Business

Two Peninsula businesses among edg3 FUND semi-finalists

Two North Olympic Peninsula businesses are among the 14 semi-finalists seeking a $20,000 prize in Kitsap Bank’s 2019 edg3 FUND small business… Continue reading

Centrum chooses new artistic director for acoustic blues

Centrum has named Jontavious Willis as artistic director for acoustic blues beginning in 2020. The 22-year-old musician will succeed Jerron Paxton, who… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center names director of emergency services

Olympic Medical Center has named Trisha Duerr as director of emergency services. Duerr has worked as an emergency nurse with OMC for… Continue reading

PHOTO: Olympic Medical Center employees feted

Ralph Parker, chief nursing officer at Olympic Medical Center, honored eight staff members at a recent meeting of the center’s board of commissioners. The honorees… Continue reading

White Crane Martial Arts hires new T’ai Chi instructor

White Crane Martial Arts has announced that Wei Li Lindstrom will join its staff as a teacher of T’ai Chi. Lindstrom will… Continue reading

Clallam, Jefferson farms might be elligible for emergency loans

The Secretary of Agriculture has included Clallam and Jefferson counties on a list of nine counties designated as primary disaster areas due… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Meets every Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at the First Congregational Church, 279 S. Spartan… Continue reading

Japanese cuisine restaurant opens in downtown Port Angeles

Made Sudiasa and Istnfauzy have announced the opening of Songoku Restaurant. The restaurant at 134 W. Front St. offers sushi and hibachi-style… Continue reading

Jefferson PUD moving its customer service office Sept. 16

The Jefferson County Public Utility District will move its customer service office to 210 Four Corners Road at 1 p.m. Monday, Sept.… Continue reading

ON THE WATERFRONT: Platypus hauls out luxury yacht Lady Bahi

PLATYPUS MARINE, THE Port Angeles-based full-service shipyard, yacht-repair facility and steel-boat manufacturer, this week hauled out Lady Bahi, which is now sitting on the hard… Continue reading

Ethnic hair training at school of cosmetology

Hair stylist Amani Sorrell of the Vintage Salon in Tacoma is partnering with stylists at Studio 121 School of Cosmetology, 1222 E.… Continue reading

Estes Builders hires custom home adviser

Estes Builders has announced that Tiffeny Redman has been hired as a custom home adviser. Redman will introduce new customers to Estes’ design… Continue reading

Bank staff recognized for fraud prevention classes in Port Ludlow

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Foundation recently recognized several employees of Kitsap Bank for teaching fraud prevention classes to county residents. Kitsap Bank… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Twice-monthly luncheon meetings are held at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. This… Continue reading

Small Business Planning Class starts in September

Enrollment is open now for the Plan for Success class to be offered in Sequim beginning next month. The 10-week business planning… Continue reading

Port Angeles fixture closes: Cornerhouse feeds folks one last time

100 attend ‘Blast from the Past’ closing party for 33-year-old eatery

Midway Metals owner promises fence

Surety bond, purchasing license discussed at Clallam examiner hearing

Front Street barbershop opens in Port Angeles

Terri LaDow opened the Front Street Barber Shop on Aug. 6. The shop at 701B E. Front St. offers classic clipper and… Continue reading

New legal office opens in Port Angeles

J. Graham Ralston has announced a partnership with Stephen C. Moriarty to open the new firm of Moriarty and Ralston. Ralston, a… Continue reading

PHOTO: Port Townsend’s Food Co-op celebrates expanded store

The Food Co-op General Manager Kenna Eaton and Co-op Board President Owen Rowe cut the ribbon officially opening the newly expanded store Friday afternoon in… Continue reading