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Alaska FCU adds Tacoma financial center

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union has opened a new financial center in Tacoma, the institution’s 35th in Washington.

April 2017

Record first quarter net income for Columbia Bank

Columbia Bank posted a record first quarter net income of $29.2 million during 2017’s Q1, up 37 percent from the same quarter last year.

April 2017

Rent or buy? In South Sound, it's better to own

Trying to decide whether to rent or buy in the region? SmartAsset’s latest study, in which the finance website ranks the best Washington markets to own a home, might help.

April 2017

2017 Financial Executives of the Year named

It was financial executives’ day in the spotlight today as Business Examiner Media hosted its fourth annual Financial Executives of the Year event today at Historic 1625 Tacoma Place.

April 2017

Modest growth for Heritage Bank in first quarter

Heritage Bank’s first quarter earnings report today showed a model of consistency, with a net income of $9.3 million for 2017’s first quarter compared to $9.1 million for 2016 Q1.

April 2017

Commencement Q1 income surges after Thurston First merger

Commencement Bank reported a net income of $569,000 for 2017’S Q1 — up year over year from $272,000 during 2016’s first quarter.

April 2017

Washington marijuana sales spike 79 percent on 4/20

April 20 — 4/20, colloquially, to marijuana users — is the de facto Black Friday of the cannabis market, and sales numbers in Washington show it.

April 2017

Earth Friendly Products celebrates 50th anniversary in Lacey

Earth Friendly Products, which manufactures ECOS Laundry Detergent and other green cleaning products at its Lacey facility, celebrated its 50th anniversary yesterday.

April 2017

Bankers to put on teaching hats on Thursday

Bankers are taking over Harvard Elementary School on Thursday, as more than 20 Wells Fargo employees will take over teaching duties as part of Teach Children to Save Day.

April 2017

Port of Oly's Small Cities program awards funds

With the initiative now in its eighth year, Thurston County’s small cities are set to benefit again financially from the Port of Olympia’s aptly named Small Cities program.

April 2017
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