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August 2017

08/31/17

Funding campaign = Goal + 50%

Fund-raising success means even more support for students of Annie Wright Schools in Tacoma, both athletically and scholastically.

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08/31/17

Taking a ferry? Plan to wait

On the eve of summer's final long holiday weekend, state transportation planners are warning of huge volumes and long delays.

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08/31/17

CHI Franciscan slammed by AG

State lawyers are challenging one aspect of the growing consolidation among healthcare providers with a court action against CHI Franciscan and two doctors' groups in Kitsap County.

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08/31/17

Big fines to out-of-state insurers

Washington state insurance regulators issued big fines to two non-local vendors of warranties that did not have proper authorization to sell the products.

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08/31/17

More commuter trains coming

With more commuter trains to Seattle from the South Sound running standing-room only, the transit system is adding more trips, starting later in September.

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08/30/17

DaVita's Federal Way office to hold veteran hiring event

In the wake of announcing a move to Federal Way from Tacoma, kidney care company DaVita is looking to add to its workforce in the South King County city with its first ever “National Veteran Interview Day” later this month.

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08/30/17

Tacoma's Korsmo Construction to renovate Mt. Rainier inn

Tacoma’s Korsmo Construction has been a federal contract to rehabilitate the historic Paradise Inn Annex at Mount Rainier National Park.

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08/30/17

Perfumania bankruptcy shutters Auburn location

Fragrance retailer Perfumania filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Saturday, announcing a plan to close 64 of its 226 stores — including its location at The Outlet Collection in Auburn.

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08/30/17

New WGU Washington tech scholarship aimed at women

To increase gender diversity in technology-driven industries and meet the demand for growth in Washington, Kent-based WGU Washington has launched a new scholarship for women.

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08/29/17

Tacoma Works again to talk construction jobs

Tacoma Works, the initiative launched to boost local construction employment, is hosting an event to educate and connect people to family-wage job opportunities.

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08/29/17

Providence St. Peter Foundation adds to board of directors

The Providence St. Peter Foundation has recently updated its leadership, electing three new members to its board of directors.

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08/29/17

Brown & Haley opts to continue direct primary care option

Tacoma’s Brown & Haley, makers of the famous Roca candy line, has opted to partner with Denver-based Paladina Health to offer a direct primary care option for its employees.

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08/29/17

South Sound sees record Q2 home sale prices

Washington state’s housing market showed the continuing effects of high demand in the second quarter of 2017, according to the Washington Center for Real Estate Research at the University of Washington.

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08/28/17

REI contributes $500K to women-focused nonprofits

Kent-based REI has invested $500,000 in organizations across the country that are creating opportunities to connect women and girls to nature.

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08/28/17

Tacoma Nordstrom among stores to adopt "reserve online" program

With e-retail continuing to encroach on shopping at traditional brick-and-mortars, department stores in the area continue to come up with ways to bring customers back into physical shopping centers.

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08/28/17

AWB president touts Manufacturing Week

In an op-ed, Kris Johnson, president of the Association of Washington Business, champions manufacturing jobs, saying that "(t)hey are attractive jobs that we – employers, schools, families and elected officials – must collectively work to promote."

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08/25/17

Bates administrator attends Harvard

A senior leader at Tacoma's Bates Technical College was invited to a special two-week program at Harvard University to study the newest ideas for educational leadership.

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08/25/17

Olympia contractor adds to next generation

A leading builder of educational projects has added two new executives and shareholders to its roster, as the family business advances toward new projects.

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08/25/17

Students heading for PLU face uncertainty

Up to 31 faculty positions at Pacific Lutheran University have been identified for possible reductions and some academic programs may be discontinued under recommendations of a faculty committee released today.

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08/25/17

Orion still soars with Boeing, others

Beyond its well-established quality service provider to Boeing for precision wiring and other component parts, Orion Industries in Auburn is now gathering nationwide clients for its call center and help desk lines of business.

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08/24/17

Whole Foods to become Amazon on Monday

The South Sound's only Whole Foods grocery is promising lower prices after next Monday's take-over by Amazon is completed.

