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Knock out, slow down :: 40 Under Forty

Taking risks and learning to slow down are both lessons learned and taught by today's "40 Under Forty" honorees. They come from financial advising and yoga, yet share some common ideas.

August 2014

Finalists named for PC Library leadership

Pierce County Library's governing board has named three finalists to replace retiring executive director Neel Parikh, including the current deputy director of the quasi-governmental agency.

August 2014

Two lawyers, leading others: 40 Under Forty

Bethel school board member Amy Pivetta Hoffman and policy advisor to the governor RaShelle Davis are both attorneys using their background in working to improve the lives of others.

August 2014

Sick Leave drive in Tacoma

City of Tacoma Human Rights Commissioners will attend a community meeting this Thursday evening to hear what advocacy group Healthy Tacoma believes are benefits of a paid sick days ordinance.

August 2014

Sharing digital, clip-and-care: 40 Under Forty

One 40 Under Forty honoree sets out to ring digital marketing tools to lawyers, accountants, while the next wants them to show their best personal grooming self.

August 2014

Dance for life, advocate for others: 40 Under Forty

A ballroom dance instructor-entrepreneur who feels she is as much a "life coach" is one of today's "40 Under Forty" honorees. The other is a passionate advocate, yet "mellow and relaxed" attorney with experience in domestic relations law, now in private practice.

August 2014

Building legacy, hearing the future: 40 Under Forty

Earl Thompson's construction company is always building for the future of his customers, employees and family. Dr. Alison Vega is focused on similar goals by listening -- and assisting her clients to hear. Both are members of 2014 "40 Under Forty."

August 2014

Advancing others, resolving issues : 40 Under Forty

A staffing professional, who feels success when she helps others succeed in their vocation, and a tax attorney who drove 80,000 miles to earn his advanced degree. Both are in Class of 2014 "40 Under Forty"

August 2014

‘Pump & Dump’ charges in Tacoma court

Three men who allegedly manipulated penny stocks, and then laundered the proceeds by purchasing precious metals, were charged today in U.S. District Court in Tacoma with conspiracy to commit securities fraud and conspiracy to launder monetary instruments.

August 2014

Puget Sound again on list of ‘best’ colleges

University of Puget Sound is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review.

August 2014
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