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02/27/15

Three Thurston County health providers disciplined

Three Thurston County health care providers have been charged with unprofessional conduct, according to a report from the Washington State Department of Health.

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02/27/15

Public invited to discuss future of Tumwater Town Center

The Port of Olympia is inviting the public to engage in a conversation about the future of the Tumwater Town Center and New Market Industrial Campus real estate.

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02/27/15

Sound Transit sees record ridership in 2014

Sound Transit saw record ridership in 2014 with help from Sounder and Central Link Light Rail, but the Tacoma Link failed to meet its target for yearly boardings.

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02/26/15

10 accused of local bank frauds

Seven banks and credit unions in the South Sound were hit for almost $1 million in fraudulent withdrawals, and 10 defendants were accused in federal court this week with committing those crimes.

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02/26/15

New apartments open in Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor has gained a new $18 million luxury apartment community as Summit Tower is now open just off Kimball Drive. Just a week after gaining a certificate of occupancy, residents are already moving in.

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02/26/15

Inflation remains slight, earnings up

Thanks to the falling prices of gasoline, the government's measure of inflation for January continued to fall. The energy index is off the most among seven consecutive months of declines. Real average hourly earnings, on the other hand, rose 1.2 percent.

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02/26/15

New count of insured state residents

State residents without health insurance coverage drops after the recent Open Enrollment window, and most counties shared in the improvement.

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02/26/15

Tacoma City Council votes to begin Point Ruston annexation

In a 7-2 vote on Tuesday, the Tacoma City Council signaled that it is ready to talk about annexing Point Ruston so that the development can move forward.

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02/26/15

State exports set record in 2014

Export trade from Washington set a new record in 2014 of $90.6 billion, led by Transportation Equipment, Agricultural Products and Petroleum & Coal shipments. The federal government believes this data supports its move to expand trade agreements with other countries.

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02/26/15

Tacoma mayor vows to fix city streets

At the 2015 State of the City Address on Feb. 25, Mayor Marilyn Strickland said she would put forward a ballot measure that would spend $50 million per year for ten years, for a total of $500 million.

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02/26/15

Matlock Farm sold to two local farmers, county

In a $3 million deal brokered by Forterra, two farmers and Pierce County purchased the 153-acre Matlock Farm, preventing it from being developed into housing units.

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02/25/15

State tech firms going to Spain

Representatives from 18 Washington-based companies in the mobile technologies sector will be in Barcelona, Spain, for the Mobile World Congress.

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02/25/15

Pierce County residents die 6 years earlier

A community effort to improve health care conditions in Pierce County heard that, statistically, residents of King County will live six years longer than those who live just South of them.

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02/25/15

Tourism $$ available in FW

The City of Federal Way is inviting requests for funding from event organizers or promoters that expect to bring additional visitors to the city this summer.

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02/25/15

Industrial growth in Lakewood

Contractors are working to add more than 330,000-sq.ft. in warehouse and industrial buildings to Lakewood Industrial Park.

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02/24/15

Ex-bookkeeper arrested for defrauding Tacoma thrift stores

The former bookkeeper for the St. Vincent de Paul Society Stores of Tacoma was arrested yesterday afternoon for embezzling from the organization.

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02/24/15

Kitsap Bank reports 21 percent earnings jump

Kitsap Bank reported a 21 percent increase in earnings for 2014, with a net income of $6.9 million compared to $5.7 million one year ago.

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02/24/15

Muckleshoot Casino reaches out to Vietnamese customer base

Muckleshoot Casino in Auburn is using targeted advertising to court the sizeable Vietnamese population in western Washington in an effort to attract more customers to its gaming facilities.

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02/23/15

T-Mobile cybersecurity official to keynote South Sound Tech Fair

Bill Boni, vice president of information security at telecommunications giant T-Mobile USA, will keynote the 2015 South Sound Technology Fair, set for Friday, March 6 at University of Washington Tacoma.

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02/23/15

Tacoma's NWH acquires Ohio-based company

Northwest Hardwoods Inc., headquartered in Tacoma, has completed the acquisition of Industrial Timber & Lumber Company, based in Beachwood, Ohio.

