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Weyerhaeuser steps ‘out of woods’ – again

Seattle-based wood products firm Weyerhaeuser today announced the sale of 100,000 acres of timberlands in the southeastern U.S. to an investment group that includes Green Diamond.

October 2017

40/40: Educating business & growing community

One of today's highlighted "40 Under Forty" honorees has grown her professional focus from teaching teens to helping adults learn new skills. The other has been literally growing his community for half of his young life.

September 2017
Tending to others’ yards for 40 years

Tending to others’ yards for 40 years

Celebrating a four-decade run of successful business is reason enough for owner Neil Hedman to light off some fireworks this week.

July 2017

Clean energy $$ to Auburn company

State funds invested in clean energy projects will aid a South Sound company to prove the concept for wide-ranging food waste recycling on Vashon Island.

June 2017

Puget Sound ports may add ‘inland’ ops

In an effort to help farmers in Eastern Washington to deliver their perishable crops to global customers more reliably, Puget Sound maritime ports are reportedly exploring some expansion across the Cascades.

February 2017

NFIB seeks to kill I-1433 ‘sick leave’

Small business representatives, retailers and some farm industry organizations are challenging the state mandate for all employers to pay sick leave starting Jan. 1, 2018.

February 2017
Cannabis production comes to Satsop

Cannabis production comes to Satsop

The developer and operator of Washington's largest producer and processor of recreational cannabis is expanding from Thurston into Grays Harbor County.

October 2016

Another gopher change in Thurston

Procedures to protect the endangered species, Mazama pocket gophers, saw another change implemented today by Thurston County Commissioners. They will return the review process in County action, with additional approvals required from federal authorities.

August 2016

Big jump in Q1 retail sales

Consumers and business shoppers are spending regularly, according to new tax collection data from the state.

July 2016

State will buy working forest near Pe Ell

The state funding mechanism for public school needs in Washington will gain 80 acres of prime working forest near Pe Ell after a decision today.

July 2016
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