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April 2015

05/17/16

Hearings Board rules against county in gopher fight

Relief may finally be on the horizon for builders stuck in gopher limbo in Thurston County.

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04/30/15

Earth Day donations to parks

Growing Northwest grocery chain is giving more than $40,000 to four national parks in the Pacific Northwest, and Facebook fans determined which would share in the gifts.

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04/30/15

Bright future for new college grads

College graduates this spring will be facing the best entry-level job market since the Great Recession began as employers in traditional sectors seek to build employee ranks, in part to be ready when more Baby Boomers submit their retirement requests.

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04/30/15

Dining Out for Life tonight

More than 50 restaurants in the South Sound are pledging to contribute a portion of their revenues this evening to support HIV/AIDS prevention and care services through Pierce County Aids Foundation.

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04/30/15

Donating to Goodwill? Let Uber take it

This Saturday, Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainier Region will be partnering with the Uber rideshare service to pick up donations and deliver them to a local Goodwill, free of charge.

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04/30/15

Major cold storage expansion underway

Lineage Logistics, which provides cold storage and port warehousing, is looking to add 112,063 square feet to its existing 126,500 operation.

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04/29/15

Commencement Bank still healthy in first quarter

Commencement Bank announced the payment its first ever cash dividend in the first quarter of 2015, at $0.07 per share.

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04/29/15

Unemployment rates fall in Oly-Tumwater, Seattle-Tacoma metros

The national Bureau of Labor Statistics has released the latest metropolitan area unemployment numbers, with March jobless rates down over the year in 358 of 387 metro areas across the country.

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04/29/15

Four health care providers in Pierce County disciplined

The Washington State Department of Health announced disciplinary actions against four health care providers in Pierce County stemming from violations earlier this year.

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04/29/15

Point Defiance Zoo honors TOTE

Totem Ocean Trailer Express is the winner of the third annual Polar Bear Paw of Approval Award presented by Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, the Sustainable Tacoma Commission and the Arctic Action Teams.

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04/29/15

Des Moines winner of big FAA office bid

Today, the U.S. General Services Administration issued a notice of intent to award the lease for a new FAA office facility to the Des Moines Creek Business Park.

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04/28/15

Public meeting to explore possible relief for JBLM corridor

The Washington State Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting on May 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the McGavick Conference Center (4500 Steilacoom Boulevard Southwest).

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04/28/15

Simpson to shut down Shelton operations

Over the next 60 days, Simpson mill operations in the Shelton area will wind down and close altogether. Up to 270 people will lose their jobs.

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04/28/15

MultiCare jumps into telemedicine with new partnership

In a new partnership with Doctor on Demand, MultiCare will allow patients to see doctors via video at $40 per visit.

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04/27/15

Museum of Glass to host USGA award ceremony

The Museum of Glass will get a close-up during the buildup to the U.S. Open, with the presentation of the USGA’s prestigious Bob Jones Award to be held at the downtown Tacoma tourist attraction.

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04/27/15

U.S. Open 'Fan Experience' set for Seattle, not Pierce County

The United States Golf Association has opted for a more nationally visible location for the U.S. Open For All Fan Experience: Seattle.

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04/27/15

Lacey's Harbor Wholesale reaches Subway pact

Lacey’s Harbor Wholesale Foods has reached a five-year distribution agreement with national restaurant chain Subway.

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04/24/15

South Sound office market improves, barely

The South Sound continues to trail by a large margin the commercial office real estate market of Seattle and King County's Eastside (Bellevue-Kirkland-Redmond.)

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04/24/15

Strength continues for industrial space

The industrial real estate market continues strong in South King and Thurston counties during first quarter. Pierce County's performance was good, but held back by significant new warehouse space being added to the market.

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04/24/15

Lacey restaurant to move to larger space

After 11 years, Ricardo's Restaurant in Lacey will be moving to a new location in November — just down the road from its current location.

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04/24/15

Air Force Rodeo canceled

The Air Force has cancelled the international flight competition, Air Rodeo, that had been scheduled for this coming August. The event, which brings hundreds of lodging reservations to the South Sound, fell victim to budget cuts.

