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Earth Day donations to parks

Growing Northwest grocery chain is giving more than $40,000 to four national parks in the Pacific Northwest, and Facebook fans determined which would share in the gifts.

April 2015

Union retreats on So. Carolina vote

The Machinists' union has withdrawn its petition seeking to force a vote on unionization of the Boeing South Carolina workforce. The company said in a statement that it looks forward to moving forward together with its employees.

April 2015

NFIB argues against governor’s taxes

A statewide small business advocacy group is launching advertising to get residents to tell their state legislators not to enact new low carbon fuel taxes as proposed by the governor.

March 2015

Will gas prices slide with refinery strike over?

When labor unions stuck Arlington's Tesoro oil refinery in February, gas pump prices jumped up because of the possible interruption of supplies. Now that the strike is over, will prices return to a downward trend?

March 2015

Tacoma, Seattle Ports to meet tomorrow

Port of Tacoma commissioners and their counterparts from Seattle will be meeting tomorrow at SeaTac Airport, but the public will be included only in the first one hour of the all morning session.

March 2015

Final 520 pontoons afloat in Aberdeen

The final three of 33 football-field-size pontoons for Seattle's new 520 Floating Bridge will float out of their construction basin on Tuesday morning. An additional 44 stability pontoons were constructed in Tacoma for the massive project.

March 2015

Today’s reactions to Transportation plan

As the state House of Representatives begins consideration of a $15 billion transportation package passed yesterday by the Senate, voices are being heard from Labor and metro-Seattle solons that call for significant modifications.

March 2015

Shelton operations remain Simpson

Simpson Lumber continuing operations of McCleary's door manufacturing plant and, for now, the downtown Shelton lumber mill, following sale of Tacoma and Longview mills to Canadians.

March 2015

Tourism $$ available in FW

The City of Federal Way is inviting requests for funding from event organizers or promoters that expect to bring additional visitors to the city this summer.

February 2015

Steve Gray, Financial Executive finalist

Steve Gray is charged with fiscal and financial oversight of a 100+ year-old family business in an evolving industry sector. Success is evident at the company moves into its fourth generation supplying the materials needed by those throughout the region that area building structures for the next century.

February 2015
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