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Friday Harbor’s migration of seasonal workers is about to strike, and this…
By Cali Bagby Journal general magager/editor Lopez Island resident Sara Waugh has…
When Stephanie Smith bought the famous Holly B’s Bakery in its 40th year …
Marge McCoy, pharmacist, business owner, mother and wife, said her number one belief at work is that the staff at the pharmacy put the patient first.
The Lopez Coffee Shop opened its doors on Friday, Oct. 2 with the sounds of foaming milk and the chit chat of locals and tourists alike.
Get inspired. Get motivated. Come think outside the box with instructor James Dunn. His new workshop has small group breakout sessions to give more individual attention.
The Office of Minority and Women Business Enterprises, in partnership with the San Juan County Economic Development Council, will offer itsOMWBE Certification Workshop on Wednesday, Jan. 14, from 9 a.m. until noon at the San Juan Island Library, and videoconferenced at both the Lopez Library and the Orcas Island Library.
An ending and a beginning. The gym is closing. The gym is opening. Island Body and Fitness at the old Lopez Village market building is closing and a new group, Lopez Fit, is opening a gym at a new location; the old Paper Scissors building.
Tom Froning graduated with an industrial design degree from the University of Cincinnati, and soon after, he traveled to Lopez Island.
Would you like to energize your business and find new ways to move forward? Brian Jaeger, popular small business adviser and business development strategist returns to Lopez Island on Nov. 14 with several opportunities for small business owners to do so.
“Best of the Best” Great Northwest Wine Judging results are in. This judging of northwest Gold Medal winning wines is an annual event, where wines of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia are reviewed by an experienced panel of judges.
O2 Energy Light, located in the center of Lopez village, is now open and ready to serve the San Juan Islands and surrounding areas. They offer mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy, infrared sauna therapy and other light therapies.
The Etsy workshop and support group meets Sunday, May 26, 3 – 5 p.m. at the Slow Art Studio & Bindery on 1008 B Dill Road.
Healing Energy Arts of Lopez, aka HEAL, is an alternative and complementary healthcare clinic that opened its doors in late August 2010. Julienne Battalia, the co-owner of Lopez Massageworks (since 1989), joined forces with Deborah Boneville and other practitioners from Wellspring Massage to create a holistic health center for Lopez Island.
Need to get the word out about your business, but don’t have a big marketing budget? The San Juan County Economic Development Council will host a workshop on how to market your business inexpensively and effectively on Tuesday, Nov. 27, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the Orcas Island Library community room.
The San Juan County Economic Development Council will present a free half-day workshop for small businesses and entrepreneurs on San Juan Island, on Monday, Oct. 29, 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the community room of the San Juan Island Library in Friday Harbor.
Kira Gates is a runner, its somethings she has loved since she was a girl. But now it is more than just a hobby. Gates put her interest in exercise in the forefront of her life when she accepted the position of certified personal trainer at the new Island Body and Fitness.
Pumpkin pecan, blackberry, pistachio, caramel apple pie and red velvet are fall favors. During Christmastime, its candy cane, eggnog and cranberry orange fudge that you find under the counter of the Just Heavenly Fudge Factory.
The smell of freshly cooked burgers, fries, fish and chips, coffee, and cookies made from scratch drift from the door of Ye Scurvy Dogs - Home Port restaurant, located at the ferry landing.
Common Sense Alliance is pleased to announce the addition of Sandy Mackie, a leading land use attorney of the Perkins Coie Law Offices, Seattle, to its team of professionals: including practicing attorneys, civil engineers, licensed and certified hydrologists, geologists, and business leaders.
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of the Lopez Island community. Upon our first visit to “The Bay” we knew it was a special place and the perfect setting to fulfill a longtime dream of owning our own restaurant.
If you are thinking of starting a business or would like to recreate an existing one to be more successful, James Dunn will return to teach a lively interactive business class on the last Friday and Saturday in January at the library meeting room.
The legislation authorized in 2010 that gave Skagit and San Juan Counties the ability to take on farm interns is due to sunset on Dec. 31 of this year.
Lopez Island will also sponsor the Lopez Village Lighting on November 25 at 4:30 pm with all the Village merchants, galleries and restaurants staying open at least until 6 p.m. with some shops staying open until 7 or 8 p.m.
Suzanne Getz explains Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy
President and CEO Brad Williamson will be on hand to say “hello” as Islanders Bank celebrates Customer Appreciation Days on the Lopez branch Thursday, June 16, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In March, Dr. Barbara L. Swahlen launched a new veterinary service called…
Real Estate in the San Juan Islands, a monthly publication, is available online on this site.
“Breaking ground for the thrift shop” with, from left to right, Bill Brimmer (with shovel), Dick Peal, Craig Vaughn and Maria Armstrong (with shovel).
Solar panels provide energy for the homes of Common Ground.
From left to right: produce worker Ken Janousek, store manager Richard Brown, store owner Bill Carpenter, maintenance advisor Miles O’Neal, and president of the Lopez Village Market corporation, Aaron Dye.
Susie and Nick Teague’s seven circle labyrinth on Lopez Island.
The Senior Golf tournament was a big success; first place winners were Gretchen Scherzinger, Bjorn, Ottosson, and Skip Ward.
Lauren Stephens (left), Becky Smith (center) and Jules McLelland (not pictured) load up colorfully painted bikes that will be used as markers for the Tour de Lopez.
Washington L&I Health and Safety Consultant John Moller (right) with Solid Waste Utility Manager Steve Alexander (To Moller’s immediate left) and other members of the county staff during his visit to the SJI transfer station.
Randy Waugh, graduate of last Fall’s LIFRC Small Business Class, looks over Business Plans for his Chicaoji chipotle chile sauce.