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02/23/15

Annual Highline health care job fair March 4

Nineteen regional employers will participate in a health care job fair at Highline College on Wednesday, March 4.

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02/20/15

ILWU, PMA reach tentative agreement

After nine months of negotiations, the Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union finally announced a tentative labor agreement over the weekend.

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02/20/15

State revenue forecast up slightly

The Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council released its quarterly revenue forecast for the state today, with a general fund-state increase of $107 million forecast for the current 2013-15 biennium, compared to the previous forecast in November.

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02/20/15

Kent biz leaders visit Olympia to advocate for priorities

A visit to state Sen. Joe Fain, R-47th Dist., was on the agenda yesterday when a group of Kent's business and civic leaders visited Olympia to push for the city's economic and legislative priorities.

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02/20/15

Sound Physicians signs lease for Umpqua Bank Building

Sound Physicians has signed an 11-year lease with the Umpqua Bank Building in the Central Business District in downtown Tacoma.

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02/20/15

Construction to start on New Tacoma Senior Apartments

Next week, Mercy Housing Northwest will be starting construction on phase two of its affordable housing community, New Tacoma Senior Apartments.

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02/20/15

Transportation package inches closer to Senate vote

The $15 billion bipartisan Senate transportation revenue plan was endorsed by the Senate Transportation Committee on Thursday, pushing the bill closer to a full Senate vote.

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02/19/15

CBRE reports on port slowdown's supply chain impact

Los Angeles-based CBRE Group, Inc., is the latest to lend its voice to the outcry against the continuing labor slowdown at West Coast ports, including the ports of Tacoma and Seattle.

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02/19/15

Survey: Thurston businesses split on plastic bag ban

Six months into Thurston County's plastic ban, things are looking a little less, well, plastic-y. Approximately 3 percent of residents reported carrying out their purchases in single-use plastic bags, according to a survey conducted by the Thurston County Solid Waste Division. Before the ban, that number was 63 percent. Use of reusable bags has gone from 20 percent to 53 percent. Forty-six percent of residents and 51 percent of businesses that took the survey feel that the ban should be kept in place or expanded to other jurisdictions. Nearly 30 percent of businesses responded that customers are not spending as much as they were before the plastic bag ban took effect. Over 7,300 residents — but only 65 businesses — participated in the survey. The Solid Waste...

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02/19/15

Pierce County businesses recognized for storm water management

When it comes to storm water management, 14 Pierce County businesses and homeowner associations have stepped up to the plate.

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02/19/15

Small Cities/Big Opportunity, speaker says

Suburbs and the South Sound are in the 'sweet spot' of geographic and demographic trends within American society, according to nationally syndicated columnist Joel Kotkin. He spoke to a symposium at UWT today.

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02/18/15

California taco chain to open three Tacoma locations

California-based Chronic Tacos has signed a multi-unit franchise agreement for three Tacoma area restaurants, with the opportunity for 12 additional locations in the state.

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02/18/15

June completion date estimated for Federal Way Ulta

Illinois-based cosmetics brand Ulta will be opening a store in Federal Way this spring, with construction already under way on a building along the city's main downtown thoroughfare.

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02/18/15

Pierce Co. council OKs new general services building

Pierce County will officially consolidate 19 of its departments and divisions under one roof, after construction of a new general services building was approved by the County Council 4-3 on Tuesday evening.

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02/18/15

Container volumes continue to fall at ports

The ports of Tacoma and Seattle continued to see container volumes fall in January, according to the latest monthly report.

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02/17/15

Union members rally in Tacoma to protest 'fast track' bill

Over 70 people gathered for a rally to protest "fast tracking" trade authority at Fireman's Park in Tacoma this afternoon.

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02/17/15

Ex-restaurant owner charged with benefit theft

A Spanaway woman has been charged with stealing more than $56,000 in injured worker benefits while operating a barbecue eatery.

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02/17/15

Small Business Administration head visiting Tacoma

U.S. Small Business Administration head Maria Contreras-Sweet will be visiting Tacoma tomorrow to discuss the benefits of international trade with small businesses in the area.

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02/17/15

Four South Sound businesses slapped with environmental fines

Four South Sound businesses were issued penalties of $1,000 or more by the Washington Department of Ecology in the fourth quarter of 2014.

