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‘Battle of the Buildings’ is on

Fred Meyer and QFC grocery stores are joining a competition nationwide to bring more energy efficiency to commercial and retail buildings, as well as government structures. EPA is promoting this 'Battle of the Buildings.'

July 2015

Washington, Oregon farmers aid food banks

Dairy farmers in Washington and Oregon joined in the month of June to collect almost 200 pounds of food and cash donations to support the wholesale food bank networks of the two states.

July 2015

Adding Tucson to Tacoma firm

One of Tacoma's prominent industrial supply houses, Stellar Industrial Supply, has announced a pending expansion into Arizona.

July 2015

Tacoma golf pro going to Oregon

Professional golfers from five states in the Pacific Northwest will square off against Tacoman Todd Erwin, defending champion, in the Senior Oregon Open starting next Tuesday near Pendleton.

July 2015

'Phenomenal' activity in South Sound home sales

Home sales volumes around western Washington are reaching their highest levels in a decade, and the South Sound is no different, according to the latest statistics from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.

July 2015

South Sound jobs still growing

More persons joined the regional labor force in May, according to new data out today from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and a slightly larger percentage of them did find work.

July 2015

Anchor Bank pays dividend

Anchor Bank makes cash dividend payment to its holding company, further confirming its emergence from a long-term slump started in the Great Recession.

July 2015

Burn ban growing today

A burn ban on all state-protected public lands in Washington begins today and will extend through the end of September, according to officials. Warm, dry conditions are the cause.

June 2015

Grays Harbor oyster processor, exec plead guilty

Willapa Bay in Grays Harbor county may be less polluted now that an oyster processing plant has pleaded guilty to improper waste water discharges.

June 2015

Grays Harbor getting more port work

Underwater channel dredging is planned to start this fall within Grays Harbor, deepening the navigational channels to 38-feet. The work was first authorized in 1986 and will finally conclude with this U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract.

June 2015
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