Archive of: Small Business

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Credit union marketing honored

America’s Credit Union recently received four awards from the Marketing Association of Credit Unions.

July 2014

Auburn builder will award a 2nd free roof

Local contractor Rainier View Construction and Roofing is searching for the family in Pierce, Kitsap or Kittitas counties most deserving of a new covering over their homestead.

June 2014

Bellevue tech firm buys CodeSmart

Twelve-year-old Lacey-based technology firm CodeSmart Inc. is now majority owned by People Tech, a fast-growing leader in the enterprise applications and IT services marketplace based in Bellevue.

June 2014

New rules for disadvantaged biz at WSDOT

WSDOT has drafted new rules on set-asides for disadvantaged businesses that want to participate in construction projects funded by Federal Aviation Administration.

June 2014

Westport Shipyard gets new owner

Westport Shipyard, which has manufactured fishing boats and, more recently, 100-foot-plus yachts on Washington's coast, has a new majority ownership based on the Gulf Coast.

June 2014

JBLM wants to buy from your business

More than 100 local business representatives came to Joint Base Lewis McChord this morning to learn what –– and how –– the military will be buying goods and services over the next year.

June 2014

Local firm tackles Thurston collections

Grimm Collections, a Tumwater firm with 70 years in the business, has a new contract to handle past-due receivables for Thurston County District Court.

June 2014

Review of coal mine comments underway

A federal agency that regulates surface mining is now evaluating an environmental assessment and public comments to decide whether an active coal mine can reopen near Black Diamond in southeastern King County.

June 2014

Wilcox Farms fined for worker death

Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) has cited Wilcox Farms Feedmill Inc. of Roy for safety violations related to a fatal silo collapse last December.

June 2014

‘Falling’ for safer workplaces

Because of the high number of falls in the workplace, Washington State Department of Labor & Industries is teaming up with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration to announce a “Safety Stand-Down” this week.

June 2014
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