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Lindsay Kirby, owner of Sculpt Tri-Cities Wellness Center, opened the doors to a second location at 5224 Outlet Drive in Pasco. Sculpt, which has a clinic in Kennewick, offers clients access to cryotherapy, red light therapy, infrared sauna, vitamin IV drips, functional medicine, aesthetic services such as body sculpting, Botox and more. (Photo by Laura Kostad)

Sculpt Wellness opens second location in emerging Pasco wellness mall

Business is booming for Sculpt Tri-Cities Wellness Center, with the March opening of a second location at Broadmoor Park off...
Bookwalter Fable Fiction

Bookwalter launches Fable so Fiction restaurant can soar

Bookwalter Winery is expanding its dining business in service of a lofty goal. Owner John Bookwalter wants to transform the...
Nena Cosic watches the installation of the new signs for her business, Café Magnolia, at 4309 W. 27th Place, Suite A, in Kennewick, the spot once occupied by Koko’s Bartini. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Creating a café experience is on entrepreneur’s new menu 

A determined Tri-City entrepreneur has changed her business model and business name and signed a three-year lease in a new...
Tri-CU Credit Union, 3213 W. 19th Ave., Kennewick

Tri-CU eliminates NSF fees, reduces overdraft fees

The growing number of major banks eliminating or reducing overdraft and nonsufficient fund (NSF) fees prompted the Tri-Cities’ smallest credit...
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Kennewick prevails in Futurewise urban expansion challenge

The city of Kennewick has prevailed in its legal battle with Futurewise over the future of its efforts to expand...
Kelsey Bitton, project and property manager for The Public Market 
@ Columbia River Warehouse, has been meeting with interested vendors inside the former Welch’s-J. Lieb Foods plant in downtown Kennewick. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell )

Public market readies for its Kennewick debut

There have been plenty of efforts to bring a public market to the Tri-Cities. But after years of talk, an...
Vincent Laraiso prepares sandwiches at Opportunity Kitchen, a training program run by Columbia Industries. He graduated in February. (Courtesy Columbia Industries)

Columbia Industries sells records division, goes deep on service mission

Columbia Industries, a Kennewick nonprofit that funds its mission to serve people with special needs by operating a series of...
Frost Me Sweet Bistro & Bakery opens Cake & Shake at the former Folded Pizza Pie spot at 421 Wellsian Way in May. The new building supports the Richland eatery’s plan to offer nationwide shipping for its fans. (Courtesy Frost Me Sweet Bistro & Bakery)

Frost Me Sweet plans national deliveries, milkshake drive-thru

Megan Savely Richland’s Frost Me Sweet Bistro & Bakery is casting off the lingering effects of...
Chaplaincy Health is based at 1480 Fowler St., Richland. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Chaplaincy names new chief executive officer

Laurel “Laurie” Jackson After a nationwide search, Chaplaincy Health Care hired a former Tri-Citian as its...

Ex-husband of state senator sued over bankruptcy debt

A Tri-City executive is being sued in U.S. Bankruptcy Court by a creditor seeking more than $1 million for an...

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