding to last beyond this year.

Date: 01/13/2016 | Business

Olympic medalist, triathlete experience success with Lynnwood gym

Turns out converting a former auto body shop into another kind of body business enhances local air quality. "Most gyms have no windows so there's no fresh air. Here we can roll up the sides because it was a garage. It sure helps with what I call gym breath,"...

Date: 01/13/2016 | Business

Trinity Lutheran College in downtown Everett to close

EVERETT — Students at Trinity Lutheran College returned to class Monday to start the spring semester.On Tuesday, they learned this semester would be their last.The school will cease all instruction May 7, said Jim Lindus,...

Date: 01/12/2016 | Local News

Developer eyes 10-acre Port of Everett industrial parcel

EVERETT — A California developer has offered to buy nearly 10 acres of industrial land in northeast Everett from the Port of Everett for about $2.85 million.The proposed sale comes after months of negotiations with Panattoni...

Date: 01/12/2016 | Business

Manna Mills to close after seeing ‘niche vanish’

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — A rising tide of gluten-free foods into mainstream stores, along with the popularity of, has cost a local natural food store its livelihood.Manna Mills Natural Market in Mountlake Terrace will close its doors at the end of this month,...

Date: 01/11/2016 | Business

Whistle Workwear expands in Everett, keeps its sense of quirk

EVERETT — Whistle Workwear started 20 years ago in Puyallup, but one of its busiest stores has always been the location in Everett.That's why the business moved into a new location at 10203 Evergreen Way, filling the storefront once occuped by Pacific Fabrics. At...

Date: 01/08/2016 | Business

Port of Everett had a very busy year

EVERETT — Construction work in Canada and undersea oil exploration off Alaska helped keep the Port of Everett busy this past year. Port commissioners approved a

Date: 01/08/2016 | Business

PUD officially pulls the plug on tidal-energy project

EVERETT — Snohomish County Public Utility District is closing the book on its mulitmillion-dollar experiment to draw electricity from ocean tides.The

Date: 01/07/2016 | Local News

Some WSU medical school doctors will be trained in Everett

EVERETT — In the not-too-distant future, you may be saying ‘Aaaahh' to a doctor in training.Washington State University plans to teach medical students in Everett after it launches its new medical school.The idea is that students will spend the first...

Date: 01/06/2016 | Business

‘The male-centric salon’

A Bothell spa for men features beer on tap ... and much more

Date: 01/05/2016 | Whats Up With That?

New road in Arlington will serve business park

A new road will be added to the grid in Arlington as part of a new business park planned for the

Date: 01/04/2016 | Street Smarts

Recent health care group mergers signify an industry in flux

EVERETT — Monolithic forces seem to be reshaping health care industries in America: sweeping federal regulations, escalating drug costs, and an aging population demanding top-shelf care, among others.

Date: 01/03/2016 | Business

Despite opposition, Lake Stevens gravel mine given permission to expand

LAKE STEVENS — A gravel mine off Highway 92 has been given permission to expand the size and scope of its operations despite objections and a formal appeal from neighbors.

Date: 01/02/2016 | Local News

A look back at the biggest local business news of 2015

It'll probably be written about in business textbooks, explored in college classrooms.Haggen Food & Pharmacy surprised everyone by buying 146 grocery stores during the Albertsons-Safeway merger.Within months, problems emerged and the fallout could threaten...

Date: 12/30/2015 | Business

Casual dress code

Edmonds designers build T-shirt empire

Date: 12/28/2015 | Business

Straight talk, solid advice

Listen to KSER host and you can get your dough to rise

Date: 12/23/2015 | Business

Shipyard business booms

Marysville’s Hansen Boat Co. has enough work for next 5 years

Date: 12/22/2015 | Local News

Coffee geek's paradise

Lynnwood store helps you get your favorite cup of joe at home

Date: 12/21/2015 | Business

State’s Liquor and Cannabis Board to boost number of pot stores

OLYMPIA — Marijuana stores could multiply in Everett, Arlington, Edmonds and other cities in Snohomish County under a plan to allow more retailers statewide.Washington's Liquor and Cannabis Board has decided

Date: 12/21/2015 | Local News

Monroe chamber director takes state lodging and restaurant association position

MONROE — The city is losing its marketing guru. Monroe Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Una Wirkebau is leaving the job effective Dec. 31. She has held the post, building support for events and bolstering business. since February 2013.

