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COVER STORY: RETIREMENT LIFESTYLES
“We found the best of the best and made it better,” Richard Mietzner says of Garden Court, his 148-unit retirement community under construction in south Everett

CascadeValley in Arlington considers reducing its number of Medicaid residents

Elder-care benefits offered through the workplace are becoming popular as more and more employees are taking care of older relatives

BUSINESS NEWS
Lynnwood-based KEECO lands a $100 million contract

The Tulalip Tribes are in talks to expand their gaming capabilities

A California company buys Everett Mall Plaza

Snohomish County home sales, pending sales and listings drop

The county jobless rate dips to 7.4 percent

Local Consolidated Cellular stores close

Business Briefs: A mini-tour of Snohomish County business events

People Watching: Career moves, promotions and people “in the news”

TECHNOLOGY
Take steps to keep hackers from entering your wireless network

WORKING WHEELS
Community Transit establishes a mobile command center

CT aims to slash its diesel exhaust emissions

BUSINESS PROFILE
Business is sweet for Mukilteo’s Rose Hill Chocolate Co.

NONPROFIT PROFILE
Diversified helps people with disabilities connect with their communities

GOLF
Golf-course communities appeal to golfers and nongolfers alike

A new real estate Web site focuses on golf-course homes

Everett-based Left-Tee Golf.com partners with Pitts Golf to sell the Mirror Vision training device

The golf course is conducive to building business relationships, golf pro George Winn says

Snohomish County’s golf courses offer something for every skill level

COLUMNS
Financial Focus: Be careful about choosing stocks on the “latest news”

Realty Markets: When buying a home, check out the zoning in and around the neighborhood

Economic Outlook: From the SBA to the SBDC, area resources can help small businesses grow

Marketing Mentor: Focus is key to building a successful marketing mix

Business 101: Don’t underestimate the quiet employee: Big thinkers and doers aren’t always big talkers

Manager’s Memo: Tips for getting the most out of your training dollars

OPINION
Whether in the media or at a conference, the Snohomish County Economic Development Council is busy promoting and developing the local economy

Bill Gates sees a future of faster, easier and more secure technology

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