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A bill headed to the governor affirms deal the Tulalip Tribes reached with the state and county.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow also said young, healthy people should keep going to work.
Boeing said the matter involves documentation of parts and is not a safety issue.
The conclusions say little or nothing about the performance of Ethiopian Airlines or its flight crew.
NASA hasn’t decided yet if it will require another crew-less launch or let astronauts on board.
The event’s organizers have offered refunds to anyone staying home out of fear of COVID-19.
Kelly Jane Heindel started her own Everett business cleaning boats — from wheelhouse to waterline.
Certification of the plane was “grossly insufficient,” investigators said.
At Boeing, a sick worker prompted the company to send him and others home and scrub their work area.
“Once the unemployment rate notches higher, that’s when a recession becomes a real threat.”
Nationwide, 42% of all businesses are owned by women. That a startling transformation in 50 years.
Major business gatherings have been canceled.
Diane Symms plans to retire and let her daughter take the reins at the chain’s three establishments.
More than one million passengers have flown in or out of Everett. Is it time for bigger airplanes?
Grandma’s in da Kitchen seven days a week, and owner Sharon Tolbert says a day off will have to wait.
Snohomish County has dedicated 100th Street SW to a local champion for commercial air service.
Managers worry about not having enough workers when the company restarts output of the trouble plane.
First phase could include housing, retail and office space, or a combination of those.
New Tech Industries, a Mukilteo aerospace firm, hopes to bring all its employees back to work soon.
Local government sent 49 letters to entice wine makers, including a dozen in a neighboring town.