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Archive »South Sound News

Former CFO sentenced to prison

A CFO in a healthcare plan heads for federal prison, following his sentencing today in an embezzlement scheme that cost his employer more than $631,000.

New USAF commander coming to McChord

The main active Air Force flying unit at JBLM is gaining a new commanding officer next month, and she will a 'first' in the position.

‘Warriors’ shooting under the sun

Army troops and their units from JBLM are deployed to a firing range in central Washington this weekend to practice their war-fighting skills under the blazing sun.

Kitsap Bank wins marketing plaudits

A local South Sound-based community bank has again earned marketing awards in a Seattle competition.

2017 Finalists for Financial Execs

More than 150 attendees and supporters of the 14 finalists for 2017 South Sound Financial Executive of the Year will be attending the Wednesday recognition luncheon on Wednesday. Read more about all these remarkable fiscal experts here.

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Archive »National-World News

Many more pilots needed

Annual forecast from Boeing shows even more pilots will be needed in the next 20 years.

Senate gridlock dims small biz spirits

Small employers discouraged by lack of progress in Congress on revisions to Obamacare and tax laws, updated index shows.

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Archive »State News

Some chambers OK family leave law

Local business representatives are expressing approval of a new state law mandating paid family leave for most employees in Washington.

‘Warriors’ shooting under the sun

Army troops and their units from JBLM are deployed to a firing range in central Washington this weekend to practice their war-fighting skills under the blazing sun.

UPRR to invest east of Cascades

A leading rail carrier of cargo destined to and from South Sound ports announced its investment plans for the state today. The spending will all be in wheat county of Eastern Washington.

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Archive »Regional News

Strong borrowing lifts HomeStreet results

Weaker demand for residential mortgages, because of the tight supply situation, impacted quarterly earnings for HomeStreet Inc., corporate parent to HomeStreet Bank.

Robbins will serve Oregon, too

The statewide trade association for financial institutions in Oregon has named the CEO of Tacoma's Columbia Bank as its chair-elect.

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