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Around the Sound

Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center will celebrate its new location at 323 N. Meridian in Puyallup with a ribbon cutting and open house on Monday between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. Irish-themed refreshments will be served. The event is free and chamber and community members are invited.

March 2008

Flood protection bill ready to be signed

A $50-million flood protection package for the Chehalis River basin won unanimous approval in the state Senate and is headed to the governor's desk where it is expected to be signed into law. The money would be used to implement flood-control measures in Lewis, Thurston and Grays Harbor counties.

March 2008

Coalition forms to save dairy

The owners of Pierce County's Faith Daily decided last summer to sell their herd and close their farm. The news came as a blow to the East Pierce Couny community that considers it a landmark.

March 2008

FISHBOWL: Mentor aids entrepreneurs

Linda Jadwin may not be directly dependent on the economy for her livelihood, but as director of the South Sound Women's Business Center, she helps entrepreneurs survive the ups and downs with her planning and analysis expertise.

March 2008

People on the Move

Tacoma's World Trade Center is searching for its new executive director. The position has been left vacant since Andreas Udbye stepped down late last year.

March 2008

Park seeks business help

As part of the development of the Metro Parks District of Tacoma District's budget, park officials are looking for business owners and managers who are interested in participating in how the park system operates.

March 2008

Seminary Hill land donated

Judy Hendrickson, a Centralia native now living in Cary, N.C., has donated a piece of property located on Seminary Hill Road in Centralia to the City of Centralia. The land, about one-third of an acre in size, will be added to the Seminary Hill Natural Area.

March 2008

Join Tall Ships, get first dibs

Tickets to board tall ships when they visit Tacoma will be available online starting March 15 -- but only to those who join the nonprofit organization putting on the event.

March 2008
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