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Southwest Airlines recommits to Boeing with order for 100 new 737 Max 7 jets

Kyle Arnold The Dallas Morning News Southwest Airlines will buy 100 new…

  • Mar 29th, 2021

The first tsunami of COVID-related jobless claims hit a year ago

By Paul Roberts The Seattle Times This week marks a traumatic anniversary…

  • Mar 29th, 2021

Application deadline extended for federal relief funding to fishing industries

Eligible commercial fishing, shellfish, charter and seafood sector industry members who have…

  • Mar 26th, 2021

Using credit scores to set insurance premiums temporarily banned in Washington

OLYMPIA — Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler issued a temporary emergency rule Tuesday…

  • Mar 24th, 2021

More $1,400 stimulus payments going out this week

By Susan Tompor Detroit Free Press Watch your mail this week, as…

  • Mar 23rd, 2021
Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times
Nike Inc.’s relationship with its shoe-collecting followers has taken a hit because of a controversy involving a top executive and her shoe reseller son. Shown here is a small portion of one collector’s trove.

Rare sneakers. Bots. Insider connections. This scandal has it all

By Ronald D. White Los Angeles Times Sneakerheads like to complain about…

  • Mar 23rd, 2021
Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times
Nike Inc.’s relationship with its shoe-collecting followers has taken a hit because of a controversy involving a top executive and her shoe reseller son. Shown here is a small portion of one collector’s trove.

State investigators search 171 pet stores in Washington for invasive mussels

By Eli Francovich The Spokesman-Review Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife investigators…

  • Mar 23rd, 2021

With changes coming at Postal Service, small business owners fear slower mail

By Orion Donovan-Smith The Spokesman-Review Chuck Foster started selling toys and collectibles…

  • Mar 23rd, 2021
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Activists in New York City came out to show their support on Feb. 27 for the approximately 6,000 Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, who voted to be represented by the Retail, Wholesale Department Store Workers Union (RWDSU), becoming the first union at an Amazon facility in the country.

Inspired by Alabama, Amazon workers weigh union drives elsewhere

By Spencer Soper and Josh Eidelson Bloomberg News Inspired by the high-profile…

  • Mar 22nd, 2021
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Activists in New York City came out to show their support on Feb. 27 for the approximately 6,000 Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, who voted to be represented by the Retail, Wholesale Department Store Workers Union (RWDSU), becoming the first union at an Amazon facility in the country.
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A photo from the engineering report on the Shoppes at Riverside shows the stage area, where a large “traveling crack” sound was heard in the structure above.

Engineering report paints bleak picture of future of Shoppes at Riverside

Owners analyzing possiblity of repair to cinemas, reopening Extreme Fun Center

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A photo from the engineering report on the Shoppes at Riverside shows the stage area, where a large “traveling crack” sound was heard in the structure above.

Is Biden to blame for rising gas prices?

By Ron Hurtibise South Florida Sun Sentinel Prices at the gas pump…

  • Mar 15th, 2021

Local Business Briefs

Grays Harbor’s mayors featured for GGHI Annual Event Join Greater Grays Harbor…

  • Mar 15th, 2021
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Empty fruit bins that would ordinarily be filled and exported overseas in cargo containers are waiting at Stemilt Growers’ fruit-packing plant in Wenatchee on Monday.

COVID-19 even affects Washington apples

By Paul Roberts The Seattle Times In Wenatchee, tens of thousands of…

  • Mar 12th, 2021
Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times
Empty fruit bins that would ordinarily be filled and exported overseas in cargo containers are waiting at Stemilt Growers’ fruit-packing plant in Wenatchee on Monday.

With TV news viewing polarized, slice of Republicans leaving Fox to watch Newsmax

By Anthony Man South Florida Sun Sentinel New evidence shows Newsmax is…

  • Mar 10th, 2021

Brown Paper Tickets to refund $9 million to 45,000 customers

By Brendan Kiley The Seattle Times They’ve been waiting nearly a year…

  • Mar 9th, 2021
Gail Andrews, owner of All that Glitters and Pandora’s Box
Gail Andrews, owner of All that Glitters and Pandora’s Box

Overstock, Port reach lease termination agreement

Port of Grays Harbor commissioners Tuesday approved a lease-termination settlement with Overstock.com,…

DAVE HAVILAND | THE DAILY WORLD
Gail Andrews, owner of All that Glitters and Pandora’s Box, is worried that she won’t be able to find enough storage space for her store.

Shoppes at Riverside tenants have until March 21 to clear out their shops

The Shoppes at Riverside mall in Aberdeen faces an uncertain future after…

DAVE HAVILAND | THE DAILY WORLD
Gail Andrews, owner of All that Glitters and Pandora’s Box, is worried that she won’t be able to find enough storage space for her store.

Downtown Aberdeen Association schedules SplashFest for Aug. 21

COVID-19 is still making for uncertain scheduling, but the Downtown Aberdeen Association…