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Gift of cash, not a tub, to JBLM residence

Family members of military and retired patients at Madigan Army Medical Center will benefit from a weekend donation from Olympic Hot Tubs.

May 2017

No government work for ‘wage cheats’

State and local government contracts are no longer available to any company that's been found guilty of wage theft, under a new law signed today at the state capital.

May 2017

Chamber ‘spotlights’ military supporter

A specialist in labor relations, workforce development and organizational consulting is being honored by a local chamber of commerce for his commitment to support military members of the community.

May 2017

How to classify military base jobs?

As part of planning process for the South Sound and region into the year 2040, policy analysts and elected officials are looking into how to count the vast military-related employment impacts.

May 2017

Federal inspectors back at Western State

A survey team from the federal government has returned to Lakewood for a re-survey of operations and conditions at Western State Hospital. A visit last year resulted in a plan to make significant improvements or lose federal funding.

May 2017

South Sound contractors win at regional ABC awards

Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington held its 2017 Excellence in Construction Awards last night, with a pair of South Sound builders taking home awards during the ceremony.

May 2017

New legislation to realign public hiring to aid veterans

Washington will begin building a peer-to-peer network for veterans support services, a plan that will include restructuring public employment hiring to benefit military personnel.

May 2017

Heritage banker named SBA's Financial Services Advocate of the Year

Addie Roberge, SBA commercial lender at Heritage Bank, has been named by the U.S. Small Business Administration as the 2017 Financial Services Advocate of the Year.

May 2017

Housing market getting especially discouraging for first time buyers

“Frustrating” is how brokers are summarizing the mood of buyers, brokers – and industry professionals – during the current housing market frenzy.

May 2017

Thurston United Way executive director announces departure

After seven years at the helm of the United Way of Thurston County, Executive Director Paul Knox has announced his departure by the end of 2017.

May 2017
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