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Restaurants are digging in their heels. This has created the widest price gap between food eaten at home versus food eaten away from home in decades
Business news from around the region
Local burger stop surviving the opening of a new chain restaurant.
Officials working to land new industry that would provide 200 new jobs.
It is interesting to see how both the stock and bond markets have reacted and where there still might be investment opportunities.
The loan, called the Check Ready program, is geared for people who plan on buying a car in the near future and want the certainty of having their financing arranged in advance.
Classes start Jan. 4
North Beach PAWS named Business of the Year
The term “prohibited” signifies the WTO’s strictest legal category, denoting a subsidy that cannot be allowed to stand.
The transition has been carefully planned and accomplished effective Oct. 1, 2016.
Washington is set to roll out an online portal to match small companies with affordable retirement plans.
Pacific County comes in at 8 percent
Company partners with United Way and other agencies for their annual drive.
In the first quarter of 2016, people spent $19.1 million more on marijuana than spirits.
The Rayonier Community Fund supports a variety of educational, civic, cultural and natural resources programs.
Judging took place during the first week of November.
Operating since 1934, the Bee Hive has been a staple in the Montesano community for many years.
In the report, surveyed businesses indicated they are optimistic about the future and are planning to grow.
Ocean Shores Inn & Suites, 648 Ocean Shores Blvd. NW, will offer U-Haul services.
Burger King in Elma opened for business on Monday, Oct. 31.