Archive of: Centralia

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40 Under Forty for 2015 selected

Official notifications are underway for the 2015 "40 Under Forty" recognition program, sponsored by Timberland Bank and produced by Business Examiner Media.

July 2015

NW Hardwoods back to full production after port dispute

Vice President of Human Resources Brian Narramore said that the company had to cut shifts in half — from 40 hours a week to 20 hours a week — at its Centralia, Longview and Garibaldi, Oreg. sawmills for several weeks.

March 2015

Employers, employees join to top the goal

Lewis County employers and employees joined with other community residents and organizations to reach the annual campaign goal for United Way of Lewis County, according to a recent report from campaign leaders.

March 2015

Relief funds headed to Lewis County

Workforce relief funds are headed to Lewis County to mitigate impacts of jobs lost at Washington Park Medical Center in Centralia and Cardinal Glass Plant in Chehalis.

January 2015

Olympia radiation unit joins Providence

Providence Health and Services will be integrating RadiantCare Radiation Oncology's practice following its acquisition. The transition is expected to be complete by the end of this year, with staff being invited to consider joining Providence.

November 2014

Crime data tags cities as ‘dangerous’

Tacoma, Centralia, Auburn and SeaTac are the South Sound cities that made a 'Top 10' list of most dangerous communities, according to a national real estate blog posting today.

November 2014

State settles lawsuit against Extendicare

Eleven health care facilities in Washington operated by the national chain, Extendicare, are linked to a multi-state $28 million civil settlement announced today. This state will see about $1 million.

October 2014

$10 million grant to Centralia College

Centralia College, in partnership with a statewide consortium, has received a $10 million training grant to prepare adults for high-wage careers in Clean Energy, Construction and Advanced Manufacturing.

October 2014

Local bankers leading trade group

Jim Haley, president & CEO of Thurston First Bank in Olympia, is chairman at Community Bankers of Washington for the new fiscal year. He succeeds Hal "H.R." Russell of Tacoma's Commencement Bank.

September 2014

New leader for Centralia hospital

Jill Cooper, RN, MN, the newly named site administrator for Providence Centralia operations, is truly returning to her roots.

August 2014
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