Date: 12/21/2015 | Business

Shareholders OK Everett Clinic buyout

The Everett Clinic’s shareholders have voted to be bought out by DaVita HealthCare Partners. The tally from Sunday’s vote and the deal’s financial terms have not been disclosed. Two-thirds of the 250 doctors who own the Everett Clinic had to approve the proposed deal.

Date: 12/20/2015 | Local News

Boeing, Lockheed continue fight to overturn bomber contract

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. is continuing with its protest of the U.S. Air Force’s choice of Northrup Grumman to build a next-generation stealth bomber.

Date: 12/18/2015 | Aerospace Blog

Aluminum industry woes felt deeply in state

When Marc Norman started working at Alcoa Intalco Works in 1994, the plant west of Ferndale was one of five major aluminum producers in Washington.

Date: 12/18/2015 | Business

PUD’s plans for power facility at Sunset Falls draws fire

EVERETT — The Snohomish County Public Utility District is close to filing the first of two applications for federal approval to build a hydroelectric power plant at Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish River near Index.

Date: 12/16/2015 | Local News

Everett animal lab to test drugs for nuclear-attack survivors

An Everett laboratory will help test medicine that could be used to treat survivors of a nuclear attack.SNBL USA won a federal contract to be one of the laboratories in a pool used to determine what medicine would be best to treat radiation poisoning."God...

Date: 12/16/2015 | Business

Boeing picks Goodyear to supply 777X tires

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. has picked the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. to make the tires for the 777X airliner, which Boeing plans to assemble in Everett. Goodyear is supplying its Flight Radial tire for the 777X’s landing gear, the Akron, Ohio-based company said.

Date: 12/14/2015 | Aerospace Blog

Snohomish firm brings metal edge to design

In Ryan Gagnon's world, welding and metal fabrication give ideas solid form and an industrial edginess.From gates, stairways and railings, to bar stools, beer towers and stainless-steel countertops, to reclaimed-wood tables and wine-bottle holders — the list goes on...

Date: 12/14/2015 | Business

Arlington’s Penway Media boosted by adult coloring book trend

ARLINGTON — Penway Media was busy this past fall printing tens of thousands of adult coloring books for the holiday season.Printing copies of "Color Me Your Way 4" gave a boost to the...

Date: 12/12/2015 | Business

New Fluke Corp. parent, based in Everett, has a name: Fortive

EVERETT — And now the new company has a name.Danaher Corp., based in Washington, D.C., is spinning off 22 brands, including Everett's Fluke Corp., into a new company to be headquartered in Everett called Fortive.Fortive...

Date: 12/11/2015 | Business

Investors' status uncertain

Feds want to end accused Everett developer’s role in visa program

Date: 12/11/2015 | Business

Everett Clinic plans expansion in Shoreline, Lynnwood, south Everett

The Everett Clinic has signed a lease to open a new 40,000-square-foot clinic in Shoreline and also is planning new clinics in Lynnwood and south Everett within two years.The health-care provider expects to start treating people in September in the Shoreline Marketplace at...

Date: 12/10/2015 | Business

'Deadliest Catch' star, distiller team up to make spirit

It'll be a small batch, maybe 250 to 300 bottles.And nobody knows for sure how it will turn out.But Everett's Bluewater Organic Distilling is teaming up with Capt. Keith Colburn of "The Deadliest Catch" fame to create a traditional Scandinavian spirit...

Date: 12/09/2015 | Business

Heritage continues push into Seattle

When Whidbey Island Bank merged with Heritage Bank last year, one of the unstated goals was to expand the combined bank's presence in Seattle.It made sense geographically. Whidbey Island's coverage reached from the Canadian border to north King County. Heritage's area was...

Date: 12/07/2015 | Business

Ready to fly higher

Future of Flight officials plan growth at 10-year-old center

Date: 12/04/2015 | Local News

Growing Aviation Technical Services adds new exec

EVERETT — As Aviation Technical Services grows, it has added some new faces.