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04/24/15

Low water at Lake Tapps means dry Memorial Day

The Lake Tapps area might take a little hit to tourism this year, as the Lake Tapps reservoir will not be filled to recreational levels by Memorial Day due to a lack of precipitation.

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04/24/15

Olympia Port to boost small city projects

The Port of Olympia is awarding four small cities $10,000 each for various economic development projects as part of its Small Cities program.

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04/23/15

Yakima company looking to build senior living project in Puyallup

Yakima-based Cascadia Senior Living is looking to revive a plan to build a 125-unit senior housing project in Puyallup.

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04/23/15

AFF division to add Anchorage retail location

American Relocation Services, a division of Fife-based American Fast Freight, is expanding with the opening of a retail store in Anchorage, Alaska.

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04/23/15

TrueBlue reports record Q1

The company announced today that they achieved a record first quarter revenue of $573 million, compared to a revenue of $396 million for the first quarter of 2014.

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04/23/15

Heritage Bank sees success from merger in Q1

CEO Brian Vance reported today that the company had a net income of $9.8 million for the quarter ended March 31, 2015, compared to net income of $2.5 million for the quarter ending March 31, 2014.

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04/23/15

Rainier Connect makes bid for Click!

Rainier Connect would match Wave Broadband's offer, paying approximately $2 million annually and $1.5 million in capital expenditures each year, for a lease between 20 and 40 years.

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04/22/15

Two South Sound businesses not up to snuff for BBB

The Better Business Bureau revoked accreditation for two South Sound companies during the first quarter of 2015.

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04/22/15

Boeing Q1 revenue up 8 percent

Boeing’s first quarter revenue increased 8 percent to $22.1 billion on higher commercial deliveries, according to a statement from the national aerospace company.

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04/22/15

Washington Healthplanfinder enrolls 16,000 in spring period

Washington Healthplanfinder announced today that 16,000 additional people have enrolled for a qualified health plan through its website this spring. That brings the total to over 170,000 people, according to the annual open enrollment report.

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04/22/15

CEO Dressel pleased with Columbia Bank's Q1

Columbia Bank announced a net income of $24.4 million for the first quarter of 2015, with President and CEO Melanie Dressel saying that the company is “pleased with our financial performance for the quarter.”

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04/21/15

S.R. 167 could benefit from proposed federal legislation

Local officials are continuing to lend their voices toward the push for funds to complete State Route 167.

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04/21/15

Jobless rates fall in South Sound counties

March county-by-county unemployment data for Washington state has arrived, with four South Sound counties seeing their jobless rates falling by over a point. Pierce County’s unemployment rate (not seasonally adjusted) came in at 6.5 percent, lower than both February’s 7.6 percent jobless rate and the 7.6 percent unemployment number from March of last year. A similar drop was recorded in Thurston County, with the March 6.0 percent unemployment rate over a point lower than February’s rate (7.1 percent) and that of March last year (also 7.1 percent). Mason County saw its unemployment rate drop to 7.8 percent from 9.1 percent in February, and Lewis County came in with an 8.6 percent unemployment rate, down from 10.0 percent last month.

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04/21/15

Teachers in Pierce County's Lakewood aren't striking

There has been some confusion about tomorrow’s teachers strike in the Lakewood School District — a district that serves the community of North Lakewood in Snohomish County, about fifteen miles north of Everett, and not the city in Pierce County.

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04/20/15

San Francisco firm buys another Kent property

San Francisco’s Terreno Realty Corp. has acquired another industrial property in Kent.

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04/20/15

Addition completed at Red Wind Casino

As part of a multi-phase project to expand the Nisqually Indian Tribe's Red Wind Casino in Olympia, Korsmo Construction of Tacoma recently completed the addition of a new, 40,000-square-foot smoke-free gaming building.

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04/20/15

Tyson Foods honors Auburn company

Auburn-based IT provider Zones has been recognized by national food company Tyson Foods as its Diverse Supplier of the Year.

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04/17/15

National recognition for Pierce County radiology clinic

Puyallup’s Diagnostic Imaging Northwest has been designated a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence — the first in Washington — by the American College of Radiology, the first in Washington.

