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Customers Drive Grizzly’s Growth

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Shiraz Balolia made $6 on his first sale of a drill press. Now the sales of the company he founded in Bellingham in 1983...

Putting people first, even during a pandemic

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Customer service is the essence of this essential business In 1989, John Hayes founded Hayes Import Inspection Service, a United States Department of Agriculture import...

Relaxation, made here in Whatcom County

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Comphy Company supplies top spas and resorts worldwide Turquoise waves ebb and flow in the distance. The sun warms your skin while palms sway in...

In Spite of Disruptions, We Didn’t Run Out of Food. Why Not?

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At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the national media were quick to reassure the public that grocery stores would not run out of...

Washington needs manufacturing to lead the economic recovery

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Kaitlyn Pype wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life, but she knew she enjoyed working on cars. She thought about a...

Green Apple Deal Goes Bad

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Can the $1 billion renewable energy plant be saved? Jeremy Lott All crude oil that is extracted with drills and derricks was once biological material that...

Renaissance Woman: Grace Borsari Flying High As Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree

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By definition, it’s easy to refer to Grace Borsari as a Renaissance Woman (one with many talents or areas of knowledge). Early on, Grace was...

COVID-19, Aluminum and U.S. National Security

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Will China destroy a critical U.S. industry? First printed in the Epoch Times, April 1, 2020; updated April 22, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent global...

PIVOT!

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How Brist Mfg. became one of the fastest-growing manufacturers in the U.S. It is among the more memorable television scenes of the 1990s. Chandler, Ross...

Dynamic Duos: Father-Son & Lean Six Sigma

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Jeff Gray and his son, Mason, moved to Bellingham last year and they have cut a wide swath into their life mission—instructing and guiding...