Archive of: Olympia

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How many is too many marijuana stores?

State regulators will consider a staff recommendation to limit the number of retail marijuana outlets licensed in Washington at a meeting tomorrow.

December 2015

With baby on the way, Darby's Cafe owners decide to move

The owners of Darby’s Cafe in Olympia have announced they will be moving —but not too far. Actually, just 200 steps down the street.

December 2015

OlyKraut wins $20,000 in small business competition

For the competition, the Olympia-based sauerkraut producer squared off against four other Puget Sound-area companies on Nov. 12, pitching its business before an audience of over 300.

November 2015

Olympia hires new downtown liaison

Mark Rentfrow, who was hired by the city of Olympia to be the new Community Development Senior Program Specialist, will manage and coordinate Olympia's Downtown Project.

November 2015

Honors for hiring persons with disabilities

Two South Sound employers were among seven organizations recognized last week for their commitment to providing employment opportunities to individuals with disabilities.

November 2015

AG takes on debt collectors

The state's top law enforcement law office is taking on collection agencies that allegedly are abuse debt-owing consumers beyond what is permitted by state law.

November 2015

Still plenty of health plans, Kreidler says

The state's top insurance regulator said there will still be a dozen insurance companies offering almost 150 health plans for 2016, despite Moda Health pulling out.

October 2015

Olympia councilmember proposes $15 minimum wage, paid sick leave

Olympia City Councilmember Jim Cooper, who proposed a major worker rights ordinance today, wants to transform the way businesses treat their employees.

October 2015
Port of Olympia shipping unique product (Hint: It goes 'moo')

Port of Olympia shipping unique product (Hint: It goes 'moo')

Approximately 1,400 dairy cattle will be making their way from Idaho and Washington Farms to the Port of Olympia.

October 2015

Heritage Bank sees continued growth in 3Q

For the third quarter, ending Sept. 30, the company reported a net income of $9.5 million or $0.32 per diluted common share, a significant bump up from last year.

October 2015
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