Archive of: Lewis County, Mason County, Thurston County

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Caring for storm-impacted pets

Animal-loving consumers in the South Sound and greater Puget Sound market are opening their wallets to help feed cats and dogs impacted by Gulf Coast hurricanes.

October 2017

Public Power Week: Let’s celebrate

Almost eight decades ago, citizens of Mason County petitioned to form a public electric power district to replace a private supplier. It was a long political and legal battle, before PUD 3 started operations in 1939.

October 2017

40/40: Growth in biz and preservation

From selling produce as a child to serving international communications clients, plus passionate defense of our natural world for future generations. Two more stellar examples of "40 Under Forty" in the South Sound.

October 2017

Thurston makes more gopher reviews

With redesigned programs for property reviews, building officials in Thurston County have set a record this past summer construction season, and even clean up carry-over pending applications from 2016.

September 2017

40/40: Families, Community & Justice

A former charter fishing boat captain turned homes facilitator and an attorney who seeks to bring effective legal representation to clients who might feel 'priced out' of other established law firms are today's "40 Under Forty" honorees.

September 2017

Heritage growing in Tumwater & Gig Harbor

From its first opening in Gig Harbor five years ago, Heritage Distilling is rapidly growing around western Washington and in Oregon. There is more expansion coming near the original location, too.

September 2017

40/40: Returns from work, distilling success

Running toward success the story of one "40 Under Forty" honoree and finding it relatively early in a career describes another. Both stories are included in today's profile of 2017 honorees.

September 2017

40/40: Educating business & growing community

One of today's highlighted "40 Under Forty" honorees has grown her professional focus from teaching teens to helping adults learn new skills. The other has been literally growing his community for half of his young life.

September 2017

40/40: Local hometown booster & banking on future

Small hometowns don't always get the benefit of returning young persons willing to lead into the future, but Shelton has. And in a newly arrived role model banker, new elements of a community can see their own way forward.

September 2017

New Public Works director for Thurston

A 15-year veteran of Pierce County's government is the newly named director of public works for Thurston County.

September 2017
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