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02/17/15

Tacoma to look at permanent pot code

An ordinance that would establish permanent land use regulations concerning the production, processing and retail sale of recreational marijuana is up for a final reading at the Tacoma City Council tonight.

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02/16/15

Carbonado partners with business licensing service

The town of Carbonado in Pierce County has joined the state's business licensing service.

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02/16/15

Healthplanfinder closes with enrollment surge

Nearly 160,000 Washington residents have enrolled in a qualified health plan through the close of open enrollment on Feb. 15, the Washington Health Benefit Exchange has announced, with a surge of visits flooding the Healthplanfinder website last weekend.

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02/16/15

Narrows Marina named 'Marina of the Year'

An industry publication has named Narrows Marina in Tacoma the Marina of the Year.

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02/16/15

Harrison, Regence agree to new deal

Harrison Medical Center, which serves patients in North Mason as well as Kitsap, Clallam and Jefferson Counties, has announced a new contract providing Regence BlueShield members access to all local health care services at the facility at in-network rates.

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02/16/15

Public hearing scheduled for senate transportation package

People will have a chance to comment on the Washington State Senate transportation package presented at a public hearing on Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 3:30 p.m, in Senate Hearing Room 1.

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02/13/15

Inslee looks to regulate, tax e-cigarettes

Yesterday, Gov. Jay Inslee released a report showing that 8th and 10th grade students in Washington were using electronic cigarettes more than twice the rate than normal tobacco cigarettes.

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02/13/15

Taxable retail sales up in Washington, Pierce County

According to a release from the Washington State Department of Revenue, the state’s taxable retail sales increased to $33.25 billion for the third quarter of 2014, up by 7.3 percent over the same period in 2013.

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02/13/15

Federal Way dentist suspended on safety concerns

The state's Dental Commission has immediately suspended the credential of Federal Way dentist Cynthia Leu-Yeh based on concerns about her ability to practice with reasonable skill and safety.

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02/13/15

Company with ties to Madigan settles with government

A North Carolina medical equipment company with ties to Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma has settled claims that it improperly sought to sway military physicians to surgically implant its devices in patients.

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At Amazon fulfillment center in DuPont, robots do the work

02/13/15

At Amazon fulfillment center in DuPont, robots do the work

A peek inside the new, one-million square-foot Amazon Fulfillment Center in DuPont offers a glimpse at what the future might look like. Yes, there are robots.

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02/12/15

Senate presents transport revenue package, includes 167

Senate transportation leadership presented a bipartisan plan for a $15 billion statewide transportation revenue package today — one that includes, to the jubilation of the local business community, $1.9 billion to complete S.R. 167.

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02/12/15

Goodwill opening Olympia outlet store

Goodwill Olympics and Rainier Region will be opening up a new 29,000 sq. ft. outlet store and recycling center in Olympia on Feb. 19.

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02/12/15

Tacoma Narrows toll increase to be discussed next week

The Washington State Transportation Commission will review the Tacoma Narrows Bridge financial plan and consider traffic and revenue data, along with several tolling scenarios developed by the Washington State Department of Transportation's Tolling Division.

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02/12/15

Application submitted for new apartments in downtown Olympia

An land use application has been submitted for a 36-unit apartment building, called 321 Lofts, in downtown Olympia.

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02/12/15

PMA suspends vessel operations for weekend

The PMA is suspending premium-pay weekend and holiday vessel operations today (Thursday, Feb. 12) and Saturday through Monday (Feb. 14 through Feb. 16).

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02/11/15

State tax receipts top forecast

More new jobs than expected and other 'positives' in the state's economy grew Washington general tax collections above those forecast just last November. Legislators will appreciate the added $53.8 million in revenue, but it won't solve their billion-dollar budget problem.

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02/11/15

Local health care providers disciplined

A pair of South Sound health care providers have been disciplined for on-the-job violations, the Washington State Department of Health announced today.

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02/11/15

Lynnae's founder on Chick-fil-A opportunity: 'The right fit'

Lynnae Schneller, announced yesterday as the owner of the new Chick-fil-A restaurant in Tacoma, said that her decision to enter the franchise fray came about rather quickly at the end of last year.

