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“Yet another devastating blow,” said U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen, D-Everett.
For now, the flights will be few and the frills are gone at Everett’s airline terminal.
Wai Eng opened his shop 35 years ago. Once he gets to know you, he knows what to make you. Cash only!
The city selected 50 small businesses and 11 nonprofit service providers for $10,000 to $100,000.
The developer says the filing is a temporary setback that won’t block 112 planned homes near Picnic Point.
“Step Up 2020” aimed to advance racial equity in the workplace and community.
The site in the Port Gardner neighborhood of Everett would provide housing for homeless families.
A state economist said the decline was astounding, but that the economic context must be considered.
The public will have 45 days to comment on the agency’s directives for repairs required on the jet.
Viewpoints were sharply divided between Democrats and Republicans.
Amazon’s 56-year-old founder and the world’s richest person has seen his fortune swell to $189.3 billion.
The Darrington Wood Innovation Center will house manufacturing companies and educational resources.
Many countries are questioning the safety of allowing potentially contagious passengers to disembark.
One aviation union urged the government to invest in greener aircraft and aerospace manufacturing.
Even with a 5.3% decrease in rate of unemployment, the jobless mark is still at 9.8%.
Slidewaters in Chelan said the state’s restrictions were likely to prevent it from opening this summer.
Emirates wants to delay delivery of its 777X orders and replace some of them with 787 Dreamliners.
The company delivered 10 planes in June, compared with 37 a year earlier.
The bingo and slot machine parlor closed in late March. When it resumes, masks will be required.
Firms that have experienced a 25% or more decline in revenues and employ 10 - 49 may be eligible.