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04/17/15

Ports experience boost in container volumes

In March, container volumes experienced a surge of 21 percent at the Puget Sound ports, handling a total of 361,951-foot equivalent containers (TEUs).

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04/17/15

Enumclaw hospital president departing for New England position

Donna Russell-Cook, president of CHI Franciscan Health's St. Elizabeth Hospital in Enumclaw, will be departing her position later this spring.

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04/17/15

Tacoma food trucks to start weekly gatherings

The food trucks of Tacoma will be gathering their powers and channeling Portland this summer to create a weekly event called "T-Town Food Trucks."

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04/17/15

Union retreats on So. Carolina vote

The Machinists' union has withdrawn its petition seeking to force a vote on unionization of the Boeing South Carolina workforce. The company said in a statement that it looks forward to moving forward together with its employees.

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04/16/15

Auditor Kelley hit with 10-count indictment

The ongoing saga of beleaguered Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley continued today with a U.S. Grand Jury in Seattle returning a ten-count indictment for wrongdoings committed while running his Tacoma business.

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04/16/15

Group Health adds Franciscan, MultiCare to PPO

Group Health is increasing its footprint in the South Sound with a simple move: adding MultiCare Health Systems and Chi Franciscan to its preferred provider organization network, "Access PPO."

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04/16/15

Alaska Airlines CEO to speak at Thuston Chamber meeting

Brad Tilden, CEO of Alaska Airlines, has been announced as the keynote speaker for the Thurston County Chamber’s 110th annual meeting, set for Wednesday, May 13 at the Red Lion Hotel Olympia.

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New hotel nearing completion in Des Moines

04/16/15

New hotel nearing completion in Des Moines

In Des Moines, along Pacific Highway, a new five-story, 225-unit Four Points Sheraton Hotel is nearing completion.

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Tacoma Chick-fil-A opens to lots of buzz

04/16/15

Tacoma Chick-fil-A opens to lots of buzz

Over 50 campers parked themselves outside of the Chick-fil-A yesterday, awaiting the restaurant's opening on Thursday, April 16 and anticipating a year's-worth of free food.

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04/15/15

South sound brokers, State Farm fined

The office of Mike Kreidler, Washington state’s insurance commissioners, has announced that it has levied sanctions and fines against State Farm and a pair of South Sound brokers in March.

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04/15/15

Washington sees jobless rate drop in March

Washington state has reversed a recent trend of steady or increasing unemployment rates this month, with March’s figure dropping to 5.9 percent on a preliminary, seasonally adjusted basis.

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04/15/15

MultiCare workers to picket, protest slow negotiations

The United Food and Commercial Workers Local 21, which represents over 2,000 MultiCare health care workers, is planning an informational picket tomorrow to protest slow-moving negotiations with management.

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04/15/15

With acquisition, Seldens Furniture expanding northward

Seldens, based in Tacoma, will acquire Masins' assets, inventory and assume the lease of Masins' current store location on Main Street in Bellevue.

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04/15/15

Transportation plan released for U.S. Open

In preparation for the upcoming U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course, the United States Golf Association has released a detailed transportation plan and spectator guide for attendees.

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04/15/15

Three meetings set for Tacoma's paid sick leave

The city of Tacoma has scheduled three meetings concerning mandatory paid sick leave, where the public can learn about and provide feedback on the drafted rules.

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04/14/15

Public meetings set for Tacoma Narrows toll increase

The Washington State Transportation Commission is proposing a 50 cent increase in 2015 and an additional 50 cent increase in 2016, taking effect on July 1 of each year.

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04/14/15

Evergreen Services owner retires, sells business

After owning Tacoma-based Evergreen Insurance Services for nearly 30 years, Harriott Balmer has announced her retirement due to medical reasons.

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04/14/15

MultiCare responds to scathing report

Spokesperson Marce Edwards said that MultiCare will examine the issues presented to it thoroughly and conduct an internal audit, both on its policies and their implementation.

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04/14/15

Chambers Bay breaks fiscal records as U.S. Open looms

The course has set new fiscal records in 2014, according to its fourth financial report released this week, setting all-time annual records in merchandise, green fees, food and beverage and total revenues.

