Archive of: Olympia

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Merger between Commencement, Thurston First official

The merger between Tacoma-based Commencement Bank and Olympia-based Thurston First Bank is complete.

October 2016

Data breaches hit 450,000 in state for year

The first annual summary of data breach incidents in Washington released today identifies 39 separate cases, all but one being of relatively small numbers of consumers.

October 2016

From SSBiz: SBA helps employees become owners

Federally-back small business loans are helping employees at some South Sound companies buy their employer, triggering their future while releasing their former boss to retire. Read more details in this article from South Sound BIZ.

October 2016

Food collections by Haggen

Regional grocery chain Haggen has a one-week food drive going that hopes to collect 300,000 pounds of foods for distribution to hungry families in the market.

October 2016

Olympia YWCA will recognize Habitat

Noting over-lapping service areas, YWCA of Olympia has named the local Habitat for Humanity as its Business of Achievement for this year.

October 2016

Executive people moves

A number of well-known and prominent business executives have made changes in their work situations recently.

October 2016

Community hospitals earn plaudits

The state trade association for hospitals recognized six facilities in the South Sound for their attention to and progress toward quality care today.

October 2016

$316 million economic impact for SPSCC

A study revealed today by South Puget Sound Community College shows that the Olympia school had a $316 million economic impact on Thurston County in fiscal year 2014-15.

October 2016

WOI: Five decades of service

Teacher, attorney, philanthropist and author are appropriate descriptions for a half-century of supporting the Thurston County community by the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Woman of Influence.

October 2016

Police watch West Oly store vandal

A lone male apparently suffering from mental health issues attacked a furniture store in west Olympia early yesterday and caused around $50,000 in damage. He was eventually talked down by police officers and taken to a local hospital.

October 2016
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