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02/11/15

Timetable for Haggen stores in South Sound

Bellingham-based grocery chain Haggen has set a timetable for the conversion of former Safeway and Albertsons locations in the South Sound into stores operating under the Haggen banner.

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02/11/15

Morphotrak to leave the South Sound

Federal Way is losing another corporate presence with MorphoTrak's announcement that it will consolidate West Coast operations to its California facility.

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02/10/15

Supervalu agrees to pollution sanctions

Federal pollution enforcement actions against Supervalu, a major food distribution warehouser in Tacoma and Auburn, resulted in a $120,000 penalty announced yesterday.

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02/10/15

Tourism funding is topic Thursday

Washington state tourism advocates bring their legions to the state capital on Thursday, seeking to reconnect state government with a significant industry sector and thousands of jobs.

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02/10/15

Small businesses to state capital

Small business owners from around Washington will be in Olympia on Wednesday to carry their concerns to members of the state legislature.

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02/10/15

Norway's king coming to PLU

The king of Norway will visit Pacific Lutheran University in late May to provide the commencement speech and receive an honorary degree. He will also celebrate the 125th anniversary of the founding of the school.

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'Financial Executives of the Year' named

02/10/15

'Financial Executives of the Year' named

Earlier today, three South Sound financial executives were honored for their exceptional senior leadership at 2015 Financial Executives of the Year event, produced by Business Examiner Media Group.

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02/09/15

Ten South Sound RadioShack stores could close

Ten RadioShack stores in the South Sound could be closing down, according to a "Potential Closure List" released by the company.

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02/09/15

Gas prices move back up in Tacoma

Gas prices are climbing back up in the Tacoma area. The current average price sits at $2.31 per gallon, which is up from $2.17 just a week ago, according to AAA. The price is still slightly lower than a month ago, which saw an average of $2.42 per gallon. This ends a record streak in which national gas prices declined for 123 consecutive days. AAA says customers should expect gas prices to continue trending upward, though Spokesman Avery Ash notes that its normal to see an uptick this time of year. "It is a good bet that most drivers will pay more for gasoline in March than today," Ash said. "Yet even if gas prices increase as expected, drivers should continue paying at least a dollar less on gasoline than what they spent in recent years during the spring."

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02/09/15

Pierce Co. chiropractor's license placed on probation

State health officials have finalized the disciplinary case against Pierce County chiropractor Dale Clark by placing his license on probation for at least two years.

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02/09/15

ABRA Auto Body acquires six South Sound locations

Six Barrett's Collision Centers in the South Sound have been acquired by Minnesota-based ABRA Auto Body and Glass.

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02/09/15

Port of Tacoma resumes vessel loading after shutdown

The seven ships that sat unserviced at Port of Tacoma over the weekend were finally being worked on as of this afternoon, but six other ships are now being kept waiting by the backlog.

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02/09/15

Stephanie Cisakowski, Financial Exec finalist

An infectious enthusiasm for the mission, plus professional acumen as CFO for Bellarmine Preparatory School combine to make Stephanie Cisakowski a worthy finalist for 2015 Financial Executive of the Year.

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02/06/15

Kent company disciplined by insurance commissioner

The office of Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has announced that the license of Kent insurance agency Bowen Scarff Ford Sales Inc. will not be renewed or reissued due to the violation of state insurance regulations.

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02/06/15

Port of Tacoma approves APM lease extension

In an attempt to maintain container business, the Port of Tacoma Commission approved an addendum that would provide a lease extension for APM Terminals.

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02/06/15

TrueBlue posts record annual revenue in 2014

TrueBlue reported record annual revenue of $2.2 billion in 2014, according to end of year financial results, showing an increase of 30 percent from 2013.

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02/06/15

PMA announces weekend port shutdown

Fears of a shutdown among 29 West Coast ports have turned into a reality, as the Pacific Maritime Association announced today that weekend vessel loading and unloading operations will be temporarily suspended this weekend.

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02/06/15

Nita Earsley, Financial Executive finalist

Nita Earsley is described as "an accountant with heart" by her nominator for Financial Executive of the Year. And that high compliment is substantiated by an extensive list of duties at FISH Food Banks, the small nonprofit agency where she has been since 2013.

