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Clover Park exec joins United Way board

Mabel Edmonds, vice president for Instruction at Clover Park Technical College, has been appointed to the United Way of Pierce County’s Board of Directors.

December 2017

AWB lauds judge for blocking Clean Air Rule

With a Thurston County judge blocking the state Department of Ecology’s Clean Air Rule from moving forward Friday, the Association of Washington Business has come out in support of the decision.

December 2017

REI adds to leadership team

Kent outdoor retail co-op REI has announced three recent hires to lead its teams in legal, information technology and REI Co-op Brands: Wilma Wallace, Christine Putur and Chris Speyer.

December 2017

Paid sick leave model policies

Even as their workforce may be heading into holiday slowdown mode, employers and their human resources personnel are making changes to paid sick leave policies.

December 2017

Medical practices connecting

Healthcare as an industry seems in constant change, and a merger announced today will link GI doctors from Olympia to Kirkland.

December 2017

DuPont derailment, detour opens

Highways and railway traffic remains snarled in the South Sound as transportation officials work on routes around the scene of a deadly Amtrak derailment this morning.

December 2017
Multiple fatalities in today’s train crash

Multiple fatalities in today’s train crash

Authorities have not yet released the number of persons killed in an Amtrak derailment just south of DuPont, but reports have been from three up to perhaps six. Pierce County Sheriff spokesman Ed Troyer said all victims were from the train.

December 2017

Major grant for Pierce youth training

Work-related education, training and counseling targeted to youth without college expectations will be funded from a major infusion of support announced today.

December 2017

Midnight count-down for Jan. 1 coverage

Individuals wanting to buy health insurance coverage for the new year have just a matter of hours left in their shopping window.

December 2017

Kent man charged in consumer scams

An unlicensed contractor is facing criminal charges in South King County, even as he already owes $84,000 in fines, unpaid employee wages and workers' compensation premiums.

December 2017
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