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Articles from Bellingham Business Journal (December 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Airporter Shuttle recognizes Boys & Girls Club. Brief article 118
Arrowac Fisheries closes Bellingham facility. 196
Attorney Hayes continues as partners retire. 155
Back Porch Alley to open in Callaloo space. 207
Bankruptcies. 670
Barron Heating managers earn certifications for testing duct systems. Brief article 117
Bella Cleaners moves to Meridian. Brief article 81
Bellhaven Yacht Sales adds Oberlander to staff. 101
Big Brothers Big Sisters hosts marketing grant celebration. 134
Bio: interesting things about our area's most interesting people. Interview 136
Brooks Manufacturing appoints new plant managers. 130
Brooks Manufacturing pledges $25,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs. Brief article 107
Bruland's business booms: Ferndale service company rated among Puget sound's fastest growing. Henderson, Lance Occupation overview 964
Building permits. 975
Business licenses. List 923
Buy local week chance to support local businesses. Long, Michelle 925
Callaloo receives eviction notice. 143
Chamber announces green, nonprofit award winners. Awards list 211
CHAT 2 to face infill, land cost issues: part four of four. Bonnell, Isaac 1193
Chrysalis Inn and Spa promotes three spa professionals. 203
City strikes deal to move railroad. Bonnell, Isaac 450
Decreased consumer spending leads to national, regional unemployment. Henderson, Lance 620
Digs dedicates space to art. 124
Dollar Wise Animal Clinic. Henderson, Lance Occupation overview 407
Downtown at night. Gordon, Sarah; Garnick, Coral 1969
Dr. Roy Taylor earns phlebology certification. Brief article 93
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Bellingham wins remodeling awards. 129
Edward Jones Office in Lynden adds Hendricks, Mouat. Brief article 183
Evergreen Team Concepts appoints Weaver, Beaulaurier to management. Occupation overview 185
Food Pavilion, Cost Cutter stores raise money to fight hunger. 228
Fusion Dental Lab remodeling new space. Brief article 104
Gene Bell & Associates adds two new professionals to staff. Brief article 91
Gov. Chris Greqoire announces appointments. Brief article 106
Grab their attention: taking your marketing efforts to the streets. Gordon, Sarah 1580
Haggen Stores, Lummi Island Wild Co-op support salmon association. 133
Health and Exercise Prescriptions hires personal trainer. Brief article 87
Hospice program to build new hospice house in Happy Valley. 269
Hotel Bellwether's Harborside Bistro welcomes new executive chef. 89
Industrial Credit Union's marketing coordinator awarded. 98
Judgments. List 3297
Larrabee Springs owner appeals recent GMA decision. 308
Let's go shopping. Blackburn, Vanessa Editorial 565
Liquor licenses. 328
Little Tiger Toys. Bonnell, Isaac 423
Local author announces release of e-Book. 122
Local author wins spectrum book award. 163
Local nonprofit to open temporary jewelry store. 263
Luxury cat boarding facility opens. Brief article 110
Matt McBeath wins WCAR Honor. Brief article 86
Meetings & clubs. Conference news 1643
Morse Square to get smaller buildings. Henderson, Lance 479
Mother Baby Center announces 2008-2009 board of directors. 243
New eatery rolls into Sunset Square. 114
New sales associate joins Brooks Manufacturing. 111
No Gravity Board Skins. Bonnell, Isaac 396
Peoples Bank announces new management. 210
Peoples Bank promotes Repanich, Guildner to executive vice president. 148
Personal chef service opens in Blaine. 108
Physical therapists join Lynden Therapy Specialists. Brief article 195
Piano teacher elected president of Washington State Music Teachers Association. 119
Pioneer Ford in Lynden increases service department staff. 126
Police, bars come to the table. Bonnell, Isaac 1025
Port and city like a bad marriage. Blackburn, Vanessa 513
Proforma to move into larger headquarters. Brief article 126
RE/MAX agents rank in regional top 100. Brief article 116
Recession-proof industries: fact or fiction? Food stores, guns, repair shops typically fare better. Henderson, Lance 1138
REI distributes nearly $400,000 to Puget Sound-area nonprofits. 156
Success and support for Blue Skies for Children. 241
Sustainable Connections announces new members. Brief article 96
Swan named vice president for WWU relations. 145
Tax liens. List 909
Three local remodeling companies receive excellence awards. Brief article 116
Top properties. List 855
Tough economy a drag on housing; CHAT recommends public and private funding paths. Henderson, Lance 1005
TPS Services wins Whatcom County BIA remodeling award. Brief article 136
Unity Group congratulates Poehlman, Billingsley. 121
Washingtonians recognized for their contributions. 86
Waterfront planning hits rough seas. Bonnell, Isaac 2041
WCC, WorkSource aim to service baby boomers; boomers 'retire' to a new career, pursue more education. Henderson, Lance 1388
Whatcom Women in Business name 2008 Professional Woman of the Year. 144
Whatcom Women's Network announces changes. Brief article 91
Where do we go from here? Henderson, Lance 1007
WTA donates 812 pounds of food after "food-for-Fare" day. Brief article 82
WWU Ross Distinguished Professor tours Western Canada. Brief article 170

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