Archive of: Olympia

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Thurston First Bank open in new space

Thurston First Bank opened today in its new downtown Olympia headquarters location after more than two years of planning, permitting and construction.

November 2014

Natural gas rates going up

More than 1.2 million natural gas customers in Washington will pay more for service beginning tomorrow, Nov. 1, due to increases in wholesale natural gas costs and colder than average temperatures last winter.

October 2014

New City Attorney for Olympia

Mark E. Barber was named today as city attorney for Olympia, effective the first of the new year. He is currently senior assistant city attorney for Renton.

October 2014

Washington #11 for tax impacts, #28 for biz

New study places Washington at #11 for impacts of state government taxation, unchanged from the prior year ranking.

October 2014

Heritage Financial reports strong quarter

First post-merger quarter brings big boost to Heritage Financial's quarterly financial report. Dividend and stock buyback announced by board of directors.

October 2014

U.S. wins state’s bond business

State names U.S. Bank the official fiscal agent for all long-term bonds, borrowing tools that typically support school districts, cities, water and sewer authorities, and counties.

October 2014

Homebuilders’ confidence sagging a bit

New single-family builder confidence in the housing market dropped five points nationally in October, but confidence is still good. Local builders echo the trend, but worry about affordability.

October 2014

Record quarter for Olympia bank

Sale of a bank-owned property and recovery on a non-performing loan combined to boost third quarter earnings at Washington Business Bank into record territory.

October 2014

Olympia tax preparer headed to prison

An Olympia man was sentenced today to two years in federal prison for a fraudulent tax preparation scheme that victimized his fellow firefighters, paramedics and others from 2010 to 2013.

October 2014

New sounds coming to South Sound

KGY 1240AM will lose its local programming sounds tomorrow (Oct. 16) following FCC approval of the sale of that broadcast license to a Seattle faith-based non-profit network.

October 2014
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