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“Americans’ record-breaking charitable giving in 2017 demonstrates that even in divisive times our commitment to philanthropy is solid.”
According to a recent article in the Tri-Cities Herald, the first phase of the demonstration project, grouting three gallons of waste held in Hanford’s underground tanks was successfully completed last December.
With worldwide demand for copper soaring and there is new pressure to open new mines, expand existing ones, and add ore processing capacity — all of which have serious associated environmental challenges.
General Electric, once the world’s most valuable company, has been topped by Walgreens.
Featuring an eclectic mix of merchandise, partners Tori Ammons and Melissa Oglesbee have opened Nothing Fancy by Black Bear Outpost. The heart-of-downtown-Enumclaw shop opened June… Continue reading
In April, the U.S. Labor Dept. reported a record high 844,000 unfilled positions in the hospitality industry — which is one out of eight jobs available today.
Cole St. now has a new fudge and bakery shop.
Sometimes, being a good role model is a good business decision, too.
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
Too much money is spent in court where it should go to increasing the salmon population
250,000 tons of straw will soon be pulped for paper products.
Seattle’s going to have a hard time battling the “anti-business” label.
Gary Sinise formed the “Lt. Dan Band” in early 2004 and they began entertaining troops serving at home and abroad. Sinise often raised the money to pay the band and fund its travel.
Bordeaux Wine Bar is scheduled to be open Wednesdays through Sundays.
There were over 21,000 people homeless in Washington State last year.
Last year, wildfires nationwide consumed 12,550 square miles, an area larger than Maryland.
Known as blue collar jobs, they routinely pay $45,000 to $65,000 a year or more.
The cost of regulations is a key American competitiveness issue. It is a major reason our companies re-locate to other countries and our manufacturers and farmers have difficulties competing internationally.
What is happening in California with water allocation disputes is a harbinger of what is to come in our state as well.