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04/13/15

CHI Franciscan launches spinal health centers

CHI Franciscan Health has launched Sports, Orthopedics and Spine Health Centers in Tacoma, Lakewood and Silverdale.

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04/13/15

Trio of leases on Port of Tacoma Commission's agenda

Another Seaport Alliance joint work session is on the docket this week, with commissioners from the ports of Tacoma and Seattle set to meet Tuesday about the fledgling partnership.

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04/13/15

State House Dems reveal spin on transport package

Judy Clibborn, chair of the state House’s Transportation Committee, today released details of a proposed amendment to the transportation funding package passed by the Senate earlier this year.

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04/10/15

South Sound businesses earn accolades at Distilling Institute

South Sound craft distilleries made their mark earlier this month at the 11th Annual American Distilling Institute conference in Seattle.

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04/10/15

DEIS studies routes for Federal Way light rail

Sound Transit and the Federal Transit Administration have published a draft environmental impact statement for a light rail extension to Kent, Des Moines and Federal Way.

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04/10/15

Bill requiring insurances to cover telemedicine almost law

The telemedicine bill, which is now waiting to be signed off by Gov. Jay Inslee, would ensure that insurance covers telemedicine services the same as in-person services.

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04/10/15

RadioShack is back

Across the nation, 1,435 Sprint-RadioShack stores are coming online, featuring Sprint's postpaid and prepaid portfolio and RadioShack products and accessories.

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04/09/15

Shelton realty office joins Buffett’s group

Shelton area real estate firm affiliates with Berkshire Hathaway's HomeServices brand.

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04/09/15

Mason County man convicted

Unauthorized diversion of a river bed has brought a conviction for violating of state and federal rules on pollution and other environmental issues for a Mason County resident.

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04/09/15

Thurston Business Recognition awards

Three stellar companies and a non-profit organization received recognition today from Thurston County Economic Development Council.

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04/09/15

Top Place: ‘It doesn’t feel like work’

In a special recognition event last night, South Sound employers with particularly supportive -- and effective -- workplace cultures were honored with "Top Places toWork" awards.

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04/08/15

Hospital group ripped for collections

A consumer advocacy group has issued a report questioning "aggressive, often ruthless patient collections" practices at MultiCare Health Systems. Hospital spokespersons did not respond to questions prior to deadline.

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04/08/15

Auburn retailer will quit after 75 years

Multi-generational family business, Rottle's Clothing and Shoes in Auburn will be closing for good at the end of June. The owners say no members of their next generation want to carry on competing with big box retailers and Internet sales.

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04/08/15

Commencement speakers announced

The head of America's Peace Corps and a distinguished military commander will highlight two South Sound university graduation ceremonies next month.

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04/08/15

Puyallup Tribe links to UW Tacoma

University of Washington Tacoma today announced a four-year collaboration with the Puyallup Tribe of Indians to bring Native ways of learning, teaching and research. A $275,000 grant from the Tribe will provide funding for the program.

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04/08/15

Top Places to Work is tonight

The South Sound's Top Places to Work will be revealed this evening in a celebratory dinner for 200 guests at McGavick Center, Clover Park Technical College.

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04/07/15

$400,000 grant puts UPS spotlight on SE Asia

A $400,000 foundation grant will support expansion by University of Puget Sound into studies and learning about Southeast Asia, its culture, people and communities.

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04/07/15

More $15 wage protests planned

Proponents announce plans to take $15 per hour minimum wage effort to the streets of Olympia, Federal Way and Seattle next week, seeking to overcome a roadblock in the State Senate.

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04/07/15

Retirement in Thurston youth leadership

The man who has led YMCA program and expansion efforts in Thurston County for 20 years announced his retirement today, effective the end of this year. Mike West said he wants to spend time with family and pursuing other interests.

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04/07/15

Golf course book honored

Second printing planned for award-winning book about Chambers Bay Golf Course, soon-to-be home of U.S. Open tournament.

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04/07/15

Tacoma is #3 retail market in state

Review of 2013 retail sales reported to tax authorities shows Tacoma the third-largest consumer marketplace in Washington, behind only Seattle and Bellevue. Puyallup is the only other South Sound market in the Top 10.

