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From the Washington Department of Revenue: Friday Aug. 3 the Washington Department of Revenue announced it will require some out-of-state retailers to begin collecting sales… Continue reading
The massive Berkeley Pit in Butte, Mont., is one of the world’s largest superfund sites and has been described as a giant sink filling with… Continue reading
Last week, Seattle’s City Council did an “about face” revoking the onerous corporate head tax it unanimously enacted less than one month ago. Its city… Continue reading
While much of the media buzz over declining salmon runs focuses on dam removal and predation by sea lions and cormorants, the U.S. Supreme Court… Continue reading
While corporate headquarters moves are problematic, closures, businesses deciding to build elsewhere, and people losing their jobs are much more harmful.
“The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten.”
Local couple opens first U.S. location of Canadian restaurant.
This year’s con will be held in September at Hotel Interurban.
“It is no longer just a rural issue.”
The donation was to commemorate the career of retired president, CEO and former vice chairman Ray Conner.
“How many of you have turned off your television and radio because commentators keep yelling at and over one another?”
Why is there a shortage of skilled craft workers? One reason, we’ve tended to look down on those jobs.
The grand opening celebration will be held 10 a.m. at the new store location, 15279 Maple Valley Hwy, Suite 600.
The hotel is the tallest building in Tukwila at 19 stories high.
The program is a partnership between the cities of Renton, Bellevue, Issaquah, Kirkland, Redmond and the Port of Seattle.
“Avoiding that possibility should be our primary goal.”
Popular family-owned burger joint expected to open in October on West Hill.
Teachers will be awarded $500 to use toward school supplies as part of the annual Teacher of the Year program.
“Just as Alamo visitors often overlook important parts of history, Washington can benefit from a more complete look at the benefits of irrigated agriculture.”
Bohart’s replacement, LeAnne Moss, is set to take over April 2.