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From BE: Affordable Care Act causing headaches

Employee benefits consultants and insurance agents share their frustrations as they try to help companies comply with the ever-changing requirements of implementing Affordable Care Act -- Obamacare.

February 2014

Fed. Way seeks performing center advice

The City of Federal Way is investigating whether to invest in construction of a performing arts and conference center. Mayor Jim Ferrell has issued a call for local volunteers to help the city develop objective operational and financial information.

January 2014

The nation’s lens on Olympia Monday

C-SPAN cable TV channel brings a producing team with specially outfitted Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) into Olympia starting Monday.

January 2014

South Sound Resource book published

The popular “book of lists” publication by Business Examiner Media Group was distributed earlier this week to subscribers.

December 2013

From BE: 2013 in Review

In today’s bi-weekly Business Examiner edition, our Content Team looks back “Tracking the Year 2013 by the Numbers” and words.

December 2013
Fresh start for Federal Way tourism site

Fresh start for Federal Way tourism site

Federal Way will be bringing in the New Year with a new tourism website. City staff has been working with efelle media in Seattle since the middle of the summer to reinvent the website that helps draw visitors to Federal Way.

November 2013
Locals hunt for pickles, prizes

Locals hunt for pickles, prizes

If you’re looking for something to do today, there’s still time to join Tacoma’s second annual pickle hunt. The women behind the event, Lynnae Schneller and Aly Cullinane of Lynnae’s Gourmet Pickles, won’t pay your speeding tickets — but if you’re first to find their hidden pickle jars, you’ll win prizes worth $500 to $1,000.

November 2013
WA Tourism Alliance seeks bigger budget

WA Tourism Alliance seeks bigger budget

If someone were traveling to the Northwestern U.S., chances are he’d choose to go to Montana over Washington.

November 2013

More cleanup at Kaiser Smelter site

The Port of Tacoma Port Commissioners Court has more than doubled the construction authorization for the 96-acre Kaiser Aluminum Smelter site it acquired in 2003.

October 2013
Advice from a food truck owner

Advice from a food truck owner

Budha Bear Bagels & Café serves up more than a mean turkey chive sandwich. Beyond their menu of bagels, soups, salads and mac and cheese, Dave Chavis, owner of the three-week-old food truck, has a lesson for business owners and budding entrepreneurs: take your business to your customers.

October 2013
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