Business

The Cooks are the new owners of Cozy's Roadhouse in Clinton. The former owners of La Paz have put lots of work in renovating the restaurant.

Cozy’s revamped under new ownership

CLINTON — Cozy’s Roadhouse has undergone a major facelift in recent months. From the outside it still looks like the same old sports bar alongside Highway 525, but on the inside the new owners Stephanie and Troy Cook have been hard at work to turn it into a place for the whole family to play and eat.

  • May 5, 2007
The Cooks are the new owners of Cozy's Roadhouse in Clinton. The former owners of La Paz have put lots of work in renovating the restaurant.

Speakers to talk tourism in Clinton

Tourism is a major economic factor in Washington, especially on South Whidbey where bed-and-breakfasts and specialty shops try to survive on the visitors’ dime more than anywhere else in the area.

  • Apr 28, 2007

Lightless in Langley: How business people in Langley coped with the power outages

For a period of 57 days from mid-November to early January, the city of Langley experienced approximately 162 hours of electricity outage due to weather-related damage to the transmission and distribution systems on Whidbey Island.

  • Mar 17, 2007

Mini-storage facility planned near Freeland

It may be time to make room for another personal storage business in Freeland: An Anacortes builder has filed for permits to build a mini-storage facility on Highway 525. Ralph Palmer wants to build a storage facility on the north side of Highway 525, across from Landshapers, north of Bush Point Road in Freeland.

  • Jan 20, 2007