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08/24/17

Link, Sounder boardings up over 2016

More South Sound residents are regularly riding Sounder rail trips heading north, and there is an increased traffic on downtown's Tacoma Link, too. Most of the light rail gain is attributed to concert traffic to and from Tacoma Dome.

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08/24/17

Big jump in Pierce workforce

Almost 9,000 local residents gained jobs last month, according to this week's statistical release from federal employment data. That number also matched the increase in Pierce County workforce in July, suggesting there is a link.

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08/24/17

Tacoma insurance fraud suspect arrested

Insurance companies are required by state law to refer suspected cases of false claims to government regulators, and that's what precipitated the arrest of a "Most Wanted" suspect in Tacoma today.

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Top Place to Work: Absher Construction

08/23/17

Top Place to Work: Absher Construction

For some 75 years, one Puyallup construction company has been building the community, while erecting structures. That seems to be part of a corporate DNA that attracts employees to this Top Place to Work.

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08/23/17

First micro-apartments start in Tacoma

Construction of the first micro-apartment building in downtown Tacoma was kicked off during a groundbreaking ceremony today, with Koz Development putting shovels to dirt on a $12.2 million mixed-use multifamily complex.

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08/23/17

New execs for water, mall and credit union

As summer heads into autumn, more executive leadership assignments are being announced, including these for a local city water system, a regional shopping mall and the Kent branch of a regional credit union.

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08/23/17

Unemployment numbers still good

July was another month in generally good unemployment reports, according to data released by federal and state statisticians.

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08/23/17

UP gains jobs with PPA purchase

The South Sound's largest pension plan administrator is getting even larger, with its purchase of a similar business in Port Orchard.

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Top Place to Work: KMB architects

08/22/17

Top Place to Work: KMB architects

A well-developed plan for bringing new talent into a 30-year-old architectural firm through school partnership, a strong mentorship program and established succession plan are all factors in honoring this mid-sized Top Place to Work in the South Sound for 2017.

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08/22/17

Deadline approaches for state honor

Only one week remains to suggest a business or organization in Washington to be recognized for its contributions to the community. The statewide program comes from the Secretary of State office.

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08/22/17

Chamber members to protest store closure

Local business advocates and neighbors will gather tomorrow to show their support for keeping the neighborhood Albertson's store open.

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08/22/17

Highline hospital pays for ADA violation

Failure to provide accommodations for a patient who only communicates with sign language will cost a South King County hospital $45,000 and subject it to continuing supervision by federal justice officials.

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08/22/17

Workers on Belfair project underpaid

A Tacoma builder is being held by state authorities to pay back wages to construction workers on a 2015 project in Belfair. Six former employees should each receive around $25,000 for the company's failure to pay prevailing wages.

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08/21/17

A visual look: Tacoma, Pierce County see strong Q1 sales

The South Sound's strong taxable retail sales results in the first quarter, further illustrated in maps provided by the Washington State Department of Revenue.

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08/21/17

Workers’ Comp burn patients to Harborview

After research shows that specialized care and treatment greatly improves prospects for burn victims injured on the job, Washington's workers' comp agency and UW Harborview Hospital are partnering in a new program.

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08/21/17

Q1 2017 retail sales up strongly

Both Tacoma and greater Pierce County showed bigger percentage gains in taxable retail sales during the first three months of 2017 than did Washington state as a whole.

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08/21/17

Top Place to Work: Better Business Bureau

In evaluating quality of a workplace culture and how "in sync" staff members are with managers, it works to ask employees. At BBB-Northwest, their comments were as extraordinarily effusive as are the structural programs to support team members.

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‘Top Place to Work’ – Panagiotu Pension Advisors

08/18/17

‘Top Place to Work’ – Panagiotu Pension Advisors

Focus on his employees has helped Tony Panagiotu's firm amass more than $2 billion in pension fund assets to administer on behalf of 1,200 employers. It also puts him on the South Sound list of Top Places to Work.

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08/18/17

Week-long concrete drivers' strike ends

A new labor agreement between concrete suppliers and their union delivery drivers operating in the greater Seattle market reached this morning ended a week-long strike, ending the threat to half King County's building boom.

