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TULALIP — The Tulalip Dressbarn is teaming up with its local “Dress for Success” affiliate to give disadvantaged women an “SOS” to get into the workforce.
ARLINGTON — After a long and arduous construction period, Whidbey Island Bank opened its newest branch in Smokey Point last week, with Patty MacDonald in charge as branch manager and assistant vice Ppresident.
ARLINGTON — A wise woman recognizes when it’s time to make a change. Jeanne Watanabe made a change in 2008 when it became obvious that the real estate business was dormant. She examined her experience and her passion and the current situation, and I decided to open a consignment clothing store.
More than 400 people braved the slushy roads Dec. 28 to attend the grand opening celebration at the Stillaguamish Tribe's Angel of the Winds Casino. The $44 million expansion added more than 84,000 square feet to the original casino, located two miles east of I-5 at exit 210 north of Arlington.
To achieve financial success in agriculture, farmers must view their operations as a business and Washington State University’s Snohomish County Extension is offering assistance with a 12-week course, “Cultivating Success: Agricultural Entrepreneurship,” so farmers can gain skills in business planning and direct marketing as well as how to deal with the financial and legal issues unique to farm businesses.
ARLINGTON — A Winter Wishes Blend is just an example of what makes Joe 2 Go unique among espresso stands in Arlington.
LAKEWOOD CROSSING — Wines from Washington and around the world are now conveniently located at The Wine Shop at Lakewood Crossing, opened Oct. 15 by Mary Swindell, who promises to sample every wine before she puts it on her shelves. On Friday, Dec. 12, South African wines will be offered.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington-based solar energy manufacturing company OutBack Power Systems introduced a new gadget last month at Solar Power International 2008, a renewable energy conference in San Diego.
ARLINGTON — Businesses in Arlington that serve food might be interested in the savings available through a new program offered by the city of Arlington with assistance from the state Department of Ecology.
Farmers from around Puget Sound will gather for Snohomish County’s Focus on Farming conference when special guests from around the country will talk about “breaking new ground” in farming practices, food and fuel trends.
Louise Alexander-Way bought RV & Marine Supply at State Avenue back in 1991 and in those 17 years, she has never seen so tough an economy.
A former downtown Arlington businessman, John Lanier spends his mornings on a stationary bicycle chatting with friends via amateur radio.
How many e-mails leave your employees’ mailboxes on a daily basis? The average per day stands at 71.51 (Source: yedda.com). Do the calculation. Multiply that number by the number of your employees. The total should give you pause, as each e-mail has the potential to build or to implode your business.
MARYSVILLE — Representatives of the Snohomish County business community met with U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen Oct. 27 at the Marysville-Tulalip Chamber of Commerce for a roundtable discussion of the economic issues impacting them.
ARLINGTON — Aja Valm started “Alexander’s Attic” when she saw something missing for mothers in the community.
ARLINGTON — Arlington residents Lynn and Bentley Marks have just gone international. Last year, the married couple’s invention, which combines skiing and snowboarding, had attracted the attention of a national TV program hosted by William Shatner.
SMOKEY POINT — The independently elected Snohomish County prosecuting attorney, clerk, sheriff, assessor, treasurer and auditor are rolling up their sleeves to tackle the budget challenges facing the county due to the uncertain economy.
SMOKEY POINT — A proposed park-and-ride in Smokey Point has been scrapped and the old transit center on Smokey Point Drive will be revamped.
Movement Arts yoga and dance studio is celebrating its 10-year anniversary Saturday, Aug. 23 with a day of free sample classes at the studio in the Big Red Barn near Island Crossing.