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Medical Lake businesses offer mixed messages

COVID’s fallout hurting some, making others take innovative survival steps


Last updated 12/30/2020 at 10:26am

MEDICAL LAKE — Gerri Johnson from Medical Lake’s Farm Salvation business traces her retail roots back to the time when her family operated a small business Spokane.

And she’s translated that experience to today as she tries to steer both her business, and lend whatever assistance that background provides to others in the community amidst the fallout from COVID-19.

Johnson’s step-dad, a military vet, operated a business known as Current Outdoor Power Equipment (C.O.P.E.) first on North Division where the Tomato Street Restaurant now resides.

“It was a family business,” Johnson s...

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