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‘Camp’ Lewis celebrates its centennial

08/18/17

‘Camp’ Lewis celebrates its centennial

The largest single employer in the South Sound – the military post known as Joint Base Lewis McChord – observed its 100th anniversary today with full 'ruffles and flourishes' at a parade ground on post.

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08/18/17

Executive comings-and-goings

With a pending retirement, Fife has picked a new city manager, while Saint Martin's School of Business has added two new assistant professors starting this fall term.

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08/18/17

TCH fund to get $500K from Boeing employees

Tacoma Community House will soon receive a big boost from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing.

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08/17/17

Pierce paramedic suspended by state

South Sound emergency medical staffer suspended for suspected drug infractions.

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08/17/17

Gig Harbor firm on edg3 FUND list

A start-up pre-made meals business just across the Narrows Bridge is among 16 companies in competition for a $20,000 capital infusion from Kitsap Bank.

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08/17/17

PSE on track for renewable energy

The multi-year move toward more renewable sources of electrical energy, mandated by voters in Washington, appears to be on track, according to the state oversight agency.

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08/17/17

The DOTY Group again a Top Place to Work

Substantial staff growth and a whole office relocation did nothing but enhance the bonafides to continue this Tacoma accounting practice on the South Sound's list of Top Places to Work.

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Infoblox joins with Kilmer for tech apprenticeships

08/16/17

Infoblox joins with Kilmer for tech apprenticeships

Congressman Derek Kilmer has introduced new legislation to advance the stewardship of technology careers, and he’s partnering with a big name in Tacoma tech to do it.

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08/16/17

Transit study for Tacoma-Spanaway

With almost 14,000 more residents expected to live along Pacific Avenue from downtown Tacoma out to Spanaway by the year 2040, transit planners are looking for ways to grow ridership.

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Puyallup Dental named a ‘Top Place to Work’

08/16/17

Puyallup Dental named a ‘Top Place to Work’

The results of 2017 South Sound 'Top Places to Work' are being revealed this week through Facebook-Live events. A Puyallup dentist and his support staff earned honors in the Integrity and Solidarity categories.

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08/16/17

Lollar Guitars, Tacoma college lauded for globalism

Tacoma Community College and a local manufacturer for guitar parts both received an award from the federal trade promotion agency for their recent successes in connecting the world markets to this local area.

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08/16/17

Pierce landowner fined for damaged wetlands

Destruction of wetlands brings fine, project halt for Puyallup housing preliminary plat proposed by Gig Harbor-based land owner.

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08/16/17

State’s jobs picture clear & strong

July saw continued jobs strength in Washington state, with more positions being created in the public sector than private sector this month.

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08/15/17

Complaint filed against Pierce Democrats for finance violations

The Washington Attorney General’s Office today announced that it filed a complaint in Thurston County Superior Court alleging campaign finance violations by the Pierce County Democratic Central Committee. Specifically, the AGO asserts the committee failed to timely report a total of $63,643 in contributions, $90,357.95 in expenditures, and $34,791 in debts over a three-year period.

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08/15/17

Auburn VW named a ‘Top Place to Work’

The results of 2017 South Sound 'Top Places to Work' are being revealed this week through Facebook-Live events. First employer to be honored in Auburn Volkswagen and its owner, Matt Welch.

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08/15/17

Groups chosen to assist Exchange insurance seekers

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange today announced the nine lead organizations chosen to oversee in-person assistance provided to Washington residents during the upcoming open enrollment period scheduled to begin on Nov. 1.

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08/15/17

New ferry's superstructure to move from Tacoma tomorrow

A big delivery is about to head north from Tacoma’s tide flats.

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08/14/17

Port of Tacoma mulls funds for former Arkema site study

Among the items on Port of Tacoma’s meeting agenda this week is the consideration of $2.3 million for a feasibility study of contamination at the former Arkema site on Port property.

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08/14/17

New CEO for Western State Hospital

Western State Hospital has a new interim CEO: Marylouise Jones, who steps forward to lead the embattled facility while a search is under way for a permanent head.

