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Judgments – May 2023

The state can file lawsuits against people or businesses that do not pay taxes, resulting in a judgment against property that person or business owns. Judgments are filed in Benton…

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Liquor Licenses – May 2023

Information provided by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. BENTON COUNTY NEW Napolis, 3280 George Washington Way, Richland. License type: beer/wine restaurant – beer/wine with taproom. Application type: new.…

Business Updates

Business Updates – May 2023

To submit news about a new business opening, business move or name change, go to: NEW Latin Fusion has opened at 10 E. Bruneau Ave., Building C, Kennewick. It…

Christian Diamond of Middlerock Partners talks about market opportunity during the first day of Launch University: Ideation at Fuse SPC in Richland. Launch University is a four-week entrepreneurship training program aimed at equipping budding entrepreneurs with the tools they need to bring their business idea to life. 

Ready to take your business idea to the next level? FUSE can help

Do you have a business idea but aren’t sure how to go from concept to open for business? The FUSE Launch University might be able to help.  The five-week educational…

The 1F hot cell is undergoing renovation to create
new sample archive storage at 222-S Laboratory. (Photo courtesy HLMI)

Training future workforce is key

Our annual Hanford special section includes lots of valuable information for our business community. Readers will receive a timely overview of the cleanup status and current priorities, how colleges are…


Hanford Briefs – April 2023

California company buys Hanford contractor A California-based occupational health, wellness and absence management company has acquired HPM Corp. (HPMC), the prime medical services contractor at Hanford. WorkCare Inc. bought HPMC…


Vit plant’s ‘incredible leader’ dies

Valerie McCain, a Bechtel senior vice president and project director of the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant, better known as the vit plant, died March 26 after a short illness.…


Business Briefs – April 2023

WSU regents approve two new degree programs The Washington State University Board of Regents has approved two new degree programs: bachelors of science in cybersecurity, and in pharmaceutical and medical…


We’re listening, and it’s your turn to share (Pssst … you can even win a prize!)

When we take the time to listen to one another, we often learn a lot. We’re hoping to discover more about you, dear reader. That’s why we’re asking you to…

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Local Bounti secures more funding, shores plans to complete Pasco greenhouse

The owner of Pasco’s new multimillion indoor greenhouse has secured additional funding to support its growth plans as lack of capital threatened delays. Local Bounti reported a net loss of…

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