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Articles from Bellingham Business Journal (September 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
ACE E-Manifest moves. Brief article 116
Bankruptcies. 282
Banquet/meeting facilities: ranked by total meeting space. 1240
Bellingham's push to end 'paper or plastic?' Grocery stores join politicians and activists to remove plastic bags. Nomura, Gabrielle Conference news 2012
Bio: interesting things about our area's most interesting people. 210
BP Cherry Point Refinery awards $27,000 grant to local Red Cross. 137
Bridges Treatment and Recovery. 527
Brooks Manufacturing planning expansion. Brief article 83
Building permits. List 1606
Business licenses. List 1234
Buying out the boss: three tales of employees who took over. Henderson, Lance 2043
Cascara Center now open on Dupont. 137
Celebrate the holidays with a creative party. Bonnell, Isaac 1223
Chamber seeking award nominations. 97
City could broaden definition of transportation: biking, walking, buses also to be counted as 'person trips'. Henderson, Lance 1280
Coda Musical Instruments closes store. 95
Contracts awarded. 196
Creative Construction goes brick and mortar. Brief article 153
Ellison, Lloyd gain authority in financial aspects of divorce. 109
Food to Bank On helps local farmers grow their business. Schlotzhauer, Shonie 840
Fritts, Haskell join ownership at Rice Insurance. 121
Garrison Keillor event to support Pickford Film Center. 118
Haggen appoints Roos as director of meat. 86
Harborgate and Old Town Village. 289
Health care company buys Morse Hardware Building. Bonnell, Isaac 457
How to manage in times of grief: a study of the recent tragedy at the co-op shows need for quick action. Henderson, Lance 1258
Hudak, Greene promoted at Peoples Bank. 110
Il Caffe Rifugio. 468
Interior designer opens Lisa Spencer Interiors. 116
Investigator spoke to local investors. Brief article 102
Jerns adds apprentice funeral directors. 101
Jimmy's Personal Care. 518
Johnson joins Waddell and Reed. Brief article 89
Judgments. List 2511
Kimbler Financial opens on Kellogg. 82
Larsen deserves our support in November. Editorial 517
Larson Gross accounting scholarship awarded to WWU student. 102
Lighthouse Mission Agape walk raises $9,900. Brief article 107
Liquor licenses. 316
Local manufacturers weigh in on economy: from food to fuel, prices are rising in most industries. Bonnell, Isaac 1298
Local photographer accepted in American Society of Media Photographers show. 80
Loughmiller of RMC Architects named president of local IAAP. 84
Meetings & clubs. Calendar 1642
Mount Baker Theatre Board of Directors adds Sidhu, Woo. 145
Mt. Baker Roofing renovating offices. 97
Muljat applies to build 3-story building on Lakeway. Henderson, Lance 431
New business focuses on fun. 139
New chiropractor opening on Bakerview. Brief article 91
New espresso stand zooms into Lincoln Street location. 126
North Coast announces new director of information technology. Brief article 101
Pivot Lab moving to Fairhaven. 116
Port, Western move forward with development entity. 252
Private schools educate with a passion: teachers, families come together to teach local kids. Nomura, Gabrielle 1562
Professional Hearing Services opens. Brief article 118
Razz Construction building new office. 106
RE Store celebrates its 15th anniversary. 99
Sanitary Service Company purchases Blaine Bay Refuse. Henderson, Lance 252
Sehome Food opening mid-September. Brief article 121
Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) visited Aluminum Chambered Boats on Aug. 6 to tour the facility and go for a boat ride on Bellingham Bay in one of the company's bowloaders. Moore, Paul 115
Smart Growth conference set for Sept. 4. Conference news 151
Solar Powered Massage celebrates fifth anniversary. 93
Spencer launches new interior designer business. 113
State Farm donates $4,500 to WWU's Woodring college. 185
State farm scholarship supports racial minority teachers. 133
Taco truck to open restaurant. 152
Tax liens. List 792
The Bank of the Pacific opening in RE/MAX. 91
The joy of office comradery. Blackburn, Vannesa Editorial 596
The Markets announces management appointments. 152
Thinking outside the cubicle: workspaces have evolved since the invention of the gray walls. Bonnell, Isaac 1353
Three businesses share space in Sycamore Square. Brief article 173
Top properties. List 1210
Trans-Ocean promotes four employees. Brief article 163
Tuxedo Garden to open new retail site. Brief article 162
Unique manufacturer uses recycled fabrics. 170
Vacancies on the rise. Bonnell, Isaac 1082
Village Books announces new events coordinator. 95
WCAR honors Kinney and Thompson. Brief article 134
WECU donates more than $10,000 to local nonprofits. Brief article 89
Wells Fargo adds Zollitsch to National Health Solutions Program. Brief article 86
Whatcom County native joins local Thrivent office. Brief article 80
Whatcom Young Professionals shifts advisory council leadership. Brief article 107
WorkSource Whatcom hosts small business requirements seminar. 82
Yary Photography to change name. 132

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