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08/14/17

Adult retailer Peekay Boutiques declares bankruptcy

Auburn-based Peekay Boutiques, best known as the parent company of the Lovers chain of adult retail stores, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

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08/14/17

PLU nets grant to bolster workforce with nursing grads

Pacific Lutheran University’s School of Nursing has received a $1.4 million grant to help send nursing graduates to medically underserved areas in Washington.

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08/11/17

South Sound executive ‘comings & goings’

South Sound businesses have announced new leaders and associates in the past week.

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From SSBiz: The future for bank ‘tellers’

08/11/17

From SSBiz: The future for bank ‘tellers’

The current issue of South Sound BIZ, the only monthly magazine dedicated solely to local business in the region, contains a feature on changes being seen in local banks, and how those are affecting employees who work there.

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Local transit drivers tops in state

08/11/17

Local transit drivers tops in state

Sharp driving skills and superb mechanical trouble-shooting demonstrated in a statewide competition again brought top recognition to the Capital area's Intercity Transit.

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08/11/17

Other negatives in regional economy

Weaker conditions for manufacturers, slumping new- and used-car sales and continued soaring housing prices are all cited by the latest report from Washington state's official forecast office.

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08/11/17

Local inflation twice U.S. average

America's strongest metropolitan marketplaces are seeing more inflation for consumer prices than the rest of the country. That is why South Sound shoppers are seeing twice the national average in annual price increases through June.

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08/10/17

JBLM forces, materiel on-the-move

South Sound-based soldiers and their battle equipment are in the midst of a short-notice deployment to southern California for a month-long war games exercise. Watch for shipments through local ports and via Air Force transport flights from McChord.

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08/10/17

Construction costs stable, inflation low

Low inflation is driving America's robust economic growth this year, according to this building industry economist.

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08/10/17

Nat’l expansion for Olympia consultancy

Combination with another similar firm helps Olympia consultancy adopt a nationwide service area.

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08/10/17

MSFT honors DuPont firm

A South Sound-based software solutions development company was singled out by Microsoft for its products serving government agencies that assist persons with disabilities.

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08/10/17

PLU exec going to Bellingham

With its presidency in temporary hands pending a national search, Pacific Lutheran University is losing a senior executive to Western Washington University at the end of August.

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08/09/17

Northwest Seaport Alliance earns high praise from magazine

A trade publication has ranked the Northwest Seaport Alliance highest on the American West Coast in its 2017 Quest for Quality awards.

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Amazon's DuPont facility participates in STEM program

08/09/17

Amazon's DuPont facility participates in STEM program

More than 30 local kids recently spent the day at Amazon’s DuPont fulfillment center, participating in a free robotics and STEM immersion experience presented by the Seattle-based e-commerce giant.

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Convention center hotel breaks ground

08/09/17

Convention center hotel breaks ground

If the feng shui is to be trusted, yesterday marked a historic day in Tacoma with the groundbreaking of the long-anticipated 22-story hotel adjacent to the Tacoma Convention Center.

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08/08/17

109 years old, still family-owned

Just shy of 11 decades of operations, Kitsap Bank yesterday marked its anniversary as a South Sound financial institution, proudly family-owned and a legacy business.

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08/08/17

Overstock.com to double footprint at Satsop Business Park

Just three months after opening its Evergreen Customer Care Call Center at Satsop Business Park, Utah-based e-retailer Overstock.com is doubling its footprint at the complex.

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08/08/17

New CEO for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Washington

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Washington today announced the selection of Jeff Engle as the new CEO.

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08/08/17

Longtime Tacoma Public Utilities director to retire

Longtime Tacoma Public Utilities Director Bill Gaines will retire effective December 2017, with the Public Utility Board beginning its process to select a successor.

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08/08/17

Tumwater company showcased at international summit

Alaffia, a natural body products company based in Tumwater, is being showcased as a model of social enterprises internationally at a summit in Africa this week.

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08/07/17

Madigan to open autism care center at JBLM

The JBLM Center for Autism Resources, Education and Services will officially open with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday.

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08/07/17

United Way honor for ex-legislator, commissioner Wolfe

Longtime public servant Cathy Wolfe will receive the United Way of Thurston County’s Gladys Burns Human Service Award, a lifetime service award celebrating philanthropic and volunteer spirit.

