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More bottom-cleaning at Oly port

A final step of last year's Corps of Engineers dredging for terminals at Port of Olympia is being done this week. It will restore the depth levels for ship loading and remove legacy polluted sediments from the bay.

January 2015

South Sound museums participate in Seattle promotion

A handful of South Sound museums are participating in the inaugural Seattle Museum Month, launched by Visit Seattle.

January 2015

Backup at ports to be subject of Senate hearing

The ongoing cargo backup at West Coast ports, including the facilities in Tacoma and Seattle, will be the subject of a Wednesday hearing in the Washington State Senate.

January 2015

Emerald Downs announces participation incentives

Auburn's Emerald Downs has announced incentives targeted toward increasing participation at the horse racing facility, where the number of starters has fallen by 44 percent in the last nine years.

January 2015

State legislative session opens

The Washington State Legislature's 2015 session began today, with noon opening ceremonies kicking off the session that will adjourn at the end of April.

January 2015

Ecology releases ‘fish consumption’ rule

As legislators assembled in Olympia for today's opening of the new session, Department of Ecology released the long-awaited proposed rules governing inland water quality.

January 2015

Who’s Who is one day away

Wednesday evening will see the first big B2B networking event as Comcast Business Services sponsors Who's Who 2015 produced by Business Examiner Media Group.

January 2015

New marine terminal boss at Olympia port

Leonard Faucher, a transplant from New York City's extensive harbor ports, is the new Port of Olympia marine terminal director.

January 2015

2014 a banner year for Spaceworks

New businesses, more jobs and occupied commercial spaces are results in 2014 from Spaceworks, a program in Tacoma that matches artisans with building landlords and leasing agents.

January 2015

New aerospace work coming to Sumner

Boeing today announced an expanded supplier relationship for the 737 Max airliner that will bring new jobs to Sumner. GKN Aerospace North America will be finishing and painting new winglets there.

January 2015
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