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Quinault Indian Nation opens new wellness center in Aberdeen

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

In October, the Quinault Indian Nation opened the doors to its new $20 million wellness center at 511 West Heron St. in Aberdeen.

123 Bellevue units planned near Spring District

By BRIAN MILLER

Pine Forest Properties began planning well over a decade ago, after the future light-rail route was established, to redevelop its old Bellevue business park just west of the Spring District.



Everett warehouse trades for over $6M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A food distribution center at 6501 Rainier Drive in Everett sold last week for over $6.4 million, according to Snohomish County records.


Desert camps house World Cup fans on a budget

By ISABEL DEBRE

For scores of foreign soccer fans, the road to the World Cup in Doha starts every morning at a barren campsite in the middle of the desert.


Port of Everett OKs $67M budget

By JOURNAL STAFF

The budget will be used to continue to implement the port's Strategic Plan which was adopted in 2019 to support maritime use and mixed-use development at Everett's urban deep-water seaport and waterfront.


Coming soon: tiny house calendar

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Low Income Housing Institute is putting together its 2023 tiny house desk calendar, which will measure 6.5 by 8.5 inches.


‘Goonies' house for sale in Astoria

Good news for fans of “The Goonies:” the old Victorian home featured in the film is on sale in Astoria, Oregon, and potential buyers are considering making it more accessible to the public.


LIHI announces new mascot

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Low Income Housing Institute recently revealed its first ever mascot called Tiny The House.


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