BUSINESS

Local kayak manufacturers surf the pandemic

By FRANK CATALANO Business & Work Columnist

August 10, 2022 at 4:50 a.m.


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NW Washington Fair opens Thursday

Attraction will last 10 days for second year in a row

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WinkWink temporarily shuttered after weekend attack

Storefront destroyed by group wielding rocks

PLACES & THINGS

Places & Things: August 2022

Aegis Games opens after Dark Tower ownership change

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SNAP Market Match program facing budgetary pressures

Match amount for program used at farmers markets to decrease

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BUSINESS MATTERS

Skagit County weighs expanded agritourism for farm income

Whatcom and Skagit tourism revenue rises overall

BUSINESS MATTERS

Connecting the dots in the business of beer

Overall brewery growth spurs interactive graphics, passports

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Ferndale residents fed up with mail delays

Staffing shortages to blame for long waits for mail, package pick-ups

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Businesses respond to inflation — and eye the risk of recession

Changes in customer behavior vary

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Beset by lawsuits, Sylvia Center to close its doors

Landlord claims arts nonprofit owes money

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Read all about it: CDN's new website pay service

Now in effect

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Would you like a side of compost to go?

Restaurants prepare for Bellingham single-use plastics ban

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WinkWink employees facing threats, backlash over youth sex-ed classes

'I’m not shying away from sex education just because some people are bullies'

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Employees at second local Starbucks vote to unionize

'We have people that are just trying to make ends meet, and it’s very difficult to work a job that doesn’t pay us enough to live'

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Two counties, two breweries, one address

Craft brewer doubles down on Skagit Valley