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02/05/15

Pierce home sales up in January

Pierce County combined home and condominium sales are showing an uptick in year-over-year activity for the month of January.

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02/05/15

PMA makes contract offer, threatens port shutdown

The Pacific Maritime Association has made an offer to the International Longshore and Warehouse Workers Union, but if it isn't accepted soon, a port shutdown could be imminent.

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02/05/15

Apple industry loses $70 million in port snags

The Washington apple and pear industry has lost an estimated $70 million as a result of the port slowdown, according to numbers from the Northwest Horticulture Council.

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02/05/15

Alan Erola, Financial Exec finalist

Greater Lakes Mental Health's leadership is extremely grateful for the detailed fiscal analysis provided by CFO Alan Erola. "Anything that can be measured, is measured." And that's why he's a finalist for 2015 Financial Executive of the Year.

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02/04/15

Madigan gets $1 million Army research grant

Researchers at Madigan Army Medical Center will soon start studying new ways to address chronic pain, thanks to a $1 million, three-year research grant from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command.

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02/04/15

Tacoma Public Utilities named tops for business

Tacoma Public Utilities has been named a top utility provider when it comes to business customer satisfaction.

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02/04/15

Brett Freshwaters, Financial Exec finalist

Financial Executive of the Year finalist Brett Freshwaters has held CFO responsibility at Metro Parks Tacoma for 7+ years, and it's been a challenging time for the agency supported by variable tax collections, with an ambitious capital construction schedule.

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02/04/15

Tacoma delays vote on Point Ruston

Members of Tacoma City Council have voted to delay a decision on possible annexation of the Town of Ruston's portion of the $1.2 billion Point Ruston project until later this month.

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02/04/15

Steve Gray, Financial Executive finalist

Steve Gray is charged with fiscal and financial oversight of a 100+ year-old family business in an evolving industry sector. Success is evident at the company moves into its fourth generation supplying the materials needed by those throughout the region that area building structures for the next century.

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02/03/15

Port considering upgrades to take on bigger ships

This Thursday, Port of Tacoma Commissioners will hear a request to demolish about 1,000 feet of the existing wharf and removing contaminated material at Pier 4 on the Blair Waterway.

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02/03/15

Tacoma, Ruston councils to talk Point Ruston annexation

A public hearing is set for the Tacoma City Council meeting to consider whether Point Ruston should be annexed into the city of Tacoma. Developers of the $1.2 billion residential and retail project are requesting annexation after experiencing frustrations with the city of Ruston’s permitting process.

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02/03/15

Tacoma Link expansion included in president's budget

In his fiscal year 2016 budget proposal, President Barack Obama included $75 million in Small Starts federal funding for extending the Tacoma Link light rail line.

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02/03/15

David Hoffman, Financial Exec finalist

CFO David Hoffman of Tacoma Lutheran Retirement Community is just five years into a new industry sector, but adapting really well, according to his executive team leader. His ability to share complicated financial information so it can be understood by others mark him as a finalist for Financial Executive of the Year.

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02/02/15

Business plan presented for proposed Pierce County building

A development and lease agreement has been negotiated for the proposed Pierce County general services building that, if approved, would consolidate 19 departments into one new facility.

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02/02/15

Healthcare affordability still tough

Small business owners and self-employed entrepreneurs continue to struggle to meet the costs of health care coverage for themselves and their employees, according to a survey released today.

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02/02/15

Cliff Jo, Financial Executive finalist

A transfer from Computer Science and IT, Clifford Jo has for the past decade been Director of Finance & Business Operations for Pierce County Library System. His top performance makes his a finalist for 2015 Financial Executive of the Year.

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02/02/15

MultiCare exec’s keynote confirmed

MultiCare CEO Bill Robertson, who began with a degree in accounting and worked as a CPA before moving into healthcare system management, will keynote the 2015 Financial Executives of the Year luncheon on Feb. 10.

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02/02/15

‘Morning after’ blues are costly

Super Bowl fever blocks $1.17 billion of worker productivity, according to global personnel consultancy. Probably even more as 'Legions' contemplate the 'Doom.'

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