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Sol Baron, President of Stanwood-based Lindstrom Development Group Inc., is named The Herald Business Journal's Executive of the Year for 2001

Related: Community leaders say Sol Baron's Stanwood-Camano Village has proved to be an asset to the area

BUSINESS NEWS
A proposed special-events facility is a step closer to reality as the Everett City Council votes to form a Public Utilities District

JanSport plans to build a 200,000-square-foot distribution center in southwest Everett

High-tech and aluminum industry layoffs push the jobless rate higher in the county and the state

The Snohomish City Council approves an economic development plan

Everett Station, now under construction, is expected to be a catalyst for downtown growth

CASINOS
An $11 million expansion project has turned the Skagit Valley Casino Resort into a regional recreation destination

The Big Apple Casino at Club Broadway offers patrons the "flavor of Las Vegas" in downtown Everett

AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
An Everett-based restoration company takes pride in giving cars new life

Seaview Chevrolet plans to add a Pontiac/GMC dealership to its Lynnwood lot

RV dealers start the spring season with a positive outlook

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Industrial condos are ready for occupancy in Mukilteo

After relocating from Bothell to Snohomish, Bishop & Associates Inc. has a building of its own and space to lease

WEB EXCLUSIVE: With Quil Ceda Village, the Tulalip Tribes are leading the way for development in north Snohomish County

An industrial park near the Arlington Airport adds 38,400 square feet of industrial/warehouse space

BUSINESS PROFILE
Register Tape Advertising's product connects businesses to customers

COLUMNS
Realty Markets: Supply barriers bail out two investors

Financial Focus: It's never too early to teach kids sound investment habits

Internet Marketing: Use site content and e-mail to connect with your customers

Business 101: Successful people know how to deal with mistakes

Manager's Memo: Peer-review panels could be the answer to handling disciplinary problems

Economic Outlook: Community colleges' popularity leads to a funding crunch

OPINION
Attention given to short-term profits is interrupting the stock market's long-term growth

The state director of the National Federation of Independent Business offers lawmakers a prescription for health-insurance ills

BUSINESS BRIEFS

PEOPLE WATCHING

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