Archive of: South Sound

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Spring comes to east Mt. Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park Superintendent Randy King announced today that visitors can drive to the Sunrise area on the east side of the mountain starting this Friday morning. Seasonal snow-clearing has been finished and flowers are blooming.

June 2015

Stericycle in Morton fined by Ecology

Stericycle, a medical waste disposal firm in Morton, has been ordered by Department of Ecology to stop accepting bio-waste until its resolves problems at its Lewis County facility. A company spokesperson said they are working to comply.

June 2015

TriWest clarifies South Sound growth

Veterans residing in the South Sound will have more access portals to reach their retiree-earned health care benefits, now that TriWest Healthcare has doubled the staffing at its Puyallup service center by adding more than 150 jobs this month.

June 2015

Contractors group, unions agree

Four construction-related labor unions have reached new three-year collective bargaining agreements with the trade group, Associated General Contractors of Washington.

June 2015

Are you getting your share?

In a business world increasingly swimming in 'big data,' too many managers are over-whelmed and end up doing mostly nothing with those inputs, according to a presenter at a recent conference of small and mid-sized manufacturers.

June 2015

Recreational marijuana sales report

Retail sales of recreational marijuana continue to expand, according to a report today from state Liquor Control Board regulators.

May 2015

Renters rate Tacoma C-minus

A new survey of Tacoma apartment dwellers delivers a poor score overall, with disappointing or failing grades in many categories.

May 2015

Remodeling projects award-winners

Builders that specialize in remodeling and residential additions collected awards for their best projects this week in a program from Master Builders Association Pierce County.

May 2015

New president/COO hired at TrueBlue

TrueBlue, a nationwide staffing provider headquartered in Tacoma, named Patrick Beharelle to be president and COO today.

May 2015

Wave secures funding for expansion

A possible future operator of Tacoma's Click! TV network, Wave Broadband, today announced a new $130 million funding through sale of corporate bonds.

May 2015
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