Date: 12/03/2015 | Aerospace Blog

The Skotdal family: 'Contributing to the momentum' in downtown Everett

Norwegian immigrant Almer Skotdal arrived in the U.S. like so many others seeking a better life. He came to Everett in 1930, slept on a cot at the local YMCA, and made plans to start his first venture, West Coast Dairy. Some 35 years later, he sold the company and invested...

Date: 12/03/2015 | Business

Boeing finishes detailed design of 787-10, the biggest Dreamliner

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. has passed a key milestone toward starting production of the 787-10, the biggest version of the Dreamliner family of commercial jetliners. The company said on Wednesday that its engineers have finished what is called detailed design for the...

Date: 12/02/2015 | Aerospace Blog

Low homeownership rate could make Everett ripe for renewal

In a city of rentals, the house at 2311 19th St. in north Everett could be a tipping point.

Date: 12/02/2015 | Business

‘Opening the books’ on Boeing tax breaks: Millions last year

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. saved $20 million on its state tax bill last year for starting construction on new buildings for its 777X jetliner in Everett. That money is just a small slice of the overall savings Boeing had in 2014 due to...

Date: 12/01/2015 | Business

Former policy director hired as CEO of Economic Alliance

Economic Alliance Snohomish County tapped someone with ties to the community and a background in economic development to be the organization’s new president and CEO.

Date: 12/01/2015 | Business

Appliance recycler Jaco shuts down, laying off 154 locally

BOTHELL — Jaco Environmental, a company that billed itself as one of the largest appliance recycling services in the United States, has shut down, laying off 154 employees in Everett and Bothell.Jaco Environmental started 26 years ago in Snohomish County. The company,...

Date: 11/30/2015 | Business

Skotdal's Aero Apartments land in downtown Everett

EVERETT — It's the latest in a long line of projects expected to bring people and, hopefully, a new sense of energy to downtown Everett.The seven-story Aero Apartments has opened at the corner of Hewitt and Rucker avenues. Already more than half of the 102 apartments...

Date: 11/30/2015 | Business

It's holiday shopping time

Retailers are pushing sales earlier

Date: 11/27/2015 | Business

Albertsons buys Everett store from Haggen; Monroe store in limbo

Albertsons received court approval Wednesday to purchase 10 stores in Washington from Haggen, including the one at 7601 Evergreen Way in Everett.But Albertsons withdrew a bid for the Haggen store at 19881 U.S. 2 in Monroe after the company couldn't reach a deal with the...

Date: 11/25/2015 | Business

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...

Date: 11/25/2015 | Business

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 corporate institution for 16 years. He was stunned when his company's line of credit was abruptly halved due to...

Date: 11/25/2015 | Business

Wave of Chinese investment coming to Western Washington?

BELLINGHAM — In his office on Newmarket Street in the Barkley District, Patrick Starr entered search terms into an online real estate database and came up with a list of properties for sale for more than $4 million in King County.An untrained eye might not have noticed...

Date: 11/24/2015 | Business

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 coming online north of Costco.The 4,400-square-foot restaurant and bar expects to employ 80 people at...

Date: 11/23/2015 | Business

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 hobby so he played around with flavors. He added cranberries during the fermentation process. It proved...

Date: 11/20/2015 | Business

Mountain Pacific's survival story

Everett bank got into construction to weather recession

Date: 11/18/2015 | Business

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 credit union founded in 1936 by a Seattle math and journalism teacher. The other branches are in...

Date: 11/17/2015 | Business

Boeing forecasts fast growth in Latin America

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. slightly increased its 20-year forecast for

Date: 11/16/2015 | Aerospace Blog

Korean comfort

Lynnwood spa brings Eastern-style pampering to Northwest

Date: 11/16/2015 | Business

Boeing plane production greater than market forecasts call for

EVERETT — The world's two biggest airplane makers are making more airplanes than ever before, and plan to make even more. But based on analysis of their own market projections, the Boeing Co. and Airbus Group are making more airplanes than the market needs. Either...

