Construction workers concentrate their efforts Tuesday on the roof of the new Original Pancake House going up in the Southridge area of Kennewick. The $1.2 million restaurant is set to open in early 2017 and employ about 40 people. The Mid-Columbia unemployment rate inched up in November but the overall picture painted by the state Employment Security Department shows a healthy economy in its fourth year of expansion.
Construction workers concentrate their efforts Tuesday on the roof of the new Original Pancake House going up in the Southridge area of Kennewick. The $1.2 million restaurant is set to open in early 2017 and employ about 40 people. The Mid-Columbia unemployment rate inched up in November but the overall picture painted by the state Employment Security Department shows a healthy economy in its fourth year of expansion. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Construction workers concentrate their efforts Tuesday on the roof of the new Original Pancake House going up in the Southridge area of Kennewick. The $1.2 million restaurant is set to open in early 2017 and employ about 40 people. The Mid-Columbia unemployment rate inched up in November but the overall picture painted by the state Employment Security Department shows a healthy economy in its fourth year of expansion. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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