Archive of: Olympia

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Blue waters, ‘green’ port

The local chamber of commerce dubbed Port of Olympia as the leading 'Green Business' operation among government agencies.

April 2017

Why?’ is the most important question

This long-time controller/CFO has added HR responsibilities since joining Association of Washington Business some 3+ years ago. And the assignment fits well, as he understands that People are the most important factor to any organization's success.

April 2017

Fake L&I claims bring jail

Five years after an on-the-job injury claim from a construction accident, an Auburn man received a jail sentence this week, and was ordered to repay worker's compensation payments he collected.

April 2017

Thurston County: a taste for ?

Iconic local candy manufacturer Ice Chips is joining with visitor promotion folks in the South Sound to identify the "Taste of Thurston County" The vote is up to you.

March 2017

Small biz experience in not-for-profit role

A dedicated financial professional in a not-for-profit organization provides positive engagement with management and the board of directors to accomplish overall mission – that describes Richele Center, a finalist for 2017 Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2017

‘Let the budget battle begin …’

As they head toward a projected adjournment in about a month, state legislators now have three widely divergent budget proposals to consider, following House Democrats's plan for new taxes and higher spending released today.

March 2017

WA Secretary of State battling cancer

The state's top elections officer and administrator of many official functions related to businessed announced today that she is beginning a battle against cancer, calling her disease "curable," in the words of her doctors.

March 2017

New UTC member confirmed

Gov. Jay Inslee's nomination of a long-time aide to a new six-year term as a member of the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission has been confirmed by legislators.

March 2017

GOP budget disappoints state workers

Legislative budget battles continued today with release of a two-year spending plan by Republicans that control the state senate. Absent were labor contracts negotiated by the governor and unions for most state employees.

March 2017

14 Finalists for Financial Execs awards

Financial leaders of 14 private companies, non-profit organizations and government units are being judged for 2017 South Sound Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2017
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