Archive of: South Sound

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New loan assist program for small biz

Washington’s State Department of Commerce today announced a new revolving loan fund that will help increase access to credit through the a Small Business Credit Initiative.

July 2014

Solar leasing, installation subject to WUTC

State regulators today issued a formal policy finding that companies that lease rooftop solar systems, and sell power produced to a customer, are likely subject to regulation as an electrical company.

July 2014

Activist, barrister & coach: 40 Under Forty

A former beauty pageant contestant turned political consultant, football star turned attorney and an experienced athlete now teaching next generation kids to succeed; these are today's 40 Under Forty honorees.

July 2014

Texas border hubris hurts Wash. farmers

Immigrant farm laborers headed to Washington state under a legal work visa program are backing up at the U.S. border, at least in part due to the humanitarian crisis related to unaccompanied minors.

July 2014

Thurston business owner charged

The state Attorney General’s Office has filed criminal charges against Michael Mann, owner of Wheelchairs Plus Inc., in Thurston County Superior Court.

July 2014

Thurston hires from Pierce County

Thurston County has hired Ramiro A. Chavez as the new director for the County Public Works Department, replacing Donavan Willcut, who is retiring.

July 2014

Washington loses 787-10 work

Boeing announced today that final assembly of the 787-10 model will take place exclusively in South Carolina. The company will continue to assemble both 787-8s and 787-9s in Everett and North Charleston.

July 2014

Farmer, handyman & sales pro: 40 Under Forty

A banker who's secretly a farmer, a neighborhood handyman and an accomplished sales pro are three more of 2014 Class for 40 Under Forty in the South Sound.

July 2014

OlyKraut one of 16 prize contenders

Kitsap Bank has named Olympia food producer OlyKraut LLC one of 16 companies in contention for the $20,000 prize in a small business competition.

July 2014

See how light rail might reach Fed Way

The public is invited to learn about planning work underway to extend Link light rail service to Kent/Des Moines by 2023, with plans to reach Federal Way when more funding is secured.

July 2014
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