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Business Licenses — January 2016

Business Licenses — January 2016

PASCO Paula Vargas Rieger, 211 S. Eighth Ave. Jaime A. Marroquin, 3313 W. Agate St. Maria Rangel, 2015 W. Pearl St. Elmer Estrada, 425 N. Waldemar Ave. Maria Bautista, 631 N. Sycamore Ave. Rosalina Torres, 520 S. Douglas Ave. Jose & Bertha Tlachi, 1927 N. 18th Dr. Mervin McFadden, 2111 N. 19th Ave. Jaime Rebolledo,…

Building Permits — January 2016

Building Permits — January 2016

BENTON COUNTY Phil Warren, 40504 N. DeMoss Road, $456,100 for new commercial construction. Ste. Michelle, 178810 S. SR 221, $14,300 for commercial construction. Contractor: Campbell & Co.   FRANKLIN COUNTY Oakdale Egg Farms, 1831 E. Sagemoor Road, $183,000 for a commercial addition. Contractor: Circle Enterprise.   KENNEWICK 27TH Ave. Self Storage, 3112 W. 27th Ave.,…

Top Properties — January 2016

Top Properties — January 2016

FRANKLIN COUNTY Description: 10 acres of ag land, 301 Sunset Loop, Pasco. Price: 450,000. Buyer: Scott W. Bisping. Seller: Robert T. and Elizabeth C. Lindsay. Description: 95.3 acres of agricultural land, 380 Baart Road, Mesa. Price: $1,430,000. Buyer: Henry Field. Seller: Rhody L. and Cynthia L. Hayes. Description: Restaurant, 2404 W. Court St., Pasco. Price:…

Bankruptcies — January 2016

Bankruptcies — January 2016

Bankruptcies are filed under the following chapter headings: Chapter 7 — Straight Bankruptcy: debtor gives up non-exempt property and debt is charged. Chapter 11 — Allows companies and individuals to restructure debts to repay them. Chapter 12 — Allows family farmers to restructure finances to avoid liquidation for foreclosure. Chapter 13 — Plan is devised…

Conference call: Are trade shows and exposition a good marketing tool?

Conference call: Are trade shows and exposition a good marketing tool?

Trade shows mean long hours spent on your feet engaging visitors in conversation and always keeping eye contact, drawing people to your booth and selling your product. Are they worth the time and energy? Yes, said three vendors at the Easter Washington Ag Expo who spent two days at TRAC in Pasco showcasing their company’s…

Dr. Neil Aiello volunteers for the Starkey Hearing Foundation

Kennewick audiologist offers the joy of hearing across the globe

Some consider the world full of annoying sounds — buzzing cell phones, honking cars, kids playing and people chattering. [blockquote quote=”Without hearing, you’re disconnected from the world.” source=”Dr. Neil Aiello, owner of Columbia Basin Hearing Center” align=”right” max_width=”300px”] For others the world is silent. Imagine if you’d never heard the first cries of a newborn…

Haberling merger creates community-based HFG Trust

Haberling merger creates community-based HFG Trust

Haberling Financial Group is merging its wealth management business into a newly-formed subsidiary of Community First Bank in Kennewick. [blockquote quote=”We are the only locally-owned bank in the Tri-Cities and we will now be the only locally-owned trust company.” source=”Eric Pearson, president of Community First Bank” align=”right” max_width=”300px”] The transaction is subject to regulatory and…

Commercial construction

Tri-Cities commercial and industrial building back on track

You can’t drive very far around the Tri-Cities without seeing new buildings rising, backhoes leveling land or tell cranes moving steel beams into place. The new Fairchild 12-plex movie theater opened last week in Richland’s Queensgate shopping area. In Kennewick, Kadlec has started construction on a new primary care clinic and in Pasco, a new…

Business Briefs — December 2015

Business Briefs — December 2015

Food for Fines Drive The Mid-Columbia Library will have its annual Food for Fines Drive through Dec. 31. Library customers can pay their fines using non-perishable food items. Each food item counts as $1 toward overdue fines, up to $10 per account. All food will be donated to local food banks throughout the region. As…

Networking — December 2015

Networking — December 2015

Faamausili selected Laauli Faamausili, a crop insurance manager for Basin Pacific in Kennewick, has been chosen to participate in Class 38 of the AgForestry Leadership Program. The program offers leadership development for those who work in the natural resource industries and related services in Washington state. As a member of the class, Faamausili will attend…

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