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Articles from Bellingham Business Journal (June 1, 2008)

1-64 out of 64 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Mama Jay's' sauce brings the heat to your grill: secret family recipe has been evolving over the last 30 years. Bonnell, Isaac 476
12th Street Shoes in Custer closes. Brief article 148
A new work force wave: managing Millennials: see beyond the stereotypes of the 'Me Generation' to harness creativity. Simpson, Colin 525
All American Marine launches new vessel. 146
Apple Yarns moves down the street. 102
Are entrepreneurial characteristics inherited or learned? Simms, Michelle 776
As waterfront plans progress, keep talking. 486
Back in the newsroom, with new insight. Nielsen, Carolyn Viewpoint essay 564
Bankruptcies. Public notice 369
Bellingham Baby Company. 538
Bellingham Central Lions starts Food 4 Tots program at Bellingham Food Bank. Brief article 98
Bellingham dentist moves to county. Brief article 160
Bellingham physician Geist receives Bridges to Excellence award. 82
Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship to expand. Brief article 195
Bio: interesting things about our area's most interesting people. Brief article 133
Building permits. Public notice 1188
Business licenses. Public notice 1047
Businesses wary of losing Cornwall parking. Bonnell, Isaac 578
Cameo Shoe Shoppe. 418
City accepting applications for development authority board. 390
City approves downtown KeyBank design. 151
Contractor or in-house? Decisions, decisions. Ahn, Lydia 818
Costco seeks amendment to big-box ban: other businesses watch to see if council vote will allow expansions. Bonnell, Isaac 1139
Family steers Diehl Ford through 100 years: four generations see dealership through floods, fires, war, Great Depression. Henderson, Lance 2214
Festival Espresso closes downtown. 136
Fruit wineries smash berries, stereotypes: local vineyard owners looking to turn heads, not noses, with new berry-focused vintages. Henderson, Lance 1492
FSE adds more office space. Brief article 169
G-P demo: the walls come tumbling down. Bonnell, Isaac 1077
Governor appoints Roehl to growth management board. Brief article 84
Hit the North Cascades with American Alpine Institute: guide service has been summiting Baker since 1975. Bonnell, Isaac City overview 1642
Hometown Maintenance & Repair. 420
Judgments. Public notice 1593
Lean and green: a guide to your energy bill: business owners see savings in energy overhauls. Henderson, Lance 1360
Liquor licenses. 415
Local tourism leaders honored at awards luncheon. 98
Lovers to move into old Izzy's location. Brief article 104
Meetings & clubs. Calendar 1431
Moss Adams donates to WWU's accounting department. 236
Multop Financial selected as one of most dependable wealth managers. Brief article 105
National journal publishes Matteson's lifesaving advice. Brief article 117
New generation brings fresh ideas, new perspectives. 615
Our Kitchen Is Your Kitchen shows goods. Brief article 150
Perry designated "Premier Advisor" by Wachovia Securities. 89
Physical therapist Bohn joins Core Therapeutics. Brief article 93
Port's use of G-P's tissue warehouse to support marine trades: mammoth site could create up to 500 new jobs. Henderson, Lance 1023
Red Cedar Communications opens. Brief article 99
Shipyard produced world-famous fleet: PAF fleet among the last of the coast's wooden trawlers. Jewell, Jeff 1309
Shuksan Healthcare Center expands. 88
Silver Reef breaks ground on expansion. Brief article 99
Stanello's closes June 5. Brief article 156
Strength in numbers: nonprofit association seeks to assist small businesses through group buying power. Henderson, Lance 599
Super Mario's expands beyond taco truck. 109
Take a sunny ride around the county with Chispa: Fairhaven scooter sales and rental company offers a gas-friendly excursion. Simpson, Colin 624
Tax liens. Public notice 881
The Chrysalis Inn remodeling spa. 112
The Grotto Hair Studio moving to Fairhaven. 136
Top properties. 681
Traveling the backcountry, Llama style. Simpson, Colin 902
WCAR honors Hoving, Alycia and Travis HoGlin. 106
WECU opens new branch. 94
Western to introduce plans for Buchanan Towers addition. Brief article 191
Whatcom Community Foundation awards $64,646 in grants to local nonprofits. 116
Window washer's job has best view in town: entrepreneur rappels off of Bellingham's tallest buildings. Bonnell, Isaac 1160
Zazen Salon Spa expands location. 121

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