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SCJ Alliance acquires 28-year-old landscape firm

SCJ Alliance’s acquisition of Olympia-based landscape design and architecture firm Jeffrey B. Glander and Associates (JGA), announced today, is a move that has been predicated on a history of teamwork.

May 2016

Providence, Fairfax consider Thurston psychiatric hospital

Providence St. Peter Hospital and Fairfax Behavioral Health are considering the development of an 85-bed psychiatric hospital in Thurston County.

April 2016

‘Earth Day’ invites you to pitch in

Today's rain showers are not expected to dampen the spirits of Earth Day volunteers, either in Friday workplace projects or the more family-oriented Saturday schedule.

April 2016

Heritage: Earnings off, loans & dividends up

The economic forecast remains strong, in the view of Heritaage Financial CEO Bryan Vance. That optimism accompanied today's first-quarter earnings release that showed a slight decline in earnings, despite growth in loans activity.

April 2016

Port cancels Chowder Challenge

There can't be a chowder event without quality food purveyors, so the Port of Olympia has cancelled its summertime tradition for Chowder Challenge.

April 2016

March unemployment rates drop

A slowly improving jobs market in the South Sound and the rest of Washington is reflected in March unemployment data released today.

April 2016

Evergreen State College to formally install new president

Evergreen State College in Olympia will officially install its sixth new president, George Bridges, on April 22.

April 2016

Thurston EDC announces Business Recognition winners

Today, Thurston Economic Development Council announced the winners of its 2015 Business Recognition Awards, with honorees recognized at a luncheon at the Red Lion Hotel in Olympia.

March 2016

Executives on the move

Local companies and organizations have announced these new hires and retirements this week.

March 2016

Western State to expand

The state hospital for mental-health care in Pierce County will be getting an additional ward, thanks to the new capital budget approved by lawmakers just before ending their special session.

March 2016
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