Business Briefs — Oct. 4, 2017

Farm stand now open River Run Farm has opened a farm stand at 2800 Woodcock Rd., across from Woodcock Demonstration Garden, to provide certified organic… Continue reading

First Federal backs the crab fest

First Federal Branch Manager Jody Copeland, left, and First Federal Marketing Manager Jen Swanson present Scott Nagel, Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival Director, with a… Continue reading

  • Oct 4, 2017

Michaels and Ulta one step closer to opening

Sequim residents are getting closer to having two of the largest retailers in the arts and craft and beauty industries right in their backyard. Construction… Continue reading

Time of change at Sequim Farmers Market

What’s new at the market is the search for a new market manager. After eight fantastic years managing the market, this will be my last.… Continue reading

Peninsula Taproom looks to serve more than just beer

Peninsula Taproom A craft beer bar and bottle shop Tentative hours: Open seven days a week, noon-10 p.m. Tentative opening: Sunday, Oct. 1 Where: 210… Continue reading

Business briefs — Sept. 27, 2017

Acupuncture business has new location Serenity Acupuncture is moving from its present location at 520 N. Fifth Ave. to 370 River Road, and will be… Continue reading

Brewing new ownership at Java Jungle

Coffee stand at 231 Valley Center Place, Sequim 6 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Sunday Contact: 460-2040 Just off Highway 101 and nestled next to the Red Carpet… Continue reading

Business briefs — Sept. 20, 2017

Bodhi Tree Yoga sets open house Celebrate Bodhi Tree Yoga Studio’s fifth year with an open house at from 12:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, at… Continue reading

  • Sep 20, 2017

Free renewable energy workshop on tap

The Clallam Conservation District is hosting a free workshop for farms and small business owners to help them apply for incentives to bring solar electric,… Continue reading

JL Dixon Designs comes to the market

What’s new at the market? Cute, smart and utilitarian wine charms. Lyn and John Dixon moved here recently from the San Francisco area and have… Continue reading

Unemployment rate moves up marginally in August

The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased slightly from 4.5 to 4.6 percent in August, primarily because of a jump in the state’s labor force,… Continue reading

  • Sep 20, 2017

Behind the scenes with Cascadia Films

Matt Sagen exudes passion for his work as a Sequim-based cinematographer. The 33-year-old said chasing his dreams means doing exactly what he’s doing now: owning… Continue reading

Business briefs — Sept. 13, 2017

Sunshine Cafe takes a break It’s a fall rejuvenation and holiday for staff at the Sunshine Cafe (135 W. Washington St.). The restaurant will be… Continue reading

Clallam EDC, Sequim Chamber present business ‘primer’

The Clallam Economic Development Corporation has announced an opportunity for Clallam County businesses and other organizations, both small and large, to gain LEAN process improvement… Continue reading

Sequim-area businesses make the A-List

A number of North Olympic Peninsula businesses cracked the top five in several categories in a voted competition on Seattle A-List, created by CityVoter. The… Continue reading

Business briefs — Sept. 6, 2017

Free class, new staffer at Fit4Life Fit4Life Studio is offering a free P90X class at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 5:30 p.m. with instructor… Continue reading

Castell’s shred events raises $5k for schools

Castell Insurance, 426 E. Washington St., held its sixth annual shred event on Aug. 26 to its most success ever, raising $5,000 and bringing in… Continue reading

Sequim Bike Works comes to the market

What’s new at the market is yet another budding business — this one is a nonprofit bike shop. Nathan Van Laningham has begun this new… Continue reading

Business briefs — Aug. 30, 2017

Rotsten joins Estes Builders Jon Rotsten has joined Estes Builders as construction quality manager. He has worked in construction since the late 1990s, with a… Continue reading

Record low unemployment continues in Washington

Washington’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate clocked in at 4.5 percent for the third consecutive month in July, according to the state Employment Security Department. “The… Continue reading