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‘Triple bottom-line’ brings $20k prize

‘Triple bottom-line’ brings $20k prize

Among 16 semi-finalists in an annual small business competition called 'edg3 FUND' was a family-owned restaurant with special emphasis on providing a menu sensitive to food allergies. It won the $20,000 prize.

Fines levied for industrial death

Unsafe removal of a guardrail on an elevated work platform where a worker fell to his death has brought fines to the Aberdeen lumber mill operated by Sierra Pacific Industries.

Philanthropy to be recognized

South Sound leaders will recognize leaders in philanthropy at a luncheon next week, celebrating efforts to support the community through its non-profit organizations.

State tax breaks may help land HQ2

While state lawmakers and even the governor did not make any special provisions to entice Amazon to build its second headquarters in Washington, there are some existing benefits that might apply.

South Sound proposal goes to Amazon

South Sound proposal goes to Amazon

Seattle-based Amazon invited hundreds of other communities in early September to make their case for a second corporate headquarters, promising a $5 billion construction budget and 50,000 new jobs.

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5 days until ShopSmall day

5 days until ShopSmall day

This coming Saturday will be national ShopSmall Day, a promotional observance that points to the significance of small employer companies within local and regional marketplaces.

U.S. to fund 5 new FedWay cops

Federal government investments in local community policing efforts will bring five additional officers to the streets and neighborhoods of Federal Way for the next three years.

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Archive »State News

Ex-Seahawk Sam Adams exonerated

A former high-profile professional sports star, who was accused of business offenses almost three years ago, today heard a representative of the state Attorney General's Office apologize for bringing the charges.

Vehicle sales up, manufacturing weaker

State government's report on monthly economic trends has mostly good news for October, with certain sectors showing higher sales and employment, while tax collections continue above the forecasts.

New state health leader named

The largest purchaser of health care benefits in the state of Washington is gaining a new leader to start 2018.

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Wind outages reported, more expected

A vigorous wind storm is blowing through the South Sound at this time, with power outages already reported and more expected into this evening.

Caring for storm-impacted pets

Animal-loving consumers in the South Sound and greater Puget Sound market are opening their wallets to help feed cats and dogs impacted by Gulf Coast hurricanes.

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