Archive of: Lewis County, Mason County, Thurston County

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Shelton roofer to jail for scam

Unregistered roofer owes nearly $180,000 in state L&I fines, safety infractions, workers' comp premiums and penalties.

July 2017

Strong borrowing lifts HomeStreet results

Weaker demand for residential mortgages, because of the tight supply situation, impacted quarterly earnings for HomeStreet Inc., corporate parent to HomeStreet Bank.

July 2017

Enjoy 4th of July holiday

Happy 4th of July. Daily Biz Briefs will return on Wednesday, July 5th.

July 2017

Legislators ‘celebrate’ budget resolutions

Apparently proving the doubters wrong, state legislators are today putting final passage to a new Washington two-year budget, that adds significant new spending to 'basic education,' while bringing modest new tax revenues.

June 2017

PUD earns 38th consecutive ‘clean’ audit

Customers of Mason PUD 3 can be assured that their utility payments and taxes are being spent appropriately, say state auditors who completed a recent review.

June 2017

Sea level rising: Local impacts?

Olympia partners have a response plan under discussion to prepare for the future, when a rising level of the globe's oceans might routinely bring salt water onto downtown streets.

June 2017

Faster connect, no extra cost

Connecting to internet will be faster for many Comcast customers, at no additional monthly expense.

June 2017

Legislature Special Session III called

Washington state agencies are just nine days out from a government shut-down, so the governor this afternoon called for a third special Legislative session starting tomorrow to find a budget plan.

June 2017

Interim leader for state HCA

Another state executive agency will see an interim director starting next month, as the governor's team conducts a search for the next leader of the Health care Authority.

June 2017

State revenue forecast updated

A modest improvement in forecasted state tax revenues announced today will not itself be enough to resolve budgetary differences in the state capital, even as the clocks runs down of the current legislative special session.

June 2017
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