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BUSINESS

Family Business – Port Blakely

Oberto: Looking ahead to the next 100 years 20-21_020218  (part 1) 22_020218  (part 2)

Claude Changarnier reclaimed his Domaine

Sandeep Nain takes his business to new heights

Mobile satellite technology makes it easier to connect

Six CEOs share UW roots

UW experts talk about the 787 and what’s next in the materials revolution

‘You mad?’ Seahawks’ Richard Sherman wins endorsement deals

Seattle’s Fun Machine

HEALTH CARE

Pain Pills: The risk of having them around the house

Epilepsy Monitoring Unit Records Seizures

Put Me In, Coach

Fred Hutch offshoot thrives in Sunnyside

Partnering with Uganda against a global killer

Improving cancer care one doctor at a time

http://quest.fhcrc.org/articles/2009/12/improving.html

State weighs impact of religious, secular health mergers

Region’s ultrasound companies create advanced new therapies

GENERAL FEATURES

Legal help sought for trafficking survivors

Marking the 75th anniversary of Japanese internment order

The saga of Kennewick man is a volatile mix of race, politics, religion and science

After the fallout – lessons learned from Chernobyl

The dirt on chores – does your child help clean up?

Keeping kids safe – when coaches prey on young kids

https://www.parentmap.com/article/keeping-kids-safe-when-coaches-prey-on-young-kids

EDUCATION

Irresistible Music

What happens when you give students money to spend?

Scariest thing about space? Spacewalks

REAL ESTATE/CONSTRUCTION

King Street Station upgrades on track

South Lake Union’s life sciences market is hot – but very tight

Seattle developers rush to be first on their block

Main Street USA — Revitalizing the heart of small towns

Savvy developers are turning old-school office parks into vibrant mixed-use villages

Inside Bellevue’s Zero Energy Idea Home

http://425magazine.com/home-green-home/

Point Ruston soon to achieve milestone – residents

West’s largest TOD takes shape near Pioneer Square