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04/06/15

MultiCare announces new fund for nonprofits

MultiCare Health System has set up a new $500,000 community partnership fund for local nonprofits.

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04/06/15

California's Eco Building adds Port of Tacoma facility

California-based Eco Building Products, Inc., has announced the opening of a new production facility, located at the Port of Tacoma.

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04/06/15

Rising home prices indicate competitive market

Stiff competition in the area housing market is currently reflected in part by rising prices, according to the Northwest Multiple Listing Service — though industry observers emphasized that sellers still need to be realistic.

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04/06/15

Avaunt Technologies - Top Place to Work

A company emphasis on paid training and certifications for IT professionals is one key to Avaunt Technologies again being a finalist for "2015 Top Places to Work."

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04/03/15

Commencement Bank is a Top Place to Work

Caring for community and for employees are key to the plan of Commencement Bank as it seeks to serve business and individual customers. Its success gives rise to its selection as a finalist for "2015 Top Places to Work."

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04/03/15

Approval of ILWU, PMA agreement one step closer

Earlier today, the ILWU Coast Longshore Caucus delegates voted to recommend approval of the tentative agreement reached on Feb. 20, between the union and the PMA.

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04/03/15

Study: Alaska trade provides riches for Washington

At the Port of Tacoma Commission meeting yesterday, Heather Haugland, senior project manager of the McDowell Group, presented the latest iteration of the study, "Ties That Bind," showing how Alaska and Washington work together.

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04/03/15

Fife businesses fined for lack of safety protocol

Two Fife businesses, Smarttalent and Innovative repairs, were each cited for 19 serious violations and a total fine of $120,400 by the Department of Labor and Industries.

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04/03/15

Print NW :: a Top Place to Work

Growing beyond 150 employees, Lakewood-based Print NW is expanding its range of services far beyond ink-on-paper, and finds itself need to "grow its own" managers through formal training in order to keep up with customers' needs.

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04/02/15

Insurance companies may see benefit from Des Moines landslide

A slow-moving landslide in Des Moines is bad news for homeowners, but could spell good news for insurance companies.

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04/02/15

Port of Olympia sets meeting to discuss new fuel dock

A public meeting for the proposal is set for 5:30 p.m., April 8 at the Olympia Center, Rm. A, 222 Columbia St NW. Attendees will be able to hear about the fuel dock survey and an overview of financial feasibility.

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04/02/15

Emerald Services prepares to fight off more Ecology penalties

Tacoma-based Emerald Services, a company which recycles renewable organic byproducts, is looking into appealing a $68,000 penalty imposed by the Washington Department of Ecology.

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04/01/15

Paid sick leave, minimum wage bills die in legislature

Bills that would have created a mandatory sick leave, increased the state's minimum wage to $12 per hour and equalized gender pay will all fail to move out of committee before the Wednesday cutoff for policy-only bills.

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04/01/15

TOTE launching first LNG-powered containerships

The world's first LNG-powered containerships will be launching out San Diego, Calif on April 18. The two ships, built by NASSCO, are 764-foot-long Marlin-class containerships.

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04/01/15

MultiCare upgrading tech, coordination of services

Sandlot Solutions, a provider of clinical interoperability and health management solutions, will build a community-wide electronic information and exchange platform for MultiCare.

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04/01/15

Port of Tacoma COO: We need to upgrade

Increased competition Canadian and Southern California ports has cut into Washington ports' piece of the pie. Port of Tacoma COO Don Esterbrook proposes upgrading facilities to handle ultra-large ships.

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04/01/15

Albers & Company :: a Top Place to Work

With such an involved topic as employee benefits and financial services, Albers & Company knows the value of have staff members with enough experience to be professional. So it may partially be self-interest that has ownership working so hard to keep 13 full-time employees engaged in their work.

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04/01/15

Capitol City Press :: Top Place to Work

As an ESOP employee owned company, Capitol City Press in Tumwater is unique in every worker there has a vested interest in the company's success. Not surprisingly, they report there is a very low turn-over rate among this working "family" commercial printing operation.

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