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Mt. Rainier image on forever stamp

Mt. Rainier image on forever stamp

One of the country's first national parks -- Mt. Rainier -- is captured on a new postal stamp that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the park system.

April 2016

Sales, profits up for TrueBlue

Demand for temporary labor and related services by small to medium-sized companies remained stronger over the first three months of 2016, but larger employers are called "sluggish" in the TrueBlue quarterly earnings report.

April 2016

Mason PUD 3 not changing crews

Responding to concerns from its customers around Belfair and north Mason County, PUD 3 has decided it will not go forward with a planned change in line crew scheduling and dispatches.

April 2016

Port cancels Chowder Challenge

There can't be a chowder event without quality food purveyors, so the Port of Olympia has cancelled its summertime tradition for Chowder Challenge.

April 2016

March unemployment rates drop

A slowly improving jobs market in the South Sound and the rest of Washington is reflected in March unemployment data released today.

April 2016

Lewis County timber buyer to prison

A South Sound criminal theft of national forest resources ended with a prison sentence for a Winlock man, who admitted buying maple wood without requiring his suppliers to show permits governing its harvest.

April 2016

Port will still get $1.4 million+

Backers of the now-dead methanol production facility at Tacoma's port will be making a large payment to the Port this month to end the lease.

April 2016

Tacoma methanol plant abandoned

Citing expansive regulatory controls and inadequate time, the Chinese-back company that had proposed a massive methanol plant at Port of Tacoma has ended its lease option on the property.

April 2016

Pacific Lutheran earns spot on top Christian colleges list

Pacific Lutheran University has been named one of the country’s top 100 Christian colleges by College Choice.

April 2016

Local delegation headed for Panama Canal

Sen. Pam Roach, R-Sumner, is taking a delegation down to the Panama Canal today and tomorrow to get briefed on the expansion and its impacts on local trade.

April 2016
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