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Pullman businesses adapt to Phase 2 changes

Tawny Szumlas, owner of Rico’s Pub, said employees and customers are following COVID-19 regulations, which includes wearing protection gear like masks.

CHERYL AARNIO and SYDNEY BROWN

May 22, 2020

As Phase 2 kicks off in Pullman, businesses in town must adapt to a new normal. The Safe Start plan for businesses laid out by Gov. Jay Inslee includes specific industry guidelines that businesses must follow in order to reopen, said Pullman Downtown Coordinator Jeanne Weiler. These guidelines include p...

Salon employees find creative solutions to stay connected with Pullman community

Labella Salon is still providing some services like pop-up curbside product sales. Labella employees are also producing educational videos for their clients like how-to videos on cutting bangs at home.

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

April 28, 2020

On March 16, Heather Meyer went to work at the LaBella Salon like any other day. Then, she received a call saying all salons in Washington would be closed until further notice. “As a business owner, my biggest concern was the health and safety of my team,” she said. LaBella is an employee-b...

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