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Year in review: Many places, and a few things

2022 in business openings, closings and changes

Pepper Sisters co-owner Kelsey Andrews adds red peppers to the grill in July. The three-decade-old downtown restaurant temporarily closed in October with a plan to reopen by year’s end.
Pepper Sisters co-owner Kelsey Andrews adds red peppers to the grill in July. The three-decade-old downtown restaurant temporarily closed in October with a plan to reopen by year’s end. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
If 2022 needed a kite to demonstrate the economic winds buffeting retail, Pepper Sisters could have

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