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08/07/17

Affordable housing complex to replace former Bailey Motor Inn

Ground is set to be broken on a new four-story, 80-unit affordable housing apartment complex at 3335 Martin Way E. in Olympia.

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08/07/17

Northwest Seaport Alliance applauds union contract extension

With Friday’s results of the union vote official, the Northwest Seaport Alliance has chimed in on the International Longshore and Warehouse Union’s ratification of a three-year extension to its contract with the Pacific Maritime Association.

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08/04/17

Tacoma Dome, Ninkasi Brewing announce partnership

Fresh off the announcement of its partnership with navigation app Waze, the Tacoma dome has announced another high profile collaboration, this time with Oregon-based microbrewery Ninkasi Brewing Company.

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08/04/17

Miles named permanent CEO of Lucky Eagle Casino

The interim tag has been removed from the title of Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel CEO Lisa Miles.

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08/04/17

Ferguson stern in response to Sessions on marijuana

Embattled United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions has sent a letter to Washington state officials criticizing its legal cannabis system — with state Attorney General offering a sharp rebuke in response.

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08/04/17

Tacoma to feature on C-SPAN this weekend

Tacoma will take center stage on C-SPAN this weekend, with the City of Destiny to be featured as part of the 2017 C-SPAN Cities Tour.

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08/03/17

New state aviation director lands Aug. 7

The new statewide director of aviation for WSDOT is a familiar face around South Sound airports, having retired out of U.S. Army Aviation at JBLM and most recently managing a Lewis County airport.

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08/03/17

Port terminals to again see extended hours

As international shipping lines head into their busy season, receiving cargoes destined for America's holiday shopping retail stores, Tacoma and Seattle port terminal operators will again be extending their hours, with financial help from NW Seaport Alliance.

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08/03/17

Flood discussions in Chehalis heat

Almost 10 years after a devastating flood damages businesses and homes around Chehalis and other parts of Lewis County, a state board met this morning to continue its work to be better prepared next time.

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08/03/17

Union claims victory at St. Peter Hospital

Service personnel and nursing assistants at Olympia's St. Peter Hospital have a new labor contract that guarantees no less than $15 per hour for all employees covered by the union bargaining group.

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08/03/17

Air Mobility exercise lands in Lakewood

Up to 3,000 military flyers, maintainers and Army troops, including some from a dozen or more allied nations, are involved in a two-week exercise based at Joint Base Lewis McChord. That means some positive impacts for local hospitality establishments.

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08/02/17

L&I urges safety in record heat

With record-setting hot weather expected in much of the state this week, the Department of Labor & Industries is urging both employers and workers to take precautions to prevent heat-related illness.

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08/02/17

Western State CEO named new DSHS Secretary

Cheryl Strange, current Western State Hospital CEO, has been named by Gov. Jay Inslee as the state’s new Department of Social and Health Services Secretary.

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08/02/17

National honor for Lacey entrepreneur

The National Retail Association has honored Lacey businesswoman Madelin White as one of America’s Retail Champions for 2017.

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08/02/17

New Sound Transportation opens new Fife headquarters

Cold storage and distribution firm New Sound Transportation, LLC, has announced the opening of its new 56,000-square-foot building in Fife.

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08/01/17

Kent center part of 'Amazon Jobs Day'

Amazon’s Kent facility will welcome a flurry of job seekers tomorrow as part of the first ever “Amazon Jobs Day,” during which the Seattle-based e-commerce giant looks to fill more than 50,000 roles across its fulfillment centers nationwide.

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08/01/17

Spaceworks receives $10K from South Sound Together

Spaceworks has received a $10,000 grant from South Sound Together, enabling the Tacoma entrepreneurship initiative to expand its pilot accelerator program.

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08/01/17

Tacoma Dome partners with navigation app Waze

Crowdsourced navigation app Waze has added a familiar name to its growing list of partners: the Tacoma Dome.

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08/01/17

College advocacy group adds South Sounders to board

Independent Colleges of Washington, the statewide service association of 10 private nonprofit colleges and universities, has announced the appointment of seven new board members — including some names from the South Sound.

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