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Networking — February 2016

Networking — February 2016

NCC receives accreditation The Northwest Cancer Clinic in Kennewick was awarded national accreditation from the American College of Radiation Oncology for its clinical practice standards and care given to patients undergoing radiation treatment in 2013. The radiation oncology program at the Northwest Cancer Clinic is the only cancer treatment facility in Benton and Franklin counties…

New Businesses — February 2016

New Businesses — February 2016

NEW BUSINESSES Confluent Space has opened at 285 Williams Blvd. in Richland. The business is a maker’s space offering members access to tools/materials that can be used to create, design and build and also attend classes. For more information visit or email Copper Top Tap House & Growler Fills is now open at…

Petersen Hastings

Petersen Hastings Partners with National Advisors Trust to expand services

Petersen Hastings, an independent wealth management firm in Eastern Washington, has joined forces with National Advisors Trust Company. The move has enabled the firm to create Petersen Hastings Private Trust, a new private-labeled trust services brand. [blockquote quote=”Our firm’s goal is to establish lifelong relationships with clients, their families and others who are important to…


Evans Fruit settles sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuits

Evans Fruit, one of the largest apple producers in the U.S., will pay $272,000 to 20 claimants as part of a settlement resolving sexual harassment and retaliation claims pending before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, announced the settlement in late January. As part of the settlement, Evans…

Women in Business conference

Women in Business: Social media can’t replace personal contact

Digital technology and social media are great ways to gather information on your customers — existing and potential — but don’t discount face-to-fact contact. That was the bottom line message of the keynote speaker, Whitney Keyes of Seattle at the Tri-City Regional Chamber’s fifth annual Women in Business Conference, which was Jan. 27 at TRAC…

Second Harvest Volunteers

Second Harvest seeks volunteers for sorting, packing foods

In the three years she’s been a volunteer at 2nd Harvest Tri-Cities in Pasco, tons of food have passed through Kathy Mitchell’s hands. Mitchell is a retired Kennewick School District teacher, who spent decades teaching first graders the fundamentals of reading, writing and arithmetic. [blockquote quote=”We need about 1,000 volunteer hours a week to process…

Broadmoor Storge Solutions

Broadmoor Storage Solutions to add 125 new units off Sandifur

Tri-Cities area residents will soon have additional places to store their extra furniture, family keepsakes, even out-of-season toys like boats and RVs. Broadmoor Storage Solutions, Inc., is adding 125 storage units to those already at 9335 Sandifur Parkway in Pasco. Sound Investment Group LLC, a Tri-Cities’ company, owns the facility. The architect was Money Engineering…

Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation

Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation leads expansion capital campaign

It’s been more than two decades since the Tri-Cities Cancer Center first opened its doors. [blockquote quote=”Volunteers are a big issue. We can’t do what we do without them.” source=”Phil Gallagher, Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation board president” align=”right” max_width=”300px”] The Cancer Center started as a partnership between three local hospitals, Kadlec Regional Medical Center, Lourdes…

Winenotes Wine Bar

West Richland restaurant combines chicken wings and fine wines

When you have a hankering for deep-fried chicken and a glass of high quality Red Mountain wine, there’s only one place to go — The Chicken Shack in West Richland. “I know it sounds odd but it works,” said Steve LaMarr. LaMarr and his wife, Tracy, and partner Ken Poletski, opened The Chicken Shack, at…

Seven Hills Winery

Crimson Wine Group acquires Walla Walla’s Seven Hills Winery

Crimson Wine Group (OTCQB: CWGL) has purchased the Seven Hills Winery in Walla Walla for $5.75 million. Seven Hills was founded in 1988 by Casey McClellan, the winemaker, and his wife, Vicky. It was the fifth winery in Walla Walla at the time. Casey McClellan was a fourth-generations farmer who planted the Seven Hills Vineyard…

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