Date: 11/15/2015 | Business

Albertsons seeks to buy back Haggen stores in Everett, Monroe

BELLINGHAM — Albertsons outbid competitors for the right to buy 33 grocery stores from bankrupt Haggen in an auction this week in Los Angeles. Among them were stores in Everett and Monroe. But an agreement between Albertsons and the Federal Trade Commission seems to cast doubt on...

Date: 11/13/2015 | Business

Grocery Outlet gears up to open in Arlington next week

ARLINGTON — Grocery Outlet plans to open in Arlington next week, partially filling the void left after Food Pavilion and Haggen closed last year.The store at 123 E. Burke Ave. will employ between 35 to 40 and will be owned by husband-and-wife team, Michael and...

Date: 11/13/2015 | Business

Boeing considers faster assembly rate for 777X

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. is considering making its new 777X jetliner at a historically high rate for a mini-jumbo airplane.The company is making sure it can make about 125 777Xs a year if demand is that high. That would be a 25 percent increase over the production rate...

Date: 11/13/2015 | Business

Embraer names Lynnwood’s Nova-Tech Engineering as its top supplier in 2015

LYNNWOOD — Brazilian airplane maker Embraer has named Lynnwood-based Nova-Tech Engineering as its top supplier in 2015.The award was announced Wednesday at Embraer’s supplier conference in Brazil.

Date: 11/12/2015 | Aerospace Blog

PUD's experimental energy storage system is missing crucial software

EVERETT — An experimental project that spurred a whistleblower complaint at the Snohomish PUD is running and churning out data for more research and development work.The PUD hopes the project can help the utility drive down the cost of its power grid and make greater...

Date: 11/12/2015 | Local News

WSU wants to launch agriculture-related programs at Everett campus

OLYMPIA — Washington State University wants to expand its offerings in Everett if the governor and state lawmakers will provide the money.Officials are seeking...

Date: 11/12/2015 | Local News

With more work locally, Lynden construction firm opens Puget Sound area office

WOODINVILLE — Faber Construction, based in Lynden, opened an office in Woodinville in October to expand its presence in the Puget Sound area.The new office, at 18800 142nd Ave. N.E., in Woodinville, is part of a proactive approach to handling business in the area,...

Date: 11/12/2015 | Business

Mukilteo aerospace supplier ElectroImpact expanding

MUKILTEO — ElectroImpact is getting bigger.The aerospace supplier plans on adding a new building with a mix of offices and a soaring assembly bay to handle growing demand for the company's robotic assembly machines.ElectroImpact makes machines that make...

Date: 11/11/2015 | Business

Everett's Coastal Community Bank emerges stronger after recession

By all accounts, the past decade did a number on Washington's banks.In 2006, more than 100 were headquartered in the state. Due to a mixture of mergers, acquisitions and closings, less than half remain today. The number of banks headquartered in Snohomish County...

Date: 11/11/2015 | Business

Haggen seeks permission to sell even its core grocery stores

BELLINGHAM — Haggen Food & Pharmacy is now exploring whether to sell all of its stores.The Bellingham-based grocer has asked for court approval to allow an auction even of its "core stores" — the 37 successful Northwest stores around which the...

Date: 11/10/2015 | Business

National homebuilder starts Lake Stevens project

LAKE STEVENS — A national homebuilder that has developed several projects in the Puget Sound area is starting to market a new development in Lake Stevens.

Date: 11/10/2015 | Business

Boeing ends Dubai airshow drought with $8 billion 737 deal from Jet

Boeing announced an order for 75 of its 737 single-aisle airliners with a list price of about $8 billion from Jet Airways India, ending a sales drought at the biennial Dubai Air Show.

Date: 11/09/2015 | Business Wire

Vertical World to open bigger, more challenging gym

It will be a whole new place to tackle gravity.The owners of Vertical World Everett plan to build a new indoor rock climbing gym just south of Paine Field. The gym called Vertical World North will feature 20,000 square feet of climbing space, about three times...

Date: 11/09/2015 | Business

Swedish Edmonds opens new emergency department Tuesday

EDMONDS — It may be the most welcoming place you never want to visit.Swedish Edmonds unveiled the hospital’s new emergency department on Saturday.

Date: